I always see posts like this on other blogs that I read, and I thought it would be fun to bring it to my own blog. Enjoy! Why did you become a physical therapist? I knew I wanted to be in healthcare
February celebrates the heart! From Valentine’s Day to being recognized as Heart Month, matters of the heart are quite important this time of year. Check out the below infograph from Runtastic, which offers some fun statistics about health, fitness and relationships.
Having trouble making it to the bathroom or having pain during pregnancy, intercourse, or while emptying your bladder can indicate that you may have pelvic floor dysfunction. Understanding what this condition means is the first step, and can open the door to
After pondering and researching Crossfit for a couple months I decided to take the plunge and join my local box, Crossfit 817 . I am so happy I made this decision as the workouts are unlike any other program in which I have participated. Most
I am very grateful to Carol Doeringer, lymphedema patient and advocate, who submitted this interesting and very insightful contribution on the risk factors contributing to breast cancer related lymphedema. The material is excerpted from a self-study course Carol has developed with the support
It is true! It is possible to regain full control of your bladder without using medications or having surgery. A little leakage with a cough or sneeze or on the way to the bathroom with a full bladder is thought of as
In today’s fast-paced world filled with long work days and busy social schedules, it can be really hard to make time for one of the most important things for your health: sleep. This week, we celebrate National Sleep Awareness Week to improve
In response to a strong need from our clients, we are starting a weekly gentle/restorative yoga class taught by seasoned yoga instructor, Susan Rainey. What is restorative yoga? It is completely different than traditional yoga classes, which focus on pose after pose. Restorative
Nearly two in three of all pregnant women will have diastasis rectus abdominis, which is more commonly referred to as ab separation. Interestingly, it is also quite common among newborns, but it goes away on its own. What does “ab separation” mean?
Thank you for everyone who joined us to celebrate the grand opening of our new location a few weeks ago. Whether you were able to attend or not, we appreciate everyone’s support the past few years as you’ve helped to grow Beyond