The Key to Staying in the Game

Whether you’re aiming to excel on the court, field, or track, sports can be your gateway to achieving personal goals and building lifelong connections. But that winning feeling can be sidelined by injury. Whether you are a seasoned pro or a newbie, read on to find out how to stay and play.

Transforming Lives and Spaces: The Dynamic Impact of Occupational Therapy

Imagine suddenly finding it challenging to grab a cup of coffee, button your shirt, or turn a doorknob. For many, these common tasks become everyday obstacles. April is National Occupational Therapy Month, and it’s the perfect time to spotlight the critical role that occupational therapists play in helping individuals navigate these challenges. 

What You Knead to Know about Massage Therapy

Imagine a moment of pure relaxation where your stress dissolves as quickly as ice on a sunny day. That’s the power of a good massage, but it is more than just a gateway to relaxation. It’s a journey to wellness, offering a myriad of health benefits that go beyond the serene imagery of spa rooms and aromatic oils.

Relieve Arthritis Pain with the Power of Physical Therapy

In 1996, September 8th was designated as World PT Day. Each year on this date, physical therapists unite in solidarity to recognize the work they do with patients and in their communities. Using this day as an opportunity for advocacy, this year’s theme focused on arthritis prevention and management.

Cancer Rehabilitation: Maintaining and Restoring Physical Wellbeing

From diagnosis and treatment through recovery, physical therapy rehabilitation has proven to be an effective method for maintaining and restoring physical well-being. Consulting with a Physical Therapist can help you reclaim your quality of life before, during, and after cancer treatment.

Spreading Stroke Awareness: Signs, Prevention, and Recovery

Stroke is a leading cause of serious long-term disability, affecting more than 795,000 people in the United States every year. Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke and every 3 minutes and 14 seconds, someone dies of a stroke. Stroke awareness and education are vital to prevention and recognition of this debilitating condition.