Good Posture

The Importance of Posture and How Physical Therapy Can Help

By: Marie Serrado

“Stand up, Straight” “Don’t Slouch” are timeless pieces of advice we’ve all heard. Having a good
posture is vital for everyone. Good posture is essential for maintaining a healthy body and mind.
It involves aligning your body in a way that places the least amount of strain on your muscles,

Whiplash and Wellness: Chiropractic Insights on Auto Injuries

By: Dean Lombardo, DC

What happens during impact:

Being in a car accident often results in injuries that cause lingering pain, stiffness, headaches, and reduced mobility. Immediately after the collision when minutes, hours, and days are critical to how the body heals. Finally, there are long-term effects that can last a lifetime for some people.

Migraine

Can Chiropractors help with migraines?

By: Dr. Dean Lombardo DC

9 out of 10 Americans suffer from headaches. Some are occasional, some frequent, some are dull and throbbing,  some cause debilitating pain and nausea​. What do you do when you suffer from headaches?​ Do you grit your teeth? Lie down? Pop Pills? Is there a better Alternative?

Heart Awareness Month

Heart Health Awareness Month: Integrating Cardiovascular Exercise into Physical Therapy

By: Marie Serrado

February isn’t just about chocolates and flowers, it’s also American Heart Awareness Month. As we celebrate matters of the heart, let’s delve into the significance of cardiovascular exercise in the realm of physical therapy. Integrating heart-healthy activities into your routine can bring benefits, not only for cardiovascular health but for overall well-being.

Chiropractic

Why Women need Chiropractic Care

By: Dr. Dean Lombardo

What is chiropractic? Chiropractic care centers around the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the neuro-musculoskeletal system disorders. Chiropractic focuses on the relationship between structure (movement of the spine) and function (coordinated by the nervous system and how this relationship affects health).

The primary lesion addressed in chiropractic is intersegmental dysfunction within the spinal column. 

Physical Therapy During Pregnancy

How Physical Therapy Can Help Moms with Pregnancy and Childbirth

By: Marie Serrado

Both pregnancy and childbirth can take a toll on a woman’s body, especially for first-time
mothers. Carrying a baby, picking up toys, to even doing laundry can be a physically demanding
experience, but physical therapy can help play a key role in helping moms regain their strength
and mobility.

Luz Maria Palacio

Meet Luz Maria Palacio, OT

In this video, we’re excited to introduce you on of our dedicated Occupational Therapist, Luz Maria Palacio.

Discover the essential role an occupational therapist plays in improving the lives of individuals facing various challenges. Learn about Luz Marias experience, expertise, and compassionate approach to helping people regain independence and live their best lives.

Physical Therapy and Aging

The Benefits of Physical Therapy of Older Adults

By: Marie Serrado

As we age, it is natural to experience a decline in mobility, function, and overall quality of life. However, physical therapy becomes a vital component of seniors’ lives, as it empowers them to overcome challenges and obstacles associated with aging. This blog will explore the wide-ranging benefits of physical therapy for older adults.

Safeguarding Your Pickleball Game: Common Injuries and Prevention Tips

By Marie Serrado

Pickleball has become the fastest rising popular sport. Pickleball combines elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis. While it’s a fun and engaging activity for players of all ages, it’s important to be aware of potential injuries that can arise from the fast-paced nature of the game. In this blog we will explore some common pickleball injuries and share tips on how to prevent any injuries on the court.

Knee Pain in Cyclists

By Marie Serrado
Most Cyclists- from beginners to pros will experience some form of knee pain during their riding career. Knee pain is a common complaint among cyclists, both beginners and seasoned riders alike. Whether you’re a road cyclist, mountain biker, or a casual rider, the repetitive motion of pedaling can take a toll on your knees.

Embrace Movement! Celebrating National Physical Therapy Month in October

By: Marie Serrado

Every October, we celebrate National Physical Therapy Month. This month-long celebration recognizes the invaluable contributions of physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, and their commitment to helping individuals restore and improve their mobility, function, and overall quality of life. It also gives us the opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of Physical Therapy but also the importance of physical activity and the roles our PTs and PTAs do for our community.

Posture and Dowager Hump

By: Dr. Louise Bullard

Poor posture becoming a worsening problem?  Dowager’s hump is an excessive curvature of the spine. Usually, this occurs in the upper back. Often it is also simply called kyphosis, which is a forward curvature of the spine. Like many people with busy lifestyles, posture seems to take a back burner. 

Understanding Sciatica: Causes, types, and Treatment Options

By: Marie Serrado  

Ever felt a tingling, numbness, or weakness which travels down your leg? You might be dealing with Sciatica. Sciatica is pain that travels along the path of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve travels from the lower back through the hips and buttocks and down each leg. In this article,

START TYPING AND PRESS ENTER TO SEARCH