When the Weather Gets Cold, Don’t Forget to Warm Up!
Colder weather means some changes to how we exercise. Of course, it’s harder to motivate yourself to go for a run or bike ride when the temperature drops. But this isn’t to say that you shouldn’t be active outdoors in the cold, it just means you may have to make a few changes to your routine.
Developing Physical Awareness
No matter how you’re doing during these times, now is as good a time as any to be physically aware of what you’re doing and how you’re doing it.
Adapting to Change in a Pandemic
Here are a few tips that Psychologist Carisa Parrish suggests in order to make it easier to safely make it through this pandemic.
Five Tips to Reduce Pandemic Fatigue
Six months after the onset of COVID-19 in the United States and the end is nowhere in sight. You may be feeling edgy or nervous, having trouble sleeping or focusing or lack motivation. Know that you are not alone. Here are some tips to help you cope.
Why You Need a Physical Therapist on Your Healthcare Team
With health in sharp focus as a result of the pandemic, now may be a good time to look at the team of experts you have in place and see if there are any improvements you could make.
Can Standing a Certain Way Cause a Muscle Imbalance?
Have you ever thought about how much time you spend on one leg throughout the day? Whether walking, running or standing, spending an equal amount of time on each leg is important to maintaining proper muscle balance.
Physical Therapy: A Cost-Effective Method of Treatment for Pain
Achy joints, stiff neck, back pain, creaky knees… sound familiar? If you are experiencing any of these bodily sensations, you are not alone.
Lyme Disease: How to avoid it and how we can help treat it
Last year, my family and I moved to a beautiful patch of woods in Lititz, PA. It is very scenic and my twin daughters love playing in nature. However, there is an unseen danger lurking out there that we all need to be aware of…ticks!
Blood flow Restriction Training (BFRT)
Blood flow restriction training is becoming more popular in the training and rehabilitation world. It is a very useful technique that helps patients recover faster and more efficiently, especially for those who are limited in lifting heavier weights.
A Stay at Home Start Up Workout for Beginners
Written by Aaron Brustad
As we all spend more time at home during this pandemic, it is more important than ever to stay active to ensure our health and wellness. While we all may be feeling a bit stir crazy throughout this time, what better time to get started with some activities at home?