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Over 60? Check your Lower Body Strength today!

https://youtu.be/36WtYhON_7I   Over 60? Test your lower body strength. Functional strength is paramount as we age, especially over the age of 60. For mature adults to maintain independence, lower body strength is needed for carrying groceries, doing laundry, carrying things up and down stairs, getting up and down off the floor, etc. But how

Difficulty sleeping? Try a Body Scan Meditation before bed

If I see a client in the clinic that has complaints of chronic muscle tightness and pain, one of the first questions I ask is "how well do you sleep at night?" If they have trouble with consistently getting quality sleep, that becomes an area of emphasis. Poor sleep can contribute to weight gain, poor

3 signs of a Frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis

Photo by Jesper Aggergaard on Unsplash Establishing the correct diagnosis of your shoulder pain is critical for the optimal plan of care.  Common shoulder disorders include rotator cuff pathology, sub acromial impingement, adhesive capsulitis, and bicipital tendonitis. In this blog, we will be discussing the signs of a Frozen shoulder, also known as 

By |July 14th, 2020|shoulder pain|

Osteoporosis treatment starts in adolescence.

Think bone health at an early age Osteoporosis is a pediatric disease with geriatric consequences. Osteoporosis, a condition where bones become brittle and porous, effects over 10 million Americans. Another 40 million have low bone mass density.  It usually effects adults over the age of 50, women more than men.  However, we reach

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