If you haven’t heard of pickleball, you might be behind the times. According to the Sports & Fitness Industry Association, pickleball was the fastest-growing sport in the United States from 2019 to 2021 with an estimated 5 million people playing it. Pickleball offers a great workout, great community and great fun. Read on to find […]
(used with permission from the APTA Private Practice Section)   You might be wondering who would keep an injury secret. The answer is – lots of people! The first thing that comes to your mind might be an athlete, like a football player, or maybe a baseball pitcher. But athletes aren’t the only ones that […]
(used with permission from the APTA Private Practice Section) Nobody is going to be surprised to hear that Physical Therapists work with muscles. But we bet a lot of people would be surprised to learn that the muscles inside your pelvis are included. While the pelvic muscles don’t get as much attention as the biceps […]
Written by John Donovan, PT, DPT One of the things about being a physical therapist I enjoy is the daily variety it brings. After all, no injury is exactly like another. However, there are some consistencies. For example, almost everyday, I hear the phrase “No pain, no gain.” There is certainly a time and a […]
(Used with permission from the American Physical Therapy Association Private Practice Section) WHAT EXACTLY IS ARTHRITIS? Arthritis is a chronic condition that causes inflammation of the joints. It can cause pain, stiffness, and swelling. The hips, knees, hands, and spine are the most commonly affected joints. Arthritis is not a single disease but an umbrella […]
Written by Jeff Eisel, PT, DPT, TPI level 1 Certified What are your golf goals for this year?   Lower handicap? Longer off the tee? Tame the slice? Limit Shanks? More consistent ball striking?   Creating clarity in where you are now and where you want to be this year, next year, in 5-10 years […]