Pain and injuries are never planned and if you are experiencing this you may be unsure about if seeking physical or occupational therapy treatment is
Sleep is important for both physical and mental health. The CDC reports that 1/3 of U.S. adults get less than the recommended amount of sleep.
In the modern world of reality television, exaggerated media headlines and fabricated statistics, deciphering truth from deception often seems to lead to even greater confusion.
Sports play an important role in many children’s developmental years. Participation in athletics can help children learn motor control, patience, teamwork, listening skills and the
A tendon is a connective tissue that attaches muscle to bone. This tissue can be subject to injury over a person’s lifespan. Tendons are unique
The cooler temperatures and limited daylight hours that come with winter can make it difficult to fit exercise into your schedule. If you are anything
Physical activity has been shown to improve health and wellbeing, specifically by reducing the risk of chronic conditions like type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
Basketball is a very popular sport among youth athletes. As with many other sports, there are common injuries associated with this sport that is predicated
There has been a lot of media attention the past few years equating sitting to being as bad for your health as smoking. The public
Although it’s one of the biggest and most important joints in the human body, the hip joint is sometimes overlooked when evaluating, treating and diagnosing
Gymnasts and cheerleaders are two types of athletes whose sports require tumbling. Tumbling can range from cartwheels to more complex flips and twists. Regardless of
Injury risk is a reality of any sport, and tennis is no different. More than 41 percent of elite tennis players lose time from play