Looking to Enhance Brain Health? Jump in the Pool!

Every four years, swimming received increased attention as a result of the Olympic games. This summer, the U.S. Olympic Swim Team made a big splash

How Walking Can Build Up the Brain

Older men and women who walked for six months showed improvements in white matter and memory, while those who danced or did stretching exercises did

Ep. 23: Taking Care of Performing Arts Athletes with Dustin Jesberger, PT, DPT

In this episode, we are joined by Dustin Jesberger, PT, DPT from RUSH Physical Therapy who shares insight into common injuries in the performing arts

Ep. 21: Maximizing Performance After Injury with Eric Ridings, B.S., LMT

Eric Ridings, B.S., LMT, joins the podcast to talk about recovering from various degrees of injury and how he helps his clients develop a return

Swim Exercises for Weight Loss – Workouts that Work

Swimming is a fantastic form of exercise that provides an all-round body workout. Swimming works every muscle in the body and is one of the

Sports, Physical Activity and Sun Protection

Each year the U.S. spends over eight billion dollars treating skin disorders and cancers. Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the US, affecting

Don’t Let Shoulder Pain Sideline Summer Fun

Whether your “go-to” sport is baseball, softball, tennis, volleyball or basketball, they all carry one common thread: dynamic overhead use of the shoulder.  Getting back

Stretch, then Swing!

We have all heard the old adage, “You are what you eat.” The nutrients that you put into your body dictate your overall health, function

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