Exercises for Graphic Artists
By Andrew Kwan As a working artist and graphic designer, I spend most days at my computer and drawing table. While it’s not as hazardous
Affordable Technology to Help Manage Your Diabetes
By guest blogger Justin Bennett If you are living with diabetes, you aren’t alone. An estimated 9.4 percent of the American population has been diagnosed
What’s Your Next Thing?
By guest blogger Brian Pease, PT, DHS, OCS We all have that one thing that we love to do, right? In the context of exercise
An Inspiring Individual: Marylin Tsakok
Every once in a while, we like to feature someone who inspires us with their dedication to health, fitness and movement.
Are golfers really athletes?
By guest blogger Chris Kopp PT, OCS, CMPT, Titleist Performance Certified There was a time when golf was viewed more like a game than a
Local Senior Athlete: Willie Manteris
There’s been a lot of news recently of exceptional seniors achieving amazing physical feats from “World’s Toughest Horse Race Won by 70-Year-Old Idaho Man Named
How Does Pain Work?
By guest blogger Dr. Damon Bescia DPT, OCS, SCS, FAAOMPT What is Pain? What is Pain? Pain is an unpleasant subjective experience generated by an
“I’m committed but not always compliant”
By guest blogger Sue Croft I saw a delightful patient today who came in full of apologies for not adhering to all the strategies we
5 Reasons Why Your Back Pain Keeps Coming Back
Guest blog by Dennis Treubig Over 80% of people will experience back pain at some point in their lives. And many of those people will