10 Exercises to Relieve Shoulder Pain
By guest blogger Dr. Brent Wells, D.C. Shoulder pain is a common problem that affects many. While surgery and medications can sometimes help, they don’t
5 Banded Core Exercises to Strengthen Your Midsection
By guest blogger Dr. Dan Luczka, PT, DPT, CSCS When you picture someone with a strong core, what do they look like? Do they have
Golfers Elbow (P)Rehab
Many golfers in the northern half of the U.S. are anxious for spring to arrive for the opportunity to head back out on the golf
Harvard Health Supports the Benefits of Walking with Poles (aka Nordic Walking)!
By guest blogger Mandy Shintani Reg. OT (BC ) & Gerontologist Nordic Walking is currently one of the fastest growing forms of fitness globally, but its
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
8 Tips to Help You Stay Regular While Traveling
by guest blogger Dr. Susie Gronski, DPT, PRPC, WCS Traveling abroad can mess with your pooping schedule. Trust me, I know what it feels like when
5 Reasons Hands-on PT May Supplement or Replace Pain Meds
by guest blogger Brian Scherff, PT The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is undertaking an anti-opioids campaign touting the benefits of Physical Therapy (PT) over
5 Easy Exercises to Help Ease Pregnancy Aches and Pains
by guest blogger Sigourney Cross, DPT at Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center Pelvic and low back pain during pregnancy affects up to two-thirds of women and
PT-Helper’s initial exercise library did not include diaphragm breathing exercises when we first introduced our online exercise prescription service, CONNECT, at the American Physical Therapy
The Importance of Nutrition On Injury Recovery
By guest blogger Paul Fisher Injuries are a part of everyday life, even more so for athletes and people with high levels of physical activity.