Midlife in America is changing. Men and women from the ages of 40 through 70-something are becoming more aware of the lifelong benefits and represent the largest population growth segment for yoga.
Posted in Publication, Yoga, stretching, Osteoporosis, Gastro-Intestinal, Women's Health, Men's Health, Meditation, nutrition, Chronic pain, training, exercise
Tagged prime of life yoga, linda karl, midlife, biomechanics, pranayama, POLY, middle age
Holly Dybas, DPT, introduces a new series on social media addressing a common condition for people with low back pain and tight hips called lower crossed syndrome.
Posted in Publication, stretching, Women's Health, Men's Health, Physical Therapy, Chronic pain, training, exercise
Tagged core strength, lower crossed syndrome, lowercross syndrome, holly dybas, LCS
Our nervous system produces a biological response to stress. Learn how this works, what types of stress require different responses, and how to manage stress being experienced.
Are you thankful for bladder health? Incontinence may not be high on your list of concerns. Indeed, not having a bladder problem is something many of us take completely take for granted. Yet more than 25 million Americans right now …
Posted in Publication, Women's Health, Men's Health, Manual Therapy, Physical Therapy, Body after Baby, Chronic pain, incontinence
Tagged jamie justice, bladder health, incontinence, nafc, women's health, men's health, lynn batalden, leakage, womens health certified specialist, stress incontinence, pelvic pain, pelvic dysfunction, urge incontinence
Chances are we are now in-network with your insurance company! Being able to accept most insurance was a big reason for our new partnership with Doctors of Physical Therapy. Take a look at this list of in-network insurers or call …
Join us for a unique workshop/discussion group about issues related to running and endurance training, including injury prevention, diet, and psychological skills training.
Posted in stretching, Women's Health, Men's Health, Research, nutrition, training, exercise, Personal Training, Creative in the Community
Tagged Running, nutrition, training, endurance, injury prevention, running injuries, personal trainer, justin hoffman, endurance athletes, marathon, triathalon, race, 5k, 10k, biathalon, swimming, diet, prehabilitation, VO2, oxygen levels, calorie intake, sleep
We’re excited to have Linda Karl back as a guest instructor for this great new yoga workshop!
Posted in Publication, Yoga, stretching, Osteoporosis, Women's Health, Men's Health, Meditation, exercise
Tagged meditation, yoga, exercise, breathing, education, yoga workshop, prime of life yoga, linda karl, midlife, biomechanics, wellness, pranayama
Jamie Justice, PT, WCS, recently had a great time spending a few hours with the coaches from Sycamore CrossFit discussing pelvic floor and core strengthening principles. Here, she shares some of her experience and explains some of the concerns women …
Posted in Women's Health, Men's Health, Physical Therapy, training, exercise, incontinence
Tagged creative therapeutics, pelvic floor, pelvic floor physical therapy, jamie justice, incontinence, exercise, core strength, dysfunction, leaking, sycamore crossfit, stress incontinence, high intensity
One in three women over 50 and one in six men will experience osteoporotic fractures. FRAX is an assessment tool used by doctors but can be usually used by anyone to input information that will let you know your risk …
Posted in Yoga, Osteoporosis, Women's Health, Men's Health, Total Gym, Physical Therapy, exercise
Tagged yoga, osteoporosis, osteo, osteopenia, strength training, total gym, fracture, fracture risk, bone density