May 15, 2022

Tips for Preventing Springtime Injuries

Tips for preventing springtime injuries We may be physical therapists and beating a dead horse here, but if you want to remain injury-free and active throughout […]
May 8, 2022

Recommendations for Staying Strong as You Age

Recommendations for Staying Strong as You Age Uh oh, dear Grandma Sally fell and fractured her hip. Say it ain’t so.  How many of you have […]
April 30, 2022

Why We Need More Strength Training as We Age

Why We Need More Strength Training as We Age As we get older it becomes more important to keep moving. Unfortunately, the typical expectation is that […]
April 24, 2022

Strength Training for Women

Strength Training for Women  Closing the Gender Gap in Resistance Training   Yes, Ladies, lifting weights is important. Here’s why. Visualize your local gym at peak […]
April 16, 2022

Should women train the same as men?

Should women train the same as men? Although March has passed, we are keeping with our women’s history month theme!  In this blog, I want to […]
April 9, 2022

Injuries in the Female Athlete

THIS ONE’S FOR THE WOMEN! It’s not our body’s fault   Although this may not come out in the month of March, I wanted to take […]
April 2, 2022

3 Heavy Lifting Moves for a Strong Back

Heavy LIfting is Not Bad for Your Back! Squatting is not bad for your back (or your knees). Deadlifting is not dangerous either. You don’t get […]
March 26, 2022

When is an XRay or MRI Needed for Back Pain?

DO YOU REALLY NEED THAT X-RAY OR MRI FOR YOUR BACK PAIN? It’s time to bust some back pain myths! If you didn’t catch John’s last […]
March 18, 2022

Dear Strava (and all runners on social media)

Dear Strava (and all runners on social media): I used to say that Strava was the only healthy social media.  I felt that Facebook was where […]