Monthly Archives: February, 2019

  1. Common PT Injuries Explained: Tennis Elbow

    During your everyday life, do you regularly use your hands and bend your elbows? That’s not a trick question. Repetitively doing these two things is all it takes for some people to develop the disorder commonly coined as “Tennis Elbow”. The scientific term, for our interested readers, is Lateral Epicondylitis/Epicondylosis. What is it? “Tennis Elbow” is…

  2. Are You Experiencing Soreness or Pain?

      Think about the last time you physically pushed your body’s limits. Now think about how your body felt the next day. What about the day after that? If you’re like most people, that “I can barely walk” or “I can’t even sit down today” feeling can be described by many words, but comfortable isn’t…

  3. 5 Exercise Myths for People 55 and Older

    While it’s expected that most older people tend to slow down with age, the notion that seniors and soon-to-be seniors should trade in exercise and their active lifestyles for bingo and rocking chairs is definitely antiquated, say physical therapists. And yet, when it comes to exercise for the 55-and-older population, plenty of myths continue to…