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5 Benefits of Adding Strength Training to Your Fitness Routine. Exercise has a long list of benefits from increased happiness to stronger bones and stronger minds. Having a regular fitness routine is one of the best things you can do for yourself mentally and physically. There are many activities to choose from, each with a particular benefit to your body. This article will discuss the benefits of strength training and ways you can work it into your fitness routine. What is Strength Training. ...
Posted on 2019-04-13
Treating Repetitive Stress Injuries on the Job with Physical Therapy. Whether your job involves physical labor or sitting at a computer, you are potentially at risk for a Repetitive Stress Injury (RSI). Some of these injuries can be temporary, but left untreated they can become debilitating. Awareness is the first step, and prompt physical therapy can curb the injury to ensure your recovery. What is a Repetitive Stress Injury?. It is an injury that affects the soft tissues of the muscles...
Posted on 2019-04-12
Treating Motor Vehicle Accidents with Physical Therapy. It is estimated that worldwide 20 to 50 million people suffer injuries from motor vehicle accidents each year. In one statistic ranking the top 200 largest American cities for road safety, Boston was nearly at the bottom of the list, ranking in at 199. Thus, the likelihood of being in a motor vehicle accident at some point in your life is high. The resulting injuries can be debilitating with long-term effects such as loss of productivity a...
Posted on 2019-04-11
In today’s busy world it can be difficult to find time to maintain healthy habits. When feeling pressed for time, a full night sleep can sometimes seem like a luxury, but researchers are now gaining more insight on the crucial role sleep plays on health and wellness.   Increasing evidence demonstrates that chronic insufficient sleep can contribute to a number of health problems including hypertension and cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, and depression. While we sleep, our ...
Posted on 2019-04-04
It is no secret that exercise has endless benefits to both mental and physical health; however, the bulk of this research has focused on leisure time physical activity. For a large portion of the population, work makes up their main source of physical activity. Laborers such as construction workers, manufacturers, farmers, hospitality workers and more are active for long periods of their day, but despite this activity can have relatively poor health. Increasing evidence shows that occupation rel...
Posted on 2019-02-27
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