In Part 2 of this 3-part series we’ll explain the importance of how to improve your “core” strength and strength and flexibility of your hips. I would like to recognize the work of Dr. Stuart McGill of the University of Waterloo, Canada, who has been studying the spine as it … [Read more...] about Your Spinal Health – Part 2
Before most Americans acquired numerous labor-savings devices, we used a lot of physical labor in our daily tasks. Work didn’t necessarily involve regular, beneficial exercise, but it certainly made for a more active life than we have today. Modern inventions make our lives more … [Read more...] about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: It’s Not Your Fault!
The word "habit" often refers to acquired behavior that becomes almost automatic because a particular pattern of behavior is done frequently and repetitively. In this article, we’ll look at the 10 worst habits physical therapists see in individuals when it comes to injury and … [Read more...] about What a Body Can Do for 10 Bad Habits