We all know it’s coming. We’ve felt the heat swell up over the last few weeks, and as we’ve emerged from the stay at home orders that kept us inside for the early months of 2020, many of us (myself included) have begun to reconnect with our old outdoor pastimes – directly into the summer … Read more Staying Hydrated in Arizona This Summer (2020)
We have all been impacted by stay at home restrictions, social distancing practices, wearing face masks etc… What do we do now? Well let me share a little about myself first. I have always tried to simplify things down to a digestible theme. In the case of this pandemic My team and I have adopted … Read more Going out after COVID-19…Now what?
The unprecedented quarantine going on right now is sure to have more than a few of us feeling stir crazy. Staying home can be particularly problematic for those of you who are in physical therapy currently, or are dealing with other physical issues. Below is a simple exercise program that can be completed in 10-15 … Read more How to Stay Healthy and Mobile During COVID-19
I have been practicing physical therapy in Arizona for over 30 years and I have noticed many common risk factors that may indicate a ground level fall in a patient’s future. I would like to make you aware of some of these so that you can help yourself or your loved ones continue to live … Read more Fall Risk Factors Among Older Adults
There are several types of cognitive impairment that fall within the umbrella term of dementia. Dementia generally refers to a decline in memory and the ability to process information and make decisions. Some of the types include: Young onset dementia Mild cognitive impairment Vascular dementia Acute CVA Chronic vascular decline Mixed dementia Frontotemporal dementia Lewy … Read more The Effects of Exercise on Dementia
The following exercises can be performed in just a few minutes per day. The purpose of Postural Interruption exercises is to intentionally change the mechanical stress from one area to the other, to decompress (gently stretch) relatively compressed tissue and decrease the shear forces (stretch) on the opposing tissue. These exercises are low intensity and … Read more Postural Interruption Exercises
The following blog post was written by a guest blogger Lydia Chan of AlzheimersCaregiver.net. You can reach out to her directly via email at email@example.com. We all love our senior friends and family members, and we want what is best for their health and well-being. Although aging is a natural process that can make a … Read more Tips for Transitioning a Senior Into Assisted Living
We’ve all heard it before: our posture always seems to need work. We’ve also heard over and over that because we sit all day at work, in the car, and on the couch, we should improve our posture as well as exercise more! Well, we’ve got you covered on one of those topics today, and … Read more Posture: Simple Fixes to Implement TODAY!