Make 2016 A Great Year

Around this time people reflect on the past year of their lives and decide to make changes. Maybe there is something you want to do better, something you want to stop doing, or something you want to start. Resolution making is a very personal journey, one that you can either choose to share with friends and family or keep to yourself.

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A Guide To Diabetes – Part Two

What a lot of people don’t know is that physical activity, along with diet and medication, is the cornerstone of treatment for diabetes. Physical activity alone is a cornerstone for prevention of diabetes, but if you already have diabetes it is essential that you control your glucose, lower your blood pressure and cholesterol, and maintain a healthy weight. In addition regular physical activity can also reduce the need for medication, so it’s important to make sure you are active.

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A Physical Therapists Guide to Concussion – Part One

I have noticed that over the past few years concussions have received a great deal of attention. If you haven’t suffered one personally I will bet that you know at least one or two other people who have. The issue that is on everyone’s mind – in the medical and sports worlds – is the long-term problems associated with this injury. It is estimated that in sports alone, more than 3.8 million concussions occur each year – wow. Read More