Exercise Tips for Office Workers

Exercise Tips for Office Workers

The Department of Health and Human Services recommends at least 150 minutes a week of moderate exercise for optimum health. This can seem quite a daunting task to achieve if you work a sedentary job. However, it’s important to try. A recent study published by the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine shows that office
...read more

Quadricep Weakness May Be a Factor in Knee Pain

Quadricep Weakness May Be a Factor in Knee Pain

Out of all types of pain, knee pain may be the most prevalent among older adults. Knee pain is a hallmark of knee osteoarthritis. Over 27 million people have osteoarthritis with the knees being the most commonly affected area. The number of people dealing with knee pain is steadily rising over time. In fact, it’s
...read more

One to Two Minutes of Jogging Per Day May Be Good for Women’s Bone Health

One to Two Minutes of Jogging Per Day May Be Good for Women’s Bone Health

Osteoporosis is a brittle bone disorder that can lead to fractures. It affects women more than it does men. There’s been considerable research in osteoporosis prevention. The major finding is that good nutrition and weightbearing exercise are key. A new study from the University of Exeter sheds light on a new possible bone health tip.
...read more

Physical Therapy in Managing Pain

Physical Therapy in Managing Pain

With the country fighting an ever-growing battle against the opioid epidemic, safer options are getting the attention they have long deserved. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is becoming more adamant about avoiding opioid use for most pain treatment. Physical Therapy is one of their recommended alternatives. It’s considered safe and treats the pain
...read more