Are we back in school yet? Hooray? A season that is usually a time of relief and excitement for both students and parents is anything but that in the chaos of 2020.
The patchwork government response to the pandemic and the fluctuating status of th
Recovering from an injury or surgery, or just trying to avoid one? Then a physical therapy appointment might be just what you need.
A physical therapist is a licensed medical professional trained to diagnose physical abnormalities and restore and
The midyear COVID-19 pandemic report card is not looking good for the United States. Cases are predictably spiking in Florida, Texas, and Arizona, states that initially downplayed the virus threat in their rush to reopen their economies. And Californ
There's a lot to consider when it comes to choosing a great massage cream. Perhaps most importantly, what type of massage are we talking about? There are plenty of options, but here are a few!
Most Popular Types of Massages
The human body is a marvel of engineering and biology. It can run and jump and swim and think, it can play and fight and build, it can touch and taste and dream — all thanks to a complicated array of organs and organ systems wrapped around a stack
We need to take care of our joints — our elbows, our knees, our shoulders, our fingers, and all the rest of our bendy pieces. When something goes wrong with these important parts of the body, we can find ourselves facing major, often painful adapta
The shoulder is an incredibly complicated joint, but it does a lot for us. Because it’s so complicated, though, there are plenty of ways it can go wrong. We exercise to keep it healthy, but overuse injuries are common. The shoulder is also
Breast cancer is the most common cancer and the leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide for women, even while those rates have declined in recent years. Treatment options include lumpectomy, radiation, chemotherapy, and single or double mastectomy.
COVID-19 restrictions are beginning to ease nationwide, but these unsettled times still call for an abundance of caution. Avoid crowds. Wear your mask. Keep your distance. Stay home when possible. The virus is still out there, still looking for oppor
We’ve all had to get creative in our response to social distancing and quarantine. On the positive side, we’ve got plenty of free time on our hands. On the negative for many of us, we’ve lost jobs and income. There’s not much good to say abou