Bacon. Butter. Oils. All very delicious, but feared by many. These fine foods are the some of items that we have learned are “bad” for us. This is what we’ve been told… “Avoid fats if you want to lose weight”, “Avoid fats to lean out and perform better”, and “Avoid fats to stay healthy.” There […]
Our August newsletter. Move Physical Therapy offers a monthly newsletter featuring tips, recommendations and updates regarding physical therapy and various other topics related to health and wellness.
Nutritional deficiencies are becoming more and more common. With the increased consumption of processed foods, refined carbohydrates and sugary drinks, the overall health of Americans continues to decline. This you probably knew already. What you probably didn’t know, is that WATER is actually the most common nutritional deficiency in the American population. Water is the […]
Recovering from an injury or physical ailment can be a huge source of stress. We often give in to the stress, dealing with the emotional and physical symptoms – the tension headaches, fatigue, mood swings… But, let’s take a look at how stress really effects our body. According to the American Psychological Association, stress has […]
Allergy Season is Back! The snow is melting, the birds are chirping and excitement is in the air… along with the pollen, dust, ragweed and the other common enemies to those of us who suffer from seasonal allergies. Each year, a lot of us look forward to getting out to smell the roses, but then […]
We have been promoting Tart Cherry Juice Concentrate to our patients for some time now. Here’s why: Anti-Inflammatory: Chronic inflammation is fairly common in our society of “no-pain, no-gain”. The degenerative and sensitizing effects of chronic inflammation are well documented, however, so are the serious side-effects of the drugs that treat it. There is a […]