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Jul 23, 2015 / Podcast
In the July 2015 issue of Redbook magazine several physical therapists were asked to share the advice they give their friends. They shared with us too.
Sep 29, 2020 / Podcast
Older adults who sit too much get out of shape. Senior pickleball athlete Andy Leighton and triathlete Patsy Lillehei join physical therapist Becca Jordre to share how it's never too late to be active and feel good.
Dec 2, 2019 / Podcast
Val Chmerkovskiy and physical therapist Gina Minchella share show insights, and how they reduce the risk of injury and treat the aches and pains from competitive dancing.
Nov 25, 2018 / Video
Spinal cord injuries changed Marka's life. But thanks to her physical therapists she never stopped dancing.
Aug 9, 2013 / Did You Know?
Every 25 seconds a youth athlete suffers an injury severe enough to require a trip to the emergency department, an August 2013 research report by Safe Kids Worldwide found.
Mar 30, 2016 / Did You Know?
If you need another reason to exercise, a systematic review and analysis of the data from 21 different randomized trials links exercise to a 35% reduction in the risk for low back pain.
Apr 26, 2022 / Health Tips
Female athlete triad is a condition that involves an imbalance among energy availability, quality and strength of bones, and menstrual cycle. Physical therapists understand its effects and help athletes safely return to their sport.
May 29, 2014 / Did You Know?
Why get surgery if you don’t need it? Those who experience nontraumatic rotator cuff tears, for example, can do just as well with "conservative treatment" such as physical therapy.
Jun 15, 2013 / Did You Know?
A recent study published in The Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy suggests that pregnancy causes biomechanical changes to a runner's stride that can linger after childbirth.
Aug 10, 2016 / Did You Know?
The study was small, but the results lined up with what many health care professionals have been saying for years: youth athletes who specialize in a single sport may be at a higher risk for injury.