Nutrition for Recovery

Hey you guys!  You need to check out this fantastic TEDx talk by Claire Baker, PT.  While most of us might have low back pain or headaches and may feel comfortable sharing our experiences, there is a silent secret effecting men and women worldwide.  All of us have pelvic floors (of course!) and many of us have pelvic floor dysfunction (gasp!)  Just because a little wee when you laugh, cough, or sneeze might be common, it is not normal.  Check out Claire’s great talk.

Volunteering Outside the Physical Therapy Clinic

Volunteering outside the Physical Therapy clinicVolunteering Outside the Physical Therapy ClinicWhat brings you joy? And more importantly, are you filling up your life with that list of answers? For me, it’s pretty easy. Family, friends, work, fitness, and...

A Guide to Achilles Pain

Healing Above the HEEL- A Guide to Achilles Pain The Achilles tendon is the largest and strongest tendon in the body. In fact, the tendon transmits forces nearly 4x body weight during walking and 8x body weight during running. Although the Achilles can withstand a...

Preventing Early Summer Injury

As the days get longer and the trails get drier it usually means your running and biking miles will start to increase. We get asked a lot how to prevent injury in this transition season. Often this is when we go from exercising more at the gym or on the ski hill to...

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo: Symptoms and Treatments

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) is a vestibular disorder characterized by episodes of vertigo. BPPV symptoms are often triggered by changes in head position, such as when lying down or turning over in bed. If you think that you suffer from BPPV, this...