Skiing and Snowboard Injuries and What to Do By: Dr. Sabrina Wayt, DPT The mountains are packed with snow and you know what that means??? Time to hit the slopes! Winter mountain sports are often the ones we did not stay in shape for and usually jump into after not having skiied or snowboarded for […]
Secrets to Preventing Injuries this Fall
Secrets to Preventing Injuries this Fall By Kayleigh M Getting physical activity is one of the most important ways to stay healthy (especially during Fall), and playing any sports is a fun way to incorporate movement into your lifestyle! Many clients that walk into the clinic are suffering from sports related injuries and pain from […]
What Exactly Taping Does for You
What Exactly Taping Does for You All too often, we send our patients home with an intricate design on a designated body part to help speed up their healing and reduce discomfort. Almost every time our patients ask why. For many, they ask because they now have to themselves explain to curious friends and family, […]
Water After Massage… What’s The Big Deal?
Water After Massage… What’s The Big Deal? Quite simply, water is important. Your muscles are 70% water. Your brain is 85% water. Water is essential for nutrient absorption, chemical reactions, and proper digestion. It is also used for circulation in the body, joint and cartilage lubrication, temperature regulation, and metabolism. Dehydration can cause symptoms such […]