Benefits of an Aquatic Workout

When you are dealing with back pain, the swimming pool can be your best friend. Getting into the pool is a way to get great exercise while avoiding undue strain on your back and joints.  Dr. Krista Contreras and Dr. Ashley Comeford recommend CORE Physical Therapy aquatic classes because:  Less Stress on Joints – aquatic […]

How Physical Therapy Can Help Dementia Patients Improve Cognitive Function

 Dementia is a term used to describe a complex and still poorly understood condition. Researchers are still learning more about people living with cognitive decline. For many years, physical therapy was ignored as an effective treatment for dementia patients. However, the trend is changing as we learn more about how physical therapy can improve lives. […]

The Health Benefits of Hiking

Hitting the trail for a hike is a great way to improve health. Hiking takes walking to the next level, thanks to varied terrain and potentially more climbing and descending than someone might encounter on the street. Being out in nature can quiet the mind, too. Many trail guides offer difficulty ratings, giving hikers the […]

Living with Arthritis: Should You Limit or Increase Your Movement?

The most common form of arthritis, osteoarthritis, is a condition that affects more than 27 million Americans. Osteoarthritis results from erosion of bone and cartilage in and around joints, leading to pain and limited mobility. The condition is associated with natural processes of aging, as joints lose cartilage, bone spurs develop, and other degenerative issues […]

Tennis Stretches and Exercises to Strengthen and Protect

There’s a reason so many people love to play tennis. It’s fun, it’s competitive and it’s a great form of exercise. However, injuries can occur while playing tennis because it requires your whole body and the tennis court is a pretty unforgiving surface.   One of the most common injuries is what we call tennis […]

Have You Been Diagnosed with Spinal Stenosis?

For those who suffer from spinal stenosis, physical therapy can offer long-term relief.  Fortunately, surgery is rarely needed to treat spinal stenosis and is often a last resort only if there is serious spinal damage that needs to be repaired.  Otherwise, either passive or active physical therapy would be your best course of treatment.  The […]

Avoid Taking a Swing at Hip Impingement This Summer

Hip impingement is a common condition for baseball and softball players, because they can put a lot of torque on their hips while swinging at pitches. It can also affect golfers, tennis players and other athletes who rely on their hips as a source of power and stability.    What is Hip Impingement?  In a […]

Safety Tips for Summer Water Sports

One of the best things about summer for many people is the opportunity to enjoy their favorite water sports. Swimming, boating, kayaking, river rafting, paddle boarding, waterskiing, surfing, jet skiing, wake boarding, etc.—these activities are extremely fun. However, they can also be a good source for sports injuries if you are not safe and smart […]

Lifting 101: Why Technique Is So Important

So many back injuries and hernias happen when someone lifts something that is too heavy or uses bad form. There’s an old adage that says “lift with the legs, not the back.” There’s certainly a lot of wisdom in that statement, but there’s a lot more to proper lifting technique than just lifting with the […]

The Best Treatments for Shin Splints

People who walk or run a lot (especially those who may be carrying a little extra weight) may often deal with shin splints. The medical term for shin splints is Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome. It can be a painful ailment that bothers you any time you walk, run or jump. Most times you’ll feel it […]

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Benefits of an Aquatic Workout
When you are dealing with back pain, the swimming pool can be your best friend. Getting into the pool is a way to get great exercise while avoiding undue strain on your back and joints.  Dr. Krista Contreras and Dr. Ashley Comeford recommend CORE Physical Therapy aquatic classes because:  Less Stress on Joints – aquatic […]

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