I want you to try something before you continue reading this. Start by rounding your shoulders forward and lift your arms overhead, as if you are reaching for something on a high shelf and take note … [Read more...] about The straw that broke the camel’s back: How overuse can lead to serious shoulder pain
People who suffer from shoulder injuries know just how the pain can feel throughout the body. From dull aches to sudden stabs of pain, a sore shoulder can make it very difficult to lift the arm or … [Read more...] about “Wear and Tear,” Not just a term for your car-Learn how to address your work-related shoulder injury
Have you ever worked a desk job? Or have known someone who does? 86% of all Americans sit at work for their job – whether that is a desk, a computer or table. That’s a large majority of the country’s … [Read more...] about Is your chair causing your shoulder pain?
Hopefully, if you’re reading this you have already made the biggest step and signed up for a 5k. The thought of tackling a 5k for the first time can seem daunting and overwhelming. The trick is to … [Read more...] about Couch to 5K: Five Strategies to Make it to the Finish Line and Avoid Injuries
The holiday season can be a great time of year. Snow is falling, joy is all around, and decorations are being hung. While many companies and organizations celebrate, it’s also a time to take … [Read more...] about Don’t let holiday Work Comp Injuries get you down!
Christopher Rodolico, PT, DPT This blog post will focus on a condition that, despite having a fairly complicated sounding name, many people are familiar with due to how relatively common it is … [Read more...] about Osgood-Schlatter Disease
Christopher Rodolico, PT, DPT Repetitive strain injury (RSI) is an umbrella term that’s often used to describe a number of different injuries that affect the muscles, nerves, and tendons, … [Read more...] about Repetitive Strain Injuries
Christopher Rodolico, PT, DPT One of the most common series of questions we often receive from patients, especially as they approach the end of their rehabilitation cycle, is in regards … [Read more...] about Swimming: A Joint-Healthy Way to Perform Cardiovascular Exercise
Christopher Rodolico, PT, DPT Depending on the surgery, surgeon, and personal health factors, some patients spend several days in the hospital or rehab unit after their … [Read more...] about Rehabilitation After a Total Knee Replacement
Most life sustaining body functions are the same to both men and women. Our hearts pump blood, Our lungs fuel that blood with oxygen, Our brains have nerves that send messages … [Read more...] about What is Women’s Health…? …Isn’t HEALTH the SAME for Men and Women?