10 Apr 2014
April 10, 2014

Getting Back In The Swing Of Spring

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We have begun to see the promise of nice weather in the past couple weeks and for many of us this has sparked us into doing more recreational activities. Here are some tips and exercises to get you moving in the right direction. Squats Stand with your feet hip width apart and place your arms.. read more →

19 Feb 2014
February 19, 2014

Warm-Ups For Cold Weather

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Cold weather is hard on muscles and joints. It causes muscles and joints to tighten and a loss in range of motion. Muscles have to work harder in the winter to finish an activity than doing that same activity in warmer weather. Tighter muscles can lead to increased muscle soreness and muscle strains. Here are.. read more →

03 Feb 2014
February 3, 2014

The Heart

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Know The Importance of Your Heart Your heart is one of your most important organs. Without our hearts, we would cease to exist. Our hearts are responsible for pumping around two thousand gallons of blood each and every day which provides oxygen and other nutrients to critical body parts. The heart is nothing more than.. read more →

03 Jan 2014
January 3, 2014

Winter Injury Prevention

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The holidays are over and the true heart of winter has arrived. This is the time of year of subzero temperatures, snow and ICE. During this time of year, the possibility of slip and falls are increased. Here are a few tips to prevent those nasty falls that can result in strains, sprains and even.. read more →

11 Dec 2013
December 11, 2013

Gluten-Free…What Does That Mean?

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Recently you may have been hearing more of people eating “gluten free”. Gluten free is a term used to describe a diet without gluten. Gluten is a protein found primarily in wheat, rye and barley (sometimes oats due to cross contamination with wheat gluten during processing methods). Close relatives of wheat are spelt, triticale, kamut,.. read more →