The tape is called Kinesiology tape (kinesio tape for short.) It is a flexible latex-free, hypoallergenic cotton fiber tape, which athletic trainers apply on achy muscles to relieve pain or to encourage muscles to work more efficiently. Physical/occupational therapists, athletic trainers, chiropractors, physicians, manual therapists and nurses around the world are using Kinesio Tape for many.. read more →

In the spirit of this overbearingly hot weather we’ve been having we wanted to review with you the signs/symptoms of dehydration, and give you some resources you can pass along to your patients. “Unfortunately, thirst isn’t always a reliable gauge of the body’s need for water, especially in children and older adults.” Here are.. read more →

12 Jun 2012
June 12, 2012

Yoga For All Ages

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Clinical Application of Yoga For the Pediatric Population Yoga consists of a vast collection of spiritual techniques and practices all aimed at integrating the mind, body and spirit to achieve a state of enlightenment. The philosophies of Yoga are universal and can be incorporated within any belief system and it can be practiced by all.. read more →

Tired of the same routine? Spring is a great time to start something new! Try working out in a circuit. Circuit Workouts blast fat and take less time! And the weather is so nice, why not go outside?! Exercise Definition: Training technique that involves moving from one exercise to another, each exercise working a different.. read more →

03 Apr 2012
April 3, 2012

Exercise Outside The Box

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Ideas & encouragement for beginners, seniors, & anyone who’s just looking for some fresh ideas. Spring is a great time to start something new! And the weather is so nice, why not go outside?! Here are some ideas to get you started… Swimming- which both elevates your heart rate, and improves overall muscle tone and function.. read more →