Whether you’re injured or not, you would benefit from performing regular soft tissue maintenance to keep your muscles supple & healthy. This is something you can do yourself using a foam roller, massage stick, &/or ball. Self massage helps ease pain & stiffness, warm-up tissues in … [Read more...] about Self Massage: Hips & Thighs
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) is the most common form of vertigo. Vertigo is the feeling of movement when there isn’t any. BPPV is sudden onset of temporary vertigo, usually a room-spinning sensation, when moving in certain positions. This can affect people of any age; however, it is … [Read more...] about Positional Vertigo Treatment
Many of us are living with neck pain & stiffness. I’d like to share a few to help you feel better! Identify a pattern of your pain. When do you feel the worst? Which movements or activities cause the most discomfort? If you feel worst in the morning, your sleep posture may be to blame. … [Read more...] about Neck Pain Relief
When was the last time you had a movement check-up? If you’re like most people, you may never of had a standardized movement screen. However, you probably go to the dentist twice per year. You go to the dentist for regular maintenance. You don’t wait till you have a toothache. This practice … [Read more...] about Movement Hygiene?
Tips to ease back pain written by Physical Therapist Dr Jay Hartnett in Wilmington, DE 1) Try to identify a pattern to your pain. What movements, positions & activities aggravate your back? Try to modify or avoid those things if possible. What movements, positions & activities make your … [Read more...] about Back Pain Tips from Physical Therapist Dr Jay
Should you be doing vestibular exercises? Read on to find out! Stand & balance on 1 leg. Try to hold that for 10 seconds. Are you steady? If no, that means you have work to do! Practice your single leg balance a few times a day. If it doesn’t improve after a few days, I recommend seeing a … [Read more...] about Would You Benefit from Adding Vestibular Exercises to Your Routine?