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Building a strong core is one of the most important actions you can take to improve your physical health and gain independence as you age. No matter your current level of fitness, you will always need a strong and flexible core to help support you through your everyday life. Increased core strength helps you move your entire body with ease and can also give you better balance and overall stability. 

The Anatomy of the Core

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Congratulations – you booked your first physical therapy appointment! You’re taking a big step to manage your daily aches and pains, get stronger, increase your mobility, and get your happy back. It is so important for you to have a better quality of life and continue to do all of the things that bring you joy.

Now that you’ve made the call to your physical therapist’s office to set your appointment, you’re probably wondering, “How do I prepare for the … Read more

As we age, the importance of staying physically active grows even more in order to accomplish the goal of maintaining a good quality of life. Conditions like arthritis, illness or chronic aches and pains can decrease your desire to exercise on a regular basis. Or you may want to exercise but feel you simply don’t have time. But it doesn’t have to be that way – staying active and working your muscles regularly helps you enjoy your senior years and … Read more

Would you be open to trying a non-medical treatment that has helped millions of seniors manage arthritis, incontinence, and Alzheimer’s disease, while restoring mobility and reducing the risk of falls? This treatment, which can lower healthcare costs over time, is known as physical therapy.

The goal of physical therapy is to help restore and improve functionality, reduce pain and increase mobility for better strength and balance. It is common for seniors to overlook physical therapy as a preventative measure due … Read more