Knee Pain in Cyclists

By Marie Serrado
Most Cyclists- from beginners to pros will experience some form of knee pain during their riding career. Knee pain is a common complaint among cyclists, both beginners and seasoned riders alike. Whether you’re a road cyclist, mountain biker, or a casual rider, the repetitive motion of pedaling can take a toll on your knees.

Incorporating Yoga into Your Physical Therapy Routine This Fall

By: Marie Serrado

As the weather begins to cool down, it’s a great way to incorporate new ways to enhance your physical therapy routine. A great option to add to your routine is Yoga. Yoga is a mind-body practice that focuses on your physical, emotional and mental health. This practice uses movement, mindfulness,meditation,

Embrace Movement! Celebrating National Physical Therapy Month in October

By: Marie Serrado

Every October, we celebrate National Physical Therapy Month. This month-long celebration recognizes the invaluable contributions of physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, and their commitment to helping individuals restore and improve their mobility, function, and overall quality of life. It also gives us the opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of Physical Therapy but also the importance of physical activity and the roles our PTs and PTAs do for our community.

Preventing Falls

Leaves Are Supposed to Fall, People Aren’t!

Tis’ the Season, for Fall Prevention Week! Falls threaten a senior’s safety and independence and a majority of them happen in your own home. Don’t worry! With these helpful tips and suggestions, you’ll be sitting next to a fire with your grandchildren instead of them sitting next to you in a hospital bed recovering from a fall that could have been prevented.

Move It!


The best medicine is ole reliable. Get up and move! Back pain is one of the most common problems and has been moving up in the ranking since 1990. Why do you ask? Because when people feel pain, their first action is to lay down and rest. Although that would be the case for someone with a sprained ankle,

Better Hearing & Speech Month

Each May, Better Hearing & Speech Month (BHSM) gives us an opportunity to raise awareness about communication disorders. This month is the perfect time to shine a spotlight on speech and hearing issues as well as evaluate our communication capabilities. Speech and hearing disorders often go unnoticed due to fear of being singled out or a lack of knowledge.