By James Goodwin, PTA, CSCS
Have you ever wondered whether to walk/run, swim, bike, or use the elliptical or how intense your cardio workouts should be to improve your cardiovascular adaptation? If your goal is to reduce inflammation, increase endurance/stamina … Read more »
By Tom Fontana, MSPT
Now that summer is behind us and the kids are back to school, it’s time to get back to the routine we put on hold while we were concentrating on summer fun, including exercise.
Most of … Read more »
“Shin splints,” medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS), anterior tibialis strain, stress reaction and stress fractures of the bone in your lower leg are all injuries that are VERY closely related, sometimes synonymous to each other and will present with many … Read more »
As summer draws to a close, it won’t be long before many of us close down the old summer cottage for the winter. This can include many strenuous activities like putting boats or canoes away, bringing in docks, moving appliances … Read more »
Still going strong after 25 years in business and still accepting new patients. In fact, FPTS guarantees an appointment within 24-48 hours (M-F). After all, health concerns can’t wait, so why should you!
Our team is proud to announce a … Read more »
Not a single day passes by without hearing something about the opioid epidemic that is rampant across the US. On March 1st, in fact, the Maryland Governor declared a state of emergency and pledged $50M over the next five years … Read more »
Tennis elbow (pain on the outside of the elbow) is a common occurrence with computer use. Since the condition is related to overworked muscles, reducing the daily strain on the muscles that attach to the elbow can help decrease pain … Read more »
A Few Key Elbow Stretches And Words Of Wisdom For The Golf Enthusiast
The golf swing involves an extremely complex set of movements stressing all areas of the body. It is very important to stay fit and routinely perform golf … Read more »