By Lauren Fournier, PT, DPT
The most recent concussion research from the National High School Sports-Related Injury Surveillance Study database (between the 2013-2014 and 2017-2018 school years) shows that football concussion rates during competitions increased, but practice-related concussion rates … Read more »
By Courtney Eaton, RDN, LDN
Why should we worry about inflammation? Some inflammation can be a good thing, for example during an injury. Inflammation allows healing of the injury sight. Widespread, systemic, chronic inflammation on the other hand, can actually … Read more »
By Cathy J Leer, PT, MBA
I love watching football! But even more, I love watching the Patriots win. Who doesn’t if you were born and bred in New England?
Can you believe the Pats are 5-0 so far … Read more »
My PT Story by Jocelyne Kauffman
“ I injured the inner thigh muscle ending at the knee supporting my husband who had fallen two months ago and then reinjured it playing corn hole. I have completed PT at other facilities … Read more »
Join us at the Bedford Old Town Hall!!
Thursday March 14th 9-10 AM… Read more »
How much rest is enough?
By SARA CHODOSH SEPTEMBER 7, 2018
Kids’ brains are precious, in more ways than one, but until recently there wasn’t much guidance on how to best treat young people with concussions.
Now, for the first … Read more »
Nothing is more frustrating than having a “simple” injury (e.g., a “simple ankle sprain” or a “simple muscle pull”) that doesn’t improve. “Simple” tennis elbow often qualifies.
In our June/July, 2016 newsletter, we outlined how age may influence true tendon … Read more »
Although there are many different factors that can positively or negatively affect arthritis, the anti-inflammatory properties of food seem to be a juicy topic among medical professionals. While there is some evidence for broad classes of foods, studies of many … Read more »
Though the nice summer weather often leads to increased activity (e.g., hiking, pick up games, etc.), it is often a time of more “leisurely” pursuits and people get away from their usual, structured exercise routines. With the start of the … Read more »