blog | Rebound Physical Therapy - Part 2
You DO Have Time to Exercise!

You DO Have Time to Exercise!

How many times have you heard yourself say, “I don’t have enough time to exercise”? There’s always something else that just has to be done first. I get it. I have a seven month old at home requiring my constant watchful eye. If it’s not kids, then it’s work...

How To Be BIG In A Small World: Parkinson Disease And Treatment

Are you, a loved one, or someone you know affected by Parkinson Disease (PD)? If so, have you noticed a resting tremor, off balance, walking/gait difficulties (shuffling), slow movement (bradykinesia), postural instability, and/or stiffness of torso or limbs...

Benefit of daily exercise and training

We are all aware in some way, shape or form that there are significant benefits to regular daily exercise! Some of those benefits include, but are not limited to enhanced sleep, decreased stress, prevention of weight gain, reduction of health risks such as HBP,...

Death by Sitting

We often see people being referred to physical therapy for complaints of cervical spine or shoulder pain with no mechanism of injury. When we delve deeper into their history, it is common that the person sits at a desk most of the day or has a long commute to work....

Trick Or Treat !The Trick to Raking to Treat Your Back

You step outside and feel the drop in temperature, the chill engulfs your body, and you realize that it’s that time of year again:  AUTUMN!  It’s time to take out the rake that has been sequestered for months in the back the garage.  Instead of dreading the tedious...

Dynamic Warmup Vs. Static Stretching Prior to Exercise

How often have you stood at the start of a road race, scanned the crowd, and seen people stretching quads, hamstrings, and calves? They often look at ease chatting with friends while simultaneously hanging with their heels off a curb. While this type of stretching has...