The new year is fast approaching and while that means holiday parties and family events, it also means Open Enrollment for health insurance is almost coming to a close. The last day to get health insurance coverage for 2019 is … Click here to read more
Just because October is almost over doesn’t mean the fight against breast cancer is over! One in eight women and one in one thousand men will be diagnosed with breast cancer over the course of a lifetime. Survivorship is on … Click here to read more
We spend a third of our lives sleeping so it’s essential you’re doing it in a way that does not produce pain. We all sleep differently so it’s important to find the best support in your preferred position.
Back Sleepers… Click here to read more
Spring is finally in the air! After the long winter, everyone’s excited to enjoy the warm weather and fresh air. Luckily, there’s a ton of fun outdoor activities in D.C. to take advantage of!
Hiking. If you’re looking for a … Click here to read more
Between school, work, family and friends life can get busy and it can be difficult to keep up with physical therapy. Often, once patients start feeling a little better, they’ll think they are cured and stop attending physical therapy or … Click here to read more
February is Heart Health Awareness month! Even though February is coming to an end, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t continue to work towards a healthy heart. Heart disease is still the number one killer in the U.S. taking over 600,000 … Click here to read more
Winter means holidays, hot chocolate, friends and family. But it also means icy sidewalks, slippery roads and cold weather. Follow these tips to keep you safe this season:
- Watch Your Step: Proper footwear is very important during icy months
While sitting at a desk all day and staring at a computer may not sound strenuous, it can still take a huge toll on the body. Sitting for long periods of time, especially sitting incorrectly, can cause aches and pain … Click here to read more
Dry needling is a physical therapy technique used to treat myofascial pain. The technique uses “dry” (without injection or medication) thin filament needles to release tension in trigger points, which are taut bands of skeletal muscle that can produce pain … Click here to read more