Bone health is incredibly important to retain mobility, independence, and overall health. Today, we’re sharing 3 strategies to improve bone health.
The Dowel Overhead Test measures an overlooked aspect of health – your posture. By taking this measurement, you can improve flexibility and reduce restrictions in your arms and spine for a lifetime of upright posture. Get started today with improving your posture, but measure your baseline first!
We always hear how balance becomes an issue as you age, but at what point do you need to take balance training seriously?
We want to be able to bounce right back to where we started when we have a negative stressor. These negative events and setbacks in our life are inevitable, but we want to pop back up. I encourage you all to think differently ahead of your potential next setback. With aging, these setbacks get even harder to bounce back from.
Do you have hyperkyphosis? You probably know it as hunchback. If your spine is curving more than it has in the past, you’re probably chalking it up to aging. But who wants to look old? Let’s tackle that hunchback posture with some physical therapy before it gets worse. Treating and preventing hunchback posture If the
What Is “Kyphosis”? The spine is separated into three different regions – cervical, thoracic, and lumbar. Each region has it’s own natural curve. Kyphosis occurs naturally in the middle portion of the spine – the thoracic – and includes your ribs and chest plate. What Can I do About My Hyperkyphosis? Age-related hyperkyphosis is an