Did you know the average weight gain through the holidays is 10 to 15 pounds? Just 10 pounds in a couple of weeks — yikes!
Gaining this weight...
One of the main aliments my clinic treats is low back pain. One of the most important things to remember about back pain is not to ignore it from the...
Your mother was right… you need to stand up straight! Despite this near-universal admonishment, we’re a nation of slouches. Far too many...
Sitting, in an improper posture, which most Americans are guilty of, can put a tremendous amount of pressure on the discs, ligaments, joints and muscles.
As summer comes to a close, many golfers find themselves evaluating their play. And as the summer golf season winds down, remember that it’s easy to find yourself with chronic neck or back pain if you don’t take precautions.
It's 7:30 a.m. at Magee Riverfront’s Wellness Center and Delano Turnipseed has already broken a sweat on a very unique type of exercise equipment: a seated elliptical machine designed specifically for individuals with leg paralysis.
Most often in my office, I see back pain patients and the ones I see have had more than one episode of the back pain before they come in and seek medical care. Most people wait until a few episodes of pain or spasms before they seek any sort of help.
Think you have sciatica pain? Here are some ways to get some relief.
My patients ask me all of the time, “What can I do in the gym?” For me, it’s not what you can and can’t do but what you should or shouldn’t do. Here are my top 5 things you should avoid at the gym.
Conshohocken Physical Therapy in Conshohocken and Total Performance Physical Therapy in North Wales have been going through some growing pains lately as they renovated, expanded and added new talent to their roster in order to offer more comprehensive rehabilitation and sports training services.
Shoes are designed to perform two basic functions: To provide shock absorption; and to provide a solid, stable surface that your foot can push off from, essentially providing stability. Flip-flops, however, provide neither shock absorption nor stability and can be a big culprit of leg pain, hip pain...
Most Americans, athletes or not, have some form of back pain. They wake up with it hoping that as the day goes on it gets better. This pain affects athletic performance and limits outcomes.
"Should I heat or ice my injury?" is one of the most common question Dr. Moore hears. She attempts to offer some guidelines in this update.
Back pain, hip soreness and leg ailments can sometimes be traced to one simple source — a pain in the butt.