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The Core: Myths, Tips & Tricks

By Sarah Homan | June 20th, 2018

What is the core? It is all the muscles in your torso, from your shoulders to your hips, people usually […]

Sedentary is the New Smoking: How to Reduce Your Risk of Illness ...

By Sarah Homan | June 4th, 2018

Countless studies have found a link between chronic sitting with a higher risk of many diseases including, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, […]

Vertigo De-Mystified: All You Need to know about BPPV and Vertig...

By Sarah Homan | May 14th, 2018

Earlier this year I delved into the topic of dizziness. As described in that post, there are a lot of […]

Quality Physical Therapy: Are you Getting the Best Care?

By Sarah Homan | April 25th, 2018

Quality Matters As with most things, quality trumps quantity, and Physical Therapy (PT) is no different. With rising medical costs, […]

Is Your Core a Bore

By Sarah Homan | April 6th, 2018

A brief search on Google of “core strength” yields over 8 million results. (1) With so much information available at […]

Are Those Cankles or Do you Keep Spraining your Ankles?

By Sarah Homan | March 14th, 2018

It’s March madness and everyone is tuning in to watch the big-name schools compete and hopefully see some underdog upsets. […]

Dizziness: You Spin Me Right Round, Baby Right Round

By Sarah Homan | February 21st, 2018

An Intro to Dizziness and What PTs can do. Everyone has gotten dizzy before, and dizziness can be one of […]

Habits: How to Make New Years Resolutions Stick

By Sarah Homan | February 1st, 2018

So we are one month into 2018, and who has actually kept to his or her New Years resolutions? You […]

Prevent Potential Injuries

By Sarah Homan | December 18th, 2017

You probably already know to make an appointment with a physical therapist when you sprain your ankle or develop tennis […]