Tag: dementia

6 Easy Steps to Reduce Cabin Fever this Winter Season

By Amy Gabriel | January 5th, 2021

There may not be a blizzard coming our way, but quarantine may have you feeling some cabin fever. Cabin fever […]

8 Crazy Nights: At Home Holiday Workout

By Sarah Homan | December 11th, 2020

It is the holiday season (in case the radio or stores haven’t notified you). We all have loosened our belts […]

Top 5 Holiday Exercises to Up your Gift Wrapping Game

By Amy Gabriel | December 10th, 2020

Store shelves and wallets are emptying as everyone makes a mad dash for some last-minute gift-giving. With boxes coming in […]

Action Potential: "Best of Delco" Physical Therapy

By Sarah Homan | November 19th, 2020

In October, word came via email that Action Potential won 2020 Best of Delco in three categories: Best Physical Medicine […]

Winter Motivation Tips: Fight SAD(ness) with Exercise

By Amy Gabriel | November 4th, 2020

As the seasons are changing, fall turns to winter, days are becoming shorter and the weather is becoming colder. For […]

Sciatica: Top Exercises to Kick the Pain in your Butt

By Sarah Homan | October 16th, 2020

Sciatica can be a real pain in the butt, literally! 40% of American’s experience it which impacts the quality of […]

Top 6 Plyometric Exercises For Active Older Adults

By Sarah Homan | October 1st, 2020

In 2020 many of us have been stuck at home and our normal routines shifted. A positive from this is […]

Top Conditions Physical Therapists Treat

By Amy Gabriel | September 24th, 2020

When most people think Physical Therapy, orthopedic and sports injuries tend to be some of the first ideas to come […]

Telemedicine Physical Therapy: PT Goes Virtual

By Amy Gabriel |

The world changed a lot over the past 6 months. People are now working from home, zooming for school, and […]