Tax season is upon us, and whether or not you’re an accountant or tax professional, chances are good that you’ll be spending some extra time working at the computer
The concept of adding years to one’s life is as old as time itself. We’ve been searching for the proverbial fountain of youth for centuries, and while modern medicine
I recently listened to Tim Ferris’ podcast which had Peter Attia, MD, on as a guest. In it, Dr. Attia spoke about what he hopes to be able to
New Year’s Day has come and gone, and you may find yourself with renewed motivation to take another shot at those recurring New Year’s resolutions. While weight loss is
As the year comes to a close, we want to take a moment to express our sincere appreciation for the trust you've placed in us as your healthcare providers.
Chances are good that nearly everyone reading this has had someone in their life affected by age-related cognitive decline, commonly referred to as dementia. According to the Alzheimer's Association,
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I recently had the pleasure of meeting Shirley, a 73-year-old physical therapy patient. When I asked her what brought her to me, she replied “my world is shrinking, and
One of the most common questions physical therapy patients ask goes something like this: "My _____ always hurts when I _____. I usually just try to ignore the pain
One of the most common musculoskeletal problems that occurs in adults over the age of 30 is irritation of the rotator cuff. When the rotator cuff muscles and tendons