Shoulder bursitis is a painful condition that affects people of all ages. The condition tends to develop more in middle-aged, elderly, and individuals who have muscle weakness. Shoulder bursitis can have many causes, but the most common is a repetitive activity, such as overhead reaching, throwing, or arm-twisting, which creates friction in the upper shoulder […]
Fend off holiday weight gain with these easy eating tricks. The Strategy: Bring Your Own Food Contribute a healthy dish to a gathering to ensure there’s something you can indulge in. Tricks to Try Eat the best-for-you offerings first. For example, hot soup as a first course―especially when it’s broth-based, not cream-based―can help you avoid eating […]
You grind it out at the gym, you chop your kale like a warrior and you pre-portion your snacks every Sunday night. You’re a wellness rock star. Or, not? What if some of your tireless efforts were in vain? What if your workouts and your snacks were working against you? Here are four healthy habits […]
Allison McKenzie, PT, DPT, recently traveled to Northern Haiti with a group of physical therapists and other medical professionals to provide healthcare to residents of Haiti through Sustainable Therapy And New Development (STAND).
Elizabeth Evans, PT, DPT, OCS, has earned the designation of Certified Pelvic Health Practitioner from the Evidence In Motion (EIM) Institute of Health Professions, becoming the first physical therapist in Oklahoma to complete the program.