Blogs about Physical Therapy

Monday, July 21, 2014
Health and Fitness
What is anorexia nervosa?Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder that affects around 1% of people, some 90% of whom will be female. It is typified by a distorted body image with sufferers believing that they are fat irrespective of the fact that that might be grossly emaciated. This causes them to become obsessive about their weight and what they eat, leading them to control their eating or avoid food, as well as to purge after bouts of binge eating.
Saturday, July 05, 2014
Health and Fitness Articles
Do you want to increase your body muscle mass? Well, there are lots of testosterone boosters in the market with crazy mass review equal to the task. Research has proven that testosterone therapy does not only improve your physical well-being but also comes with a whole pack of benefits. It enhances your sexual urge or libido, increases your concentration and lastly, boosts your energy level significantly. Conversely, as you drink from this rich well of benefits be aware! These boosters may be deleterious to your health.
Wednesday, April 09, 2014 • Helena, MT 59601
Yoga is a way of using our minds and bodies to feel good (therapeutic effects). Try cow's face (ghomukhasana) arms for shoulder flexibility and care. Use yoga breathing (pranayama) for energy and filtered air. Practice swan-feather pose (pinca-hamsasana) for lumbago and mind/body awareness. These poses are anecdotel for me and may help you too.
Sunday, February 02, 2014 • New York, NY 10010
Hector Lozada's Blog
Approximately 50% of people who sustain a lateral ankle sprain does not seek treatment. A recent study suggests that lateral ankle sprains left untreated results in long-term ankle instability. On the long run, an unstable ankle may develop osteoarthritis. If you had a mild ankle sprain for the first time, you will benefit from a home program to promote healing and regain the ankle stability. This type of program takes about 4 to 6 weeks. If you had a moderate to severe sprain, immobilization is recommended followed by supervised PT.