Parkinson’s disease…it doesn’t have to be the end of the road

As baby boomers enter their golden years, there is new emphasis on maintaining quality of life in those years. This requires that there be a variety of treatment options available, including those elements that one can do on their own, to promote continued vitality and engagement in community, as well as preferred leisure pursuits.   We… Read More

Common training mistakes and how to avoid them

I work with and meet hundreds of runners every year. During the Bellin Run training runs I get a lot of questions that refer to training mistakes.  My goal and mission is to make sure people have fun while training for the Bellin Run and can get to race day injury free and in the… Read More

Physical Therapy Blog on Falling

Falls are a serious problem, one that many people are concerned about either for themselves or for a loved one. Rightfully so, as one in five falls leads to a serious injury and each year, 2.5 million older people are treated in the emergency room for fall injuries.  At least 250,000 older people are hospitalized… Read More