What once was a burgeoning physical therapy practice is now an innovative health care company with a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. We expanded our mission from the original focus on recovery to one of finding balance in all pillars of one’s health: stress, exercise, recovery and nutrition.
As cold weather takes over the Northeast, it becomes increasingly difficult to play golf outside. Yet the off-season does not have to be an excuse to stop training, but an opportunity to sharpen your golf skills using precise data analysis. Listen to our podcast, Optimal Health Uncovered, in which our hosts discuss how golfers can use TrackMan technology to do just that.
Our TPI Certified professionals love the game of golf. They are fascinated with the game and the way it affects the body. They are constantly researching ways to improve a golfer’s swing, and part of that research includes exploring how nutrition affects the body. Here is an article on how superfood nutrition can give a someone an edge on the golf course that our experts recommended to their clients — and now want to share with you, too.
When you play a game of golf, it is not just mental stress that can take a toll on you, but physical stress, too. Take a deep dive into how playing golf can affect your lower back and lead to overuse injuries, detracting from performance and health.
The golf swing places extreme stress on your body, increasing your risk of aches, pains and injuries. Proper stretching can lessen that risk and allow a golfer to play better — and longer. Learn key stretches you should do to aid your body in its recovery and lower your risk of injury.
Life can be stressful, so it is important to take a step back and let your mind rest. Whether you have a free hour or just five minutes, you can benefit from meditation. Don’t know how to meditate? We compiled a list of apps you can use to get started.
Whether you are working from home since the coronavirus outbreak or are now getting back into the office, workspace ergonomics is very important to your overall health and wellness. Your ergonomics play into your overall ability to perform in the workplace.
No matter how much we take care of our bodies while we are awake, sleeping poorly can erase many of those gains. In order to be successful, happy and healthy, we must pay attention to the quality of the sleep we are getting.
Working from home means eating lunch is a whole different ballgame: cooking can get boring, or you can run out of ideas. Here are some tips and tricks to combat that boredom and find new ways to enjoy your lunch.