Archive for June, 2015

National Scoliosis Awareness Month

Every year, regardless of age, race, or socio-economic class, three million Americans will be diagnosed with scoliosis, the most common spinal deformity in the country. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 85% of cases will have an unidentifiable cause. So how do we prepare for a condition with no prevention methods, hazy risk factors, and unknown causes? The Scoliosis Research Society encourages early detection and education to raise awareness regarding scoliosis, especially throughout the month of June which has been named National Scoliosis Awareness Month.


Man up for National Men’s Health Month

Dad. Daddy. Stepdad. Papa. Poppy. Grandpa. Grampy. Pepere. Abuelo. Uncle. Tío. Bro. Dude. Friend. Husband. Son. Nephew. Brother. Son-in-law.

Whichever name you answer to, your health matters – especially to those who love and depend on you. June is National Men’s Health Month, and it’s a perfect time to “man up” and make your own health a priority! Overall, men could do a much better job making their health a priority.


Local Physical Therapists donate time to keep seniors moving this summer

WESTBOROUGH _ Forty-five Westborough seniors benefited from a wellness program on May 19th when Eric Cardin, Executive Director of South County Physical Therapy, Inc. (SCPT) demonstrated how to stretch their way to pain-free movement this summer. The program was held during a luncheon event at the Westborough Senior Center.

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