Westborough _ On September 23rd, South County Physical Therapy, Inc. (SCPT), a top physical therapy provider in Central Massachusetts, participated in the YMCA’s Community Health Fair which benefited citizens in honor of National Falls Prevention Awareness Day. The free event, which took place at the Boroughs Family Branch YMCA, on 4 Valente Drive in Westborough, drew members of the YMCA and community residents eager to learn about fall prevention strategies.
Archive for October, 2015
WESTBOROUGH – This October, South County Physical Therapy, Inc. (SCPT) a regional wellness leader, is proud to celebrate National Physical Therapy Month, in conjunction with the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). The focus of this year’s month-long commemoration is on healthy aging and the benefits of physical therapy to aid longevity.
October is National Physical Therapy Month, which means there’s a lot to celebrate at South County Physical Therapy, Inc. (SCPT). With six convenient locations throughout Central Massachusetts, nearly a century of combined physical therapists experience, and more than 1 million patient visits, SCPT would like to thank its patients for 30 wonderful years – and counting!
Westborough _ In correlation with National Bladder Health Week in November, South County Physical Therapy, Inc. (SCPT) will join forces with UMass Memorial Medical Center’s Department of Urogynecology to shed light on the topic of pelvic floor disorders. This condition, which affects millions of individuals, is often neglected due to its sensitive nature.
It is human nature for mankind to adapt to its surroundings. Over thousands of centuries, our ancestors have evolved to become taller, smarter, less hairy, and more upright. However, advances in modern technology are creating a new challenge. Human posture is becoming increasingly compressed due to the overuse of mobile devices and dependency on social media. This physiological shift is resulting in children and adults of all ages becoming unofficially diagnosed with what many are calling “text neck” syndrome.