Dance is an activity that doubles as an art form and an excellent source of exercise to maintain a strong balance of fitness. That being said, dance certainly has its challenges, both mentally as well as physically. For those who dance, it is especially important to stay healthy and always strive to develop a more toned technique. If injuries should arise, it is also imperative that the best care possible is available to return dancers back to the floor faster.
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Physical Therapy today is dramatically different than it was in its infancy. Ancient healers acknowledged the benefits of exercise, massage, and manipulation of the joints. The modern physical therapist was born of developments in orthopedics, through attempts to help people with Polio, and in response to returning veterans in WWI and WWII. As medicine advanced during the World Wars, surgeons were able to repair and save limbs and young soldiers needed help reclaiming their function.
As 2013 comes to a close, snow, holidays and resolutions come to mind. Year after year the ceremonious flip of the calendar into the New Year offers us time to reflect, take stock and set goals for 2014. Fitness Centers will be full of “Resolutioners” doing treadmill workouts, spin classes, yoga and more. This year it will be different! However, by February, the regulars will get their machines back and the “Resolutioners” will slowly drop off and garner a new name… the “Excusers.”
In the approximate time it will take you to read this blog, six people will have been diagnosed with diabetes.
Diabetes is a metabolic disease in which the body’s inability to produce any or enough insulin causes elevated levels of glucose in the blood. This can be toxic to a person’s cells and lead to many underlying health issues.