Don’t Get Grinch-y.  Get Therapy!

Don’t Get Grinch-y. Get Therapy!

It’s easy to start feeling a little grumpy when you  have nagging pain or dysfunction.  Don’t let those things steal your holiday joy!  Integrity Rehab’s physical and occupational therapists can help you get back what you’re missing so you can celebrate the holidays with high spirits and a healthy body!   Your insurance plan may
...read more

Some Knee Pain is Likely to Recur for Years if Not Properly Addressed

Some Knee Pain is Likely to Recur for Years if Not Properly Addressed

There are many reasons someone may experience knee pain. One of the most common is patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS). An estimated 26% of the population will experience PFPS. It’s even one of those orthopedic complaints that affects teens, often sidelining teenage athletes indefinitely. Several long-term studies demonstrate that symptoms continue to bother between 73% and
...read more

Biking: It’s Good for the Heart

Biking: It’s Good for the Heart

Two recent studies link people who regularly bike to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. These studies specifically looked at those who rode bikes for recreational purposes or as a means to commute to work.   The first study included nearly 54,000 adults between the ages of 50 and 65. Researchers tracked the overall exercise
...read more

A Short Walk After a Main Meal is Good for Diabetes

A Short Walk After a Main Meal is Good for Diabetes

A recent study finds that taking a 10-minute walk after a main meal resulted in lower blood glucose levels. The shorter, more frequent walks immediately after meals reduced blood glucose by around 12% compared to a single 30-minute walk each day for people with type 2 diabetes. The greatest benefit, a reduction of 22%, was
...read more

The Link Between Knee and Ankle Injuries and Proprioception

The Link Between Knee and Ankle Injuries and Proprioception

Most people take proprioception for granted, even though it is an amazing sense. Proprioception refers to your body’s ability to sense joint movement and position. If your eyes are closed and you start slowly extending your leg, you know if your foot is only a little off the ground, half way up, or at the
...read more