Fall Wrap Up: CBPT Celebrates the End of the Season!December 17, 2015
It’s amazing how quickly time passes in autumn- the kids go back to school, holiday festivities begin, and the time change makes the day seem like it disappears! This fall, CBPT spent a lot of time focusing on injury prevention, wellness tips, and pain relief. Here’s a recap of some of fall’s best tips to keep you healthy and pain-free for winter.
Diet & Fitness
One of the most exciting aspects of fall is the fact that holiday season is approaching. For most of us that means that we get to spend time with family and friends- and often FEAST together! Luckily, to balance out the amount of feasting that is done around this time of year, our PTs offered great tips to stay motivated to eat well and keep active! Jamie Lambert, PT, DPT provided us with her top 10 tips to stay motivated to exercise. Meanwhile, Isom Allan, PT, DPT provided useful tips to look out for regarding “Fat-Free labels” and what to look out for when grocery shopping.
Brian Gunzelman, PT, DPT, was the master of recipes this fall offering THREE fantastic recipes to help keep you healthy all season long! Here are our diet & fitness tips to help you push through the holiday season and into the new year!
Our wellness tips are aimed to help make life more healthy and enjoyable. They are easy ways to get the most out of everyday routines and events. You can kind of think of them as our “PT life hacks”- they are ways that our PTs can share their expertise with you! Isom Allan, PT, DPT provided his knowledge on us about how PT can help manage diabetes. Jamie Lambert, PT, DPT similarly, wrote an article informing us what exercises to do with Sever’s disease.
Check out more wellness tips below!
Injury prevention is something our experts strongly emphasize for any season. A factor of injury prevention relies on stretching and exercising to maintain flexibility. Brian Gunzelman, PT, DPT starts football season off right with ways to stay flexible WHILE watching football. Similarly, Kimberly MacLean, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS provides tips on how to decrease stress in your lower back for gymnasts.
Beyond the sports related nature of this subject, a lot of these exercises are beneficial for ANYONE to do to remain cautious of injuring a specific part of your body. Read some of the many highlighted injury prevention blog posts below to find the best way to reduce risk of an injury.
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