fitness Articles
Yoga Poses for Pelvic Pain
Thursday, September 17th, 2015 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
By Casie Danenhauer Over the last year Ive had the joy of creating a yoga-based physical therapy intervention program for our patients with pelvic pain. I have also had the pleasure to be asked to teach a yoga workshop to a group of physicians and physical therapists at the Inter... Read more
The Ultimate Solution To Help Mothers Reconnect With Their Bodies And Rebuild Post-Baby Foundations
Thursday, September 10th, 2015 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
By Wendy Powell,Postpartum Exercise Expert,Founder CEO of MuTu System This information relates to every woman who is having, has had, or will ever have a baby, who wants to regain full use and look of her beautiful pre-baby body who doesnt. Whether she has just had a baby, has te... Read more
8 Pregnancy Tips from a Pelvic Health Physical Therapist /Mom
Thursday, August 6th, 2015 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
By Melinda Fontaine I recall being eight months pregnant treating other pregnant women or new moms. I would always hear, How are you still working full time on your feet I still think the most honest answer is, Pure luck. Every pregnancy is different, and there are a lot of thing... Read more
9 Ways to Overcome Back Pain
Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 by eHealthGuide
You may have experienced back pain before—eight out of 10 people experience back pain at some point in their lives, especially as they age. When it occurs, your back may ache for a few days, or a few weeks, depending on the cause. It is during these times that you may ... Read more
The Dangers of Sports Drinks and Energy Drinks
Tuesday, August 19th, 2014 by eHealthGuide
On any given day, we find ourselves zapped of all our energy, yet we must press on. An energy drink, to some, seems like the logical answer when it comes to helping us get over that afternoon slump. And if you're an active person, you might even reach for a sports drink after ... Read more
Top 3 Asthma Triggers & How to Avoid Them
Monday, May 19th, 2014 by eHealthGuide
Asthma is a condition characterized by inflammation of the bronchial tubes. Those with asthma experience attacks when their airways inflame, tighten, or fill with mucus. This can lead to symptoms such as coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, and chest pain or pressur... Read more
Top Reasons To Keep Your Children Fit And Healthy
Wednesday, March 5th, 2014 by mike
Keeping children fit and healthy is incredibly important and isnt just about helping them to avoid weight gain. If you allow your children to be sedentary, then even if they look fine they will likely be suffering from a range of issues and it will be affecting them in more ways ... Read more
Improve Your Brain Health with Food & Games
Tuesday, January 21st, 2014 by eHealthGuide
When you think about healthy living, staying active and fit, eating well and avoiding unhealthy lifestyle choices, probably come to mind. Speaking of your mind, the health of your brain and its functions are just as important to care for as your body. Because there is still so... Read more
Is Walking the Best Exercise of All Time?
Tuesday, November 19th, 2013 by eHealthGuide
Recent studies strongly indicate that taking a brisk walk on a regular basis can be even more effective on a person’s overall health than running or jogging. Surprisingly, runners and walkers use equal amounts of energy. How can that happen? Walkers actually spend long... Read more
Exercise Versus Drugs for Heart Disease, Stroke and Diabetes
Monday, October 14th, 2013 by Dr. Robert Wascher
A new study shows that exercise is at least as effective as drugs in reducing death rates from heart disease, stroke and diabetes. EXERCISE VERSUS DRUGS FOR HEART DISEASE, STROKE AND DIABETES Coronary artery disease, stroke and diabetes are among the most common causes of disabil... Read more
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