Final Marathon Race Tips From Robert Forster PT EXTREME HEAT FORECASTED FOR SUNDAY This year's marathon is going to be hot and dry, which could be a recipe for disaster if you are not prepared.
15 REASONS TO WALK! HIIT workouts and gym memberships may seem like obvious health and fitness choices; but they're not for everyone. There's something you do every day that can provide just as
1. How allergies change as we age 60-80% of children outgrow egg and dairy allergies by the time they are 16. However, for those kids that don't overcome allergies in their teens, they may have them
Matt Larkin, PHASE IV Exercise Specialist THE DEAD BUG Core strengthening and stability exercises have become key components of training programs for individuals of all fitness levels
By Shelby Stoner, PHASE IV Exercise Physiologist FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Each year, 50% of Americans over the age of 18 develop a musculoskeletal injury that lasts longer than 3 months. That’s 108 million
By Ron Berry, P.T., Director of Rehab Services With the Winter Olympics in full swing so many of us will be tuning in to the Short Track Speed Skating Events to catch some of the excitement of the
Chapter 9: Rehabbing Running Injuries Plantar Fasciitis: Anatomy and Function of the Plantar Fascia An Excerpt from “Healthy Running Step by Step” By Robert Forster, P.T. & Roy M. Wallack The
By Robert Forster, PT & and Shelby Stoner, PHASE IV Exercise Physiologist You wake up in the morning and limp to the bathroom, as the sore knee that use to be stiff occasionally, is now painful