February Rehab News

BLOG: Keep Moving for Your Heart! Research shows regular exercise can slow cardiovascular aging. As you age and become less active, your heart just like any other muscle in your body can weaken. Healthy blood vessels are flexible however with age blood vessels can...

January Rehab News

BLOG: Live Pain Free in 2019! More people in America suffer from pain than diabetes, cancer and heart disease combined. When pain lasts for a long time (3 to 6 months or more), it is called chronic pain. The CDC recently released a report estimating that 50 million...

A Guide to Seasonal Flu for Seniors

Article by Aging.com When fall rolls around, the weather begins changes, you start to get in the holiday spirit, and… almost everyone gets sick? This isn’t a coincidence. The colder weather coincides with the beginning of flu season—a time when people being diagnosed...

October Rehab News

BLOG: Balance and Fall Prevention Balance disorders are very common in older adults and are a major cause of falls. Balance problems can lead to injury, disability, loss of independence, and a limited quality of life. Maintaining proper balance and sense of body...