December Rehab News

BLOG: Winter Risk for Slips and Trips Along with colder temperatures, winter brings us fresh crisp air, crackling fires, and glistening snow. Winter temperatures also pose many health risks, especially for older adults. While falls can happen year-round, winter can be...

November Rehab News

BLOG: Healthy Habits to Benefit Your Brain and Body Although research is still developing, there is strong evidence that people leading a healthy lifestyle can lower their risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. By following these tips, you...

October Rehab News

BLOG:  Knee Pain The knee joint is the largest and most complex joint in the body. Enduring a significant amount of stress, the knee acts as a support system for our body when sitting, walking, running, and climbing. The number of moving parts in the knee that makes...

September Rehab News

BLOG:  Keep Moving for Better Health As we get older, society tells us to take it easy and rest. However, research shows that this whole “sitting around all day” can actually do us more harm than good. According to the CDC, statistics show that 75% of older adults are...