October Rehab News

BLOG: Taking Care of Your Joints Joint pain is one of the most common forms of pain for aging adults. As you age, the fluid that lubricates your joints decreases and the cartilage that lines your joints becomes thinner. This causes your joints to become stiff, less...

A fun craft to get into the fall spirit!

Leaf Motif Pumpkins Greet trick-or-treaters and well-wishers with a wheelbarrow stuffed full of painted on and decoupaged leaf motif pumpkins. Bulk up the display with no extra work by including loads of varying size and color pumpkins Make decoupage leaf pumpkins:...

August Rehab News

BLOG: Yardwork Safety Tips Yardwork and gardening can be very rewarding and pleasurable activities for all ages. Bending, stretching, and pulling weeds from standing or sitting is great physical exercise. However, it can often lead to back pain, sore muscles, joint...

Raising Awareness About Preventable Injuries

CDC:  Still Going Strong CDC’s Still Going Strong campaign speaks directly to older adults, age 65 and older, and their caregivers. We want to raise awareness about preventable injuries among older adults. This campaign has two goals: Educate about common risk factors...

July Rehab News

BLOG: A Good Night’s Sleep A common challenge that many seniors face is getting a good night’s sleep. As you age, you may notice that you nap more during the day, feel tired earlier at night, have trouble falling asleep, or wake up in the middle of the night and...