Dread the Scales? There’s a Better Way to Measure Your Health

Scales

In January, we’re often overloaded with so many weight loss messages, that even the most confident of us can feel under pressure to lose weight… And those of us who may not even need to shed a few pounds, begin to question if they should try to or not. So a lot of us end…

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Using the Power of Friendship to Stick to Your New Year’s Resolutions

Friends Exercise

We’re now approaching the middle of January and by now, statistically speaking, a lot of us have already pushed aside the new year’s resolutions we made for 2020. Can you relate? Or are you still going strong? If your resolutions have come to a standstill, or even if you’re still going strong, we want to…

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4 Tips to Help You Stick to Healthy Habits in the New Year

New Year Goals

Are you ready to ring in the new year? 2020 will be here before you know it, and although this past month has been full of errands, sweet treats and lounging around watching Christmas movies, it will all be over soon! Getting back to reality can stink. But, it can be even worse if you…

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5 Tips to Stay Healthy This Christmas

Feet Up

December is almost over! Which means… Mariah Carey is following you everywhere you go, it’s acceptable to eat chocolate for breakfast and there’s an endless supply of peppermint lattes everywhere you look. Without a doubt, the holiday season is a blast. But if we’re being honest, it’s also a time of stress and excess. You’re…

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Tips to Keep Active, Healthy, and Feeling Great This Season

Autumn Walk

With those long summer days nearly behind us, it can be easy to forget the benefits of getting outside when we should let the cooler temperatures allow us to spend time outside… People tend to stop exercising completely and spend more time indoors doing things like watching TV and sitting for longer periods of time.…

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5 Reasons Why Running When It’s Cold Is Good For You

Running Cold Whether

I’m going to guess that you’re reading this article because you enjoy running (or know someone who does)… Or you’ve read the title and thought it sounds crazy – what could possibly be good about running in the cold, right? I’m not going to pretend that I ‘enjoy’ stepping outside on a fresh cold morning…

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Dread The Scales? There’s A Better Way To Measure Your Health

Scales

In January, we’re overloaded with so many weight loss messages, that even the most confident of us can feel under pressure to lose weight… …And those of us who may not even need to shed a few pounds, question if they should be trying to or not. So a lot of us end up logging…

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Tips To Ease Aches & Protect Your Joints From Damage When It’s Cold

Cold Bones

It’s been cold the last couple of weeks here in Southwest. And because it’s been chilly out, we’ve had a lot more people than usual struggling with aches and pains in their joints call up their physical therapists for help. Have you been feeling the cold in your bones too? If you have, and you’ve…

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Simple Ways To Keep Your Memory Sharp No Matter What Age You Are

Memory Loss

One of the things we worry about most as we get older is our memory, and the thought of it gradually getting worse. How do I know this? Because, a lot of people we see in my clinic are aged 50+, and it’s one of the most common conversations we hear before people step in…

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5 Tips to Stay Healthy This Christmas

Relaxing

It’s midway through December! which means… Mariah Carey is following you everywhere, it’s acceptable to eat chocolate for breakfast, and there’s an endless supply of peppermint lattes and cookie tins everywhere you go (and you always end up eating some). No doubt the festive season is a blast but… if we’re being honest – it’s…

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