Adam King

Megan Mansell

Exercising for Seniors

As we age, there is a tendency to become more sedentary and there can be a number of reasons for this; however, remaining physically active is crucial in maintaining function, independence, and quality of life

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Jackson Free

Blood Flow Restriction

Blood flow restriction training or BFR training is a variation of exercise which sees individuals wear a cuff to limit blood flow to specific muscles during exercise. BFR training is performed to change the type

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Using Exercise to Help Manage PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it. The consequences of such an event are a group of stress reactions, which produce a

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Lateral Hip Pain

Lateral hip pain is a blanket term covering multiple conditions including greater trochanteric pain syndrome (GTPS), hip bursitis, gluteal tendinopathy, and gluteal tears. This condition affects anywhere from 10-25% of the population and can equate

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Intensity: How and Why You Should Track It

  When it comes to deciding what exercise will be most beneficial for an individual it is important to consider the Frequency, Intensity, Time & Type of exercise or the FITT principle.  This article is

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