We all know that adequate hydration is important for our overall health, but sometimes it can be hard to get those ounces in! If you always feel like you need to force yourself to get enough water, don’t despair! Check out these 5 tips to help stay hydrated as the weather warms up.Continue reading 5 Tips To Stay Well-Hydrated
We are counting down the days to the official start of spring and don’t have much longer to wait for its arrival. Spring officially begins on March 20, 2022, marking the start of an exciting season to revamp your exercise routine by taking it outside.
Spending time outdoors is not only fun, it also packs some proven health benefits, like the following…Continue reading Spring into Outdoor Exercise!
If you’ve visited the Progressive Spine and Rehab website lately, you might have noticed our announcement that we offer dry needling.
Not to be confused with acupuncture, dry needling requires its own training and is administered by physical therapists who have been certified in this specific technique.
Discover some of the details about dry needling, including the types of issues it is best intended to treat.Continue reading What’s the Deal with Dry Needling?
While we all know that staying active, no matter the season, is important, it can be tricky to do so during the winter. Between the snow, ice, and downright frigid temperatures, the very idea of getting out and doing much of anything is enough to inspire many of us to stay snug on the couch. Of course, the winter will come to an end, and often sooner than we realize.
For that reason and in defense of healthy habits, it’s important to stay active this winter. Ideally, most adults should shoot for a half an hour of activity at least five days per week.
Take heart, you might already be closer to achieving this goal than you think…Continue reading 3 Fun Ways to Stay Active this Winter
It’s time once more for open enrollment season at HealthCare.gov. Open enrollment runs until December 15th, 2021 and gives you an opportunity to apply and shop for new health care and dental plans in your state. You don’t want to miss out on this and be stuck without a health insurance plan for 2022.
Here’s what you should know about open enrollment.Continue reading 2021 Open Enrollment is here!