A Case for Movement

It seems that in modern society, movement, exercise, is an auxiliary activity. In light of the typically mundane acts of sleeping, going to work, coming home, spending time with family, playing computer games, there is little to no time given to physical activity (movement, exercise)

The Silent Disease

Swimming for Hip Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA) is not a death sentence. Is it hereditary? Is it trauma induced? Maybe both . . . or neither. What is important is that movement, strengthening and flexibility (SMF) be maintained so that operational procedures be avoided for as long as is possible

Benefits of Crossing Over

The ability to stimulate cross hemisphere communication, in relation to motor function, can help to improve and sustain cognitive abilities.