Avoiding Chronic Pain

Good physical and mental health can help you keep pain in check. Getting enough sleep, exercising and eating a balanced diet, reducing stress, and taking care of your health problems early can all keep your mind and body alert and active. They all also contribute to...

Benefits of Water Workouts

Whether you are trying to beat the heat or add some spice to your workout, the pool is a great option to enjoy the weather this sunny summer in Seattle! There are actually many benefits to be had from adding water workouts to your daily regime. Along with adding...

Tummy Time!

Tummy Time Tools, presented by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, provides parents with ideas and activities to make sure your baby gets enough time on their tummy throughout the day, while awake and supervised. These activities include handling, carrying,...

Physical Therapy and Chronic Pain

When you experience great pain on a day-to-day basis it can be very hard to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Chronic pain can lead to inactivity, which in turn can cause injury due to weakened joints and tissues. Overuse of opioids to treat chronic pain has become an...

Cancer Related Fatigue (CRF) and Rehabilitation

With advancement in technology and healthcare science, the way we are treating cancer is ever evolving. As we shift to comprehensive wellness – treating the whole person rather than the disease – cancer survivorship stays on an uphill climb, as does...

Knee Pain

Knee pain can be caused by disease or injury. The most common disease affecting the knee is osteoarthritis. Knee injuries can occur as the result of a direct blow or sudden movement that strains the knee beyond its normal range of movement. Knee pain caused by an...