Monthly Archives: June 2012

What do 10 million Americans have in common? Osteoporosis

What do 10 million Americans have in common? Osteoporosis: what exactly is it and how does one prevent it in the first place? As physical therapists, we evaluate to find a diagnosis and treat accordingly. But so many times I think we miss the first step of this which is prevention. What can one do […]

Sea Squirts are beautiful, but the lessons we can learn from them…

The lessons of the Sea Squirt are repeated often, but it bears repeating as it relates to the ultimate “use it or lose it” phenomenon.  The beautiful Sea Squirts can come in many shapes and colors and are from the Tunicate family.  They are filter feeders and live off of plankton and other organic material they pump through […]