Physical Therapists Caution Pokémon Go Enthusiasts to Ease into Game-playing [Kenosha, WI Aug 2016] –Quickly becoming a global phenomenon, the popular mobile game Pokémon Go has given inactive Americans everywhere a reason to lace up their sneakers, head outside, and leave their recliners collecting dust. But some physical therapists say not so fast. Though applauding
[July 2016] –There are countless solutions available these days to help improve the public’s health, activity level and sports performance. But first things first: just how fit—or unfit—are you? Can you walk up two flights of stairs without becoming fatigued? Are you able to sleep through the night and wake in the morning without pain?
Kenosha, WI – May 5th 2016 – A quick change in direction on the soccer field or a shaky landing following an explosive jump on the basketball court can spell trouble for the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). Each year, the United States sees anywhere from 80,000 to 250,000 ACL injuries, resulting in about 100,000 ACL
Kenosha, WI - May 5th 2015. The critically acclaimed film Concussion has brought the subject of concussion into a new light for athletes across the United States. In the public health exposé, Will Smith portrays a Nigerian forensic pathologist who fights the National Football League’s efforts to bury research on the brain damage suffered by