Neurological Benefits of Exercise
Physical activity has been central in the life of humans for most of our history, shaping our evolutionary physiology and needs. However, recent times have featured READ MORE
Exercising When You Have Muscle Tremor
Deterioration of fine motor skills and shakiness can make exercising a challenge when you have muscle tremor. Luckily, there are ways that you can exercise safely and READ MORE
Balance Training to Prevent Falls  
Neurological diseases affect the brain and nerves found in the spinal cord and peripheral nervous system in many people. Moreover, aging is an unavoidable part of life that READ MORE
Recovery Trajectory after Spinal Cord Injury 
Spinal cord injuries can be devastating to patients’ daily life and function. The extent of recovery depends greatly on the injury itself, and each patient’s trajectory READ MORE
Returning to Exercise After Concussion 
Every year, at least 3.8 million concussions occur in the United States, at least one million of which cause mild brain injuries . Returning to exercise after a concussion is READ MORE
Types of Achilles Injuries 
The Achilles tendon, located at the back of your lower leg, plays a crucial role in movement and stability. It is the largest and strongest tendon in the human body, connecting READ MORE
Physical Rehabilitation After COVID
Physical rehabilitation plays a crucial role in helping patients regain muscle strength, respiratory function, and overall mobility after severe illness from COVID-19. The READ MORE
Recovery Process for Hip Fracture 
Hip fracture is a global health problem . It is very common among older people and associated with 18 to 33% increased one-year mortality, as well as poor, incomplete long-term READ MORE