To learn more about the importance of the families who visit and trust us with their wellness and health needs, watch/listen our podcast and read of blog. Enjoy!
HSA stands for Health Saving Account and FSA stands for Flexible Spending Account. There is a big difference between the two and every insurance company is different.
FSA and HSA plans are like personal savings accounts. However, the funds in the accounts can only be used for qualifying medical expenses.
To learn more, watch our podcast on how to best use your HSA or FSA at Sports Performance. Enjoy!
Physical therapy is done differently at Sports Performance. A unique mission which is making to stay healthy and active for life. Nonetheless, the journey of getting there is what we want to explain to you during this month of October. Check out our latest blog to learn what is Physical Therapy at SP. Enjoy!
Shoulder pain is very common after a long and stressful day at work or school. One of the ways shoulder pain can ease up, is by having better quality of sleep. Check out our latest blog to learn more about how proper sleep can help you reduce shoulder pain. Enjoy!
Do you know if proper sleep can actually help you during your weight loss journey? Check out our latest blog to learn more about how sleep and nutrition go hand in hand. Enjoy!
Learn three tips that every beginner who wishes to embark on a fitness journey should know before starting his or her workout program. Check out our latest blog to be ready to go to the gym and understand the basics of a safe and successful workout. Enjoy!
Men over the dreaded 40’s may feel their best years have reached a peak. When in reality, there is huge potential to be in the best shape of their life. In today’s blog, Dr. Chris reveals the 3 things you can do to stay fit after 40 and look and feel, amazing. Enjoy!
Motherhood can be both a blessing and a challenge for many women who have to fight issues such as incontinence, weak pelvic floor, low back pain, and so much more…
Read our latest blog to know how mothers can treat and overcome all the implications of being an amazing mom. Enjoy!
Feet are the foundation of everything you do. While you might think that runners, soccer players, or jumping athletes would benefit most from foot strength, it is important for everyone to have strong feet. Think about it this way- if you’re standing, running, or jumping, you need to have a solid foundation! In this month’s blog we tell you 3 reasons why you need to focus on making your feet strong.
Your feet are the first contact point to the ground so it’s important to provide the correct support. Without diving too much into an anatomy lesson, people either have high arches or low arches or somewhere in between. These arches can also be rigid or flexible determined during an assessment with your Physical Therapist. This is where excellent quality shoes and orthotics are helpful! Never skimp on anything that separates you from the floor! I’ve learned this the hard way wearing cheap shoes with no support and sleeping on an Amazon mattress during college. Today Dr. Jason dives into the benefits of orthotics and 3 reasons why they may be necessary for you.
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