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  • 10 Exercises to Do in the Pool

    Pool (aquatic) exercise provides many benefits, including an ideal environment to exercise throughout the year. The buoyancy of the water supports a portion of your body weight making it easier to move in the water and improve your flexibility. The water also provides resistance to movements, which helps to strengthen muscles. Pool exercises can also improve agility, balance, and cardiovascular fitness. Many types of conditions greatly benefit from pool exercise, including arthritis, fibromyalgia, back pain, joint replacements, neurological, and balance conditions. The pool environment also reduces the risk of falls when compared to exercise on land.


  • Pitcher's Elbow in Young Baseball Players

    Pitcher’s elbow is an injury that occurs along the inside of the elbow, often seen in young baseball players. While players (typically 9 to 14 years old) are developing, the repetitive and forceful nature of overhead throwing can result in this condition.


  • Why Exercise Doesn't Have to Be a Chore

    Regularly participating in physical activity can improve your physical, mental, and psychological health. It is no secret that activity can make us healthier physically, but it can also help us recover more quickly from injury and illness, improve our brain function, memory, attitude, and our general outlook on life.


  • Suffering With Foot and Ankle Pain? A Physical Therapist Can Help.

    Foot and ankle pain can be caused by trauma, such as occurs with a sports injury or a fall. Many people, however, are surprised to learn our normal daily activities or an increase in our activity level can also lead to foot and ankle pain and can even cause damage to one of the many structures within the foot and ankle.


  • How to Improve Your Posture

    We have heard that good posture is important. After all, our mothers would be disappointed if we didn't at least acknowledge that standing and sitting up straight was something to aim for. But why is "good posture" so good?


  • Concussions: A Physical Therapist's Guide for Parents and Athletes

    According to the CDC, a concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury—or TBI—caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or by a hit to the body that causes the head and brain to move rapidly back and forth. This sudden movement can cause the brain to bounce around or twist in the skull, stretching the nerve tissue and causing a temporary impairment or altered brain function. This impairment is a direct result of chemical changes in the brain following a concussion.



More Testimonials

  • No More Back Pain!

    Coming to ProCare, I've learned many different stretches and exercises to keep from having this pain any longer... I recommend anyone with any type of pain or discomfort to begin their road to comfort and recovery with the ProCare team!

    - Katie B., ProCare Physical Therapy Patient
  • Back to Teaching!

    After just a month with ProCare, I am virtually pain-free. I can now teach a class and walk over a mile at a brisk pace.

    - Susan O., ProCare Physical Therapy Patient
  • No More Headache Medication!

    This has been the longest I have gone without having to take medication... which makes me EXTREMELY happy. Thanks, ProCare!

    - Caitlin S., ProCare Physical Therapy Patient