5 Big Mistakes People with Incontinence Make It started her senior year in high school – just a little bit of leaking during volleyball practice – but by the time she sought help, incontinence was impacting her whole life. She was miserable and she was not alone. Although urinary incontinence is a widespread problem, sufferers
February 2019 GOOD NEWS FOR WEEKEND WARRIORS Weekdays are always a mad dash. You run out the door in the nick of time, do the school drop off, head to work, slide into your chair and kiss the desk. You work all day and run out in time for afternoon car pool. After a jam-packed
January 2019 Misunderstood Injuries – Overuse is Over Used By Ross Bodine, PT, DPT, FAAOMPT You’re running along just fine and your right knee starts to hurt – just a little – and it keeps on hurting – just a little bit more. You’ve been hitting it pretty hard lately and start to wonder if
December 2018 Winter Exercise – Five Surprising Benefits My road bike has been “tucked in” for the winter. Even with the unusually warm weather in Boulder, I have switched to gym workouts and weekend hikes. And I’m not the only one. Have you tried to find an open treadmill on Monday morning? But, compelling information
UNEXPECTED CONSEQUENCES-YOUTH SPORTS We all know kids who specialize in a single sport. The advantages seem obvious. Putting in more time early and working harder than the competition leads to a better chance of success later, right? Even though that seems to make sense, early specialization may not be giving kids the advantages parents imagine.
TRANSITIONS October 2018 SAYING GOODBYE IS SO HARD TO DO I get a lump in my throat at the thought of this: Though we have been blessed to have Mary McClure as part of our healing profession for over 40 years, (almost 20 years at ALTA), she is retiring on December 20th. We are not