ISSUE 129 / 2020 In Person or Virtual? Maybe Both! Some folks I know have decided they are never going to shop in person again. Order and pick up is the new way to get groceries. And just like shopping, PT has changed. Virtual physical therapy has quickly moved from a niche offering to mainstream.
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December 2020 Our Wish for You As the year draws to a close and I reflect on the many losses felt around the world, I think about what keeps each of us going through all the turmoil. What comforts, supports and soothes us? That universal need for human connection – which is central to well-being,
ISSUE 127 / 2020 Decisions Critical to Your Health Signing up for Medicare is more like rocket science than you think. It’s critical to understand what you are getting. With so many choices, patients enroll and often have no idea of their benefits. Most people with traditional Medicare also buy a supplement. Medicare Part B
ISSUE 125 / 2020 Positive Physiologic Changes with Masks Many of us are wearing masks when we step out of the house these days (according to the State of Colorado, we all have to wear masks in public indoor spaces like ALTA). You might have noticed: a piece of material covering your nose and mouth
NO EASY ANSWERS JUNE 2020 You’ve delayed coming in, hoping that things would change. I get that. No one wants to expose themselves to any risk that is not absolutely necessary. But if nagging pain is talking more loudly than ever, it may be time to consider your options. What are the consequences of delaying
When Protection Becomes a Problem Barb saw the truck in the rear-view mirror and braced. Her hands gripped the wheel, every muscle in her body was tense when the truck hit. After three months, those muscles still haven’t let go-she feels a stiffness or tightness that no amount of stretching eliminates. When Barb saw the