Happy Holidays everyone from Red Canyon Physical Therapy in Frederick, Maryland, and now our newest location in Hagerstown, Maryland. As we approach this holiday season and you’re trying to figure out what to get some of your friends and family members, Red Canyon has some great gift ideas we want to share with you. The best news is they are fairly inexpensive. Check these great items out: Read more
Red Canyon Physical Therapy in Frederick, MD wants to wish you and your families a happy and healthy holiday season! With that said, we want to share with you some healthy holiday tips during this time of year. Here are 20 tips to help you stay healthy during the holidays:
1. Know that eating desserts or unhealthy foods in moderation is okay! Don’t get down on yourself for sneaking in one of Santa’s cookies.
2. Stay hydrated.
The Fall sport season is right around the corner! Red Canyon Physical Therapy in Frederick, Maryland wants your student athlete feeling great. We also know that with the start of a new school year and a new sports team, the beginning of the season can be tough. Whether your student is lacing up in the black and gold for the Frederick High School Cadets, or any other team in the region, there are many factors that can help student athletes have a great tryout and season.
What are functional foods and how can they help reduce pain? Functional foods are not clearly defined as the qualities they posses and their role in health are constantly evolving. In general a Functional Food is a food that you consume for its bioactive components for health related purposes. These bioactive components are best consumed raw as heat alters the properties of food and may in some cases make the bioactive components, well, less active.
What is Inflammation? Our job as Physical Therapists and Wellness Providers is to help you feel better and move pain free as quickly as possible. When you have an injury your body becomes inflamed at the injury site. Inflammation is a natural immune response designed to promote blood flow to injured areas in an effort to heal the injury site. Imagine you fall and bump your head (injury site). The response of your body is for that area to swell, become warm and hurt (a result of blood flow to the area). This is called the inflammatory response; Pain is a result of this response and as you heal pain should be reduced.
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