There are many people who would argue that walking is a better form of exercise than running or vice versa. In reality, each of these forms of exercise have some benefits that separate it from the other. In this review, we will identify the risks versus rewards of both to help identify what type of program is right for you. Read more
The medical community continues to learn more about COVID-19 and the way it affects the body. While some people are able to recover at home with little difficulty, others need hospital-level care. There is also a subset of patients with symptoms that persist for weeks to months after the initial illness. Read more
Have you ever heard the phrase “the best defense is a good offense?” While it may seem to just apply to sports, it turns out that this concept applies to humans as well!
Most people know that exercise can prevent injuries to your muscles, joints, and bones, but recent research has proven that exercising regularly can also reduce your risk of hospitalization in the case of COVID-19 infection. Read more
We find ourselves in extraordinary times. Because we are Physical Therapists, healthcare is our business and helping people to overcome issues is what we do. An individual’s healthcare issue recovery plan during these days is in question when leaving your home can be deemed “risky”. There is not a playbook on each how individual should handle their unique case. We at Red Canyon Physical Therapy certainly cannot make the decision for you. What we can do is offer some facts regarding the pandemic to allow you to make your most informed healthcare decisions. According to the CDC. Read more
It’s that time of year again – summer is now over and children all across the area will be returning to school. As students prepare for another year of learning, backpacks will be filled with school supplies, computers, and books. Most individuals simply think about the convenience-purpose of wearing a backpack and do not realize the significance of proper backpack use. What is the proper way to wear a backpack and does a certain wearing technique correlate to back pain in the future?
It’s natural to want to lose weight, quit smoking, or start a new hobby, but the team at Red Canyon Physical Therapy in Frederick, Maryland wants to help you commit to a different resolution. It should go without saying, but there are a number of unexpected additional health benefits that come from staying consistent with a physical therapy regimen. Therefore, it’s imperative patients see their physical therapy program through until the end.
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.