Top 5 Volleyball Related Injuries Seen in Youth Athletes

Believe it or not the sport of volleyball has been around since 1895 and started at a YMCA. It was designed as a combination of basketball, tennis, baseball, and handball. However, it didn’t really become an overhead sport until 1916 when the high pass (set) was developed for an attack to take place. Since then, […]

June 6th, 2018
Parkinsonian Gait

Common Symptoms Associated with Parkinsonian Gait One of the most common things you may notice about a loved one with Parkinson’s disease is the characteristics of their walk also known as Parkinsonian Gait. They may move slower, have difficulty at the grocery store, or even walking and talking at the same time. In this blog […]

May 3rd, 2018
Fight Back Against Parkinson’s Disease

Feeling alone, down, or frustrated with your diagnosis? Has anyone told you its going to get worse and there is nothing you can do? Well, they are wrong!! You are not alone! And you can fight for your life back. Parkinson’s disease: a progressive neurological disorder affecting more than 1 million people in the United […]

June 22nd, 2017



5 Ways to Reduce Tremors for Parkinson’s Disease

5 Ways to Reduce Tremors By Dr. Sarah Somers and Dr. Tricia O’Driscoll Tremors are a common symptom associated with Parkinson’s disease, a chronic progressive neurological disorder. Medical management may or may not help with reducing tremors so it is imperative to help patients find a specific way to combat tremors. Therefore, we are going […]

May 3rd, 2018
Early Intervention for Parkinson’s Disease

Can you get better if you have Parkinson’s Disease? Do you or someone you know have Parkinson’s disease? Are you/they suffering from poor balance, shuffled walking, difficulty with getting out of chair, or getting dressed in the morning? Let’s answer some important questions… What can you do besides taking medication? High Intensity therapy can help […]

June 29th, 2017
Neck & Back Pain at The Desk

Are you experiencing neck tightness, headaches, pain, or fatigue while at your desk? Lets face it, sitting is now being compared to smoking. The front of your hips begin to tighten, your butt turns into a pancake, your shoulders start to roll in while your head jets out like a turtle. The upper back becomes […]

January 29th, 2017