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Hatha Yoga and Osteoarthritis by ACE Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Institute Tid Bits of Info. “Hatha” can be translated as “forceful” or “willful.” Hatha yoga is a series of held poses or asanas. Mind-body aspect of Hatha yoga helps with focus and relaxation along with all of the other benefits of exercise. 650,000 knee replacements are performed yearly. Ask …Read More
Preparing to Age While We Are Young by ACE Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Institute Tid Bits of Info If you are “healthy” at 70 you will most likely remain “healthy” for a longer portion of your life. Almost everyone will live to at least 60 years of age. Biological aging does not always correlate with one’s age in years. …Read More
Commonly Asked Questions In Out-Patient Physical Therapy by ACE Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Institute Tid Bits of Info. Max heart rate is approximately 220 – your age. Lifting > 70 % of your 1 rep max will enhance your chances of stimulating the muscle chemistry to develop more muscle size/strength. Target fat burn with a cardio workout that maintains …Read More
Week 4 of Your New Year’s Resolution by ACE Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Institute Tid Bits of Info. Hyperplasia is an increase in the number of cells. Hypertrophy is the increase in the size of a cell. Exercising at approximately 70-75% of your one repetition maximum can be enough stimulus to enhance a biochemistry change in the muscle. There …Read More
Chronic Low Back Pain and Socioeconomic Influence by ACE Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Institute Tid Bits of Info. Low back pain affects > 80% of the population. Greater than 50 billion dollars per year is spent on low back pain. Chronic low back pain affects women more than men ages 50 – 69 years old. The majority chronic low …Read More