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Welcome to the Rebound Physical Therapy newsletter.

October Is National Physical Therapy Month

Every year in October, we celebrate the many professionals in the Physical Therapy field, including Physical Therapists, Physical Therapy assistants, and students who work hard to improve the lives of those in need of care.

 

As Physical Therapists, we help people lead more pain-free lives and often reduce the need for strong prescription medications, such as opioids and steroid injections. Furthermore, the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) established a national campaign to increase awareness about the importance of receiving Physical Therapy early to lower the risks of long-term pain and complications.

 

The APTA also emphasizes the positive influence of regular activity, explaining that even moderate amounts of physical activity can lead to better health and longer life.

 

Additional benefits of having timely access to Physical Therapy include improving coordination and strength, boosting cardiovascular function, heightening lung capacity, and helping some people avoid surgery.

 

At Rebound Physical Therapy we are thankful for our great team of professionals.  We are here to help you - whether it be for injury recovery or managing ongoing aches and pains.  

 

Enhance Mental Performance Through Regular Exercise      

Have you ever wondered whether exercise could do more than just help you stay in shape or improve your physical health? Research shows that exercising for about 20 minutes a day can help boost mental performance.

 

More specifically, engaging in an aerobic exercise, such as cycling, swimming, or walking, at a moderate intensity followed by a cool down session has been shown to improve cognitive functions. Concentration, memory, and functional capacity, which refers to the ability to effectively complete activities, can all improve with exercise.

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LIVE WELL

How To Avoid the Risks of Football

Football is a popular competitive sport that is well-known for intricate plays, tough tackles, and major collisions.

 

For football players, intense strength, power, speed, and agility are important attributes that help make the game an amazing spectacle. This high-impact sport also increases a football player’s risk of injury.

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Did you know that the decisions you make today can impact your health in the future? If you are struggling with ongoing discomfort, why wait? Speak with a Physical Therapist today and enjoy more pain-free days in the future.

MOVE WELL

Take Good Care of Your Spine

The upper part of the back, from the base of the neck to the bottom of the rib cage, is called the thoracic spine. Gaining an understanding of the main parts of the thoracic spine is an important way to learn how to care for the back, especially if discomfort arises. Learning how specific parts work can also help prevent injuries.

 

This guide describes the structure of the thoracic spine.

EAT WELL

Healthy, low-carb meals can be tasty and nutritious. Here are two simple recipes to enjoy for lunch or dinner.

 

Lemon Garlic Chicken Thighs

From: eatwell101.com

 

This low-carb, paleo, keto-friendly recipe combines skinless, boneless chicken thighs with green beans, garlic, paprika, onion powder, chili pepper, and other spices for a filling, nutritious meal. It takes about 25 minutes to prepare this nourishing entree and you don't have to worry about counting carbs. Try it today!

 

Strawberry Cheesecake Mousse

From: eatwell101.com

 

This creamy delight is perfect if you're on the keto diet because the cream cheese and whipping cream make this treat a "fat bomb."

 

Top your mousse with blueberries and strawberries for an extra, antioxidant-rich boost of nutrients. You can also use your favorite natural sweetener, such as Swerve or Stevia, for a burst of fruity flavor,

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7206 N. Milburn Ave #102
Fresno, CA 93722
Phone 559.271.3100
7355 N. Palm Ave
7355 N. Palm Ave #107
Fresno, CA 93711
Phone 559.579.1555

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