Regular walks and runs are a lifeline in the spring and summer for keeping active. The cold winter months can present unique challenges to staying active. Members of the Crossing Rivers Health Clinic team share winter fitness ideas that can help you cope with the cold and keep moving in the months ahead.
Getting the kids where they need to go, making sure you make it to work on time, checking the never-ending list of emails in your inbox, reviewing your to-do list to figure out where to even start. Does that sound like the beginning of your day? One stressful situation after another. Here are some everyday tools to help combat stress.
May is stroke awareness month. Recognize the signs of a stroke and BE FAST.
Social distancing and self-isolation are really difficult. This is because our drive to be together is more than just not being able to go out to eat or go to the movie theater. It's because, as humans, we are innately social creatures. Since the beginning of time to the modern-day, we've lived in groups – in villages, communities, and family units. Being part of a group or a tribe makes us feel safe and cared for.
If you or your family members are feeling nervous or anxious about the coronavirus pandemic, here is some advice that may give all of you some comfort.
Learn about the role of cardiac rehabilitation in reducing the devastating effects of heart disease.
Despite the fact that a will is one of the most important legal documents you must have in your lifetime, more than 50% of people still don't have one.
October is National Physical Therapy Month, and the Physical Therapy Department at Crossing Rivers Health is joining their physical therapy colleagues nationwide, in putting a spotlight on the opioid abuse epidemic.
Safe Kids Worldwide estimates that 3 out of 4 car seats are not used correctly. That puts millions of kids in danger while they’re on the road.