It is becoming apparent that one could spend a lifetime of discovery in this land. The community gather, laugh and play every day in parks like this one. There is so much joy and beauty to see. (Also, note the “older” woman practicing tai chi just off the path. I bet she was in her 90’s.)
As you may or may not know, members of the Nesin staff recently traveled (or are currently traveling) to China. They will spend a combined five-week period in Fuzhou, China, where, in conjunction with the University of Southern California (USC), Sarton Physical Therapy, and the Pelvic Education Alliance, they will be supervising and teaching Physical Therapy residents in two local hospitals. In addition, they will be teaching a 4-day course on Assessment and Treatment of Visceral Mobility for Lower Quadrant Dysfunction to PTs from around China.
Karin Beck, PT, DPT; Doree Daniels, PTA; Janine Nesin, PT, DPT, OCS; and Michelle Nesin, PT, OCS, FCFMT, FAAOMPT, will spend a combined five-week period in Fuzhou, China. Nesin staff, in conjunction with the University of Southern California (USC), Sarton Physical Therapy, and Pelvic Education Alliance, will be supervising and teaching Physical Therapy residents in two local hospitals.
In addition, they will be teaching a 4-day course on Assessment and Treatment of Visceral Mobility for Lower Quadrant Dysfunction to PT’s from around China.
Michelle Nesin and Doree Daniels recently departed for their leg of the China trip. Check out the video below to see what they had to say about their impending trip and stay tuned for updates and photos from their adventure.
Are you a golfer? Wouldn’t you like to improve the consistency, power, and efficiency of your swing? What if you added a physical conditioning component to your golf game?
Why not let a Certified Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) trained physical therapist help you get there.
Here are a couple articles on “dead butt syndrome”, less commonly known as gluteus medius tendinosis. It’s a problem that PT’s have had to treat for forever, but now it has a catchy name so “dead butt” has received a lot of press lately, and we are glad for that. Your rear end needs more attention than you think!
If you watched the Olympics, you more than likely saw stories on a treatment many athletes are using called cupping therapy. Cupping has been around for hundreds of years. The art of cupping developed over time for a variety of uses, and has been most notably used as a technique in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
It is that time of year again. The warm weather is upon us, the fresh air is inviting and our yards and gardens are in need of attention. Proper body mechanics while performing any gardening task can make the all the difference in how your body feels both during and after. Many people forget that yard work is like a sport - engaging a number of muscles, requiring endurance and proper preparation and recovery. Like any exercise, sometimes we don’t know we have done too much until it’s too late and we end up aching for a few days after. Here are some helpful hints to make your time working in the yard a more enjoyable experience.
The most common problem we see with people beginning an exercise program is lack of planning; which added to enthusiasm, can be a dangerous combination. Individuals excited about a new exercise program start out too fast and too hard. This combination can result in injury and ultimately most will “fall off the wagon.” Here are a few tips to reduce this risk of injury and make your exercise regime more enjoyable.