Stacy and Sue celebrated their 20 year Anniversary for their company Century City Physical Therapy. Over the years they have met and helped many wonderful people that honored them in joining their celebration. Credit to Daniel Barrows for his ukulele sound score.Read More
In September we welcomed Jamie Schoen, Doctor of Physical Therapy, on to our team. Jamie is from Western Massachusetts and grew up as a ballet dancer. Before returning to graduate school she spent six years teaching Pilates to clients of all ages and physical abilities. She enjoys partnering with clients on their wellness journey, helping them find the tools they need to achieve and maintain their long-term health. We are excited to have her! If you haven’t met her yet, please introduce yourself! READ MORE!
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If you're like most of us, the word "floor" probably makes you think more about tile, hardwood and carpet than friendship....it's not the first place your mind goes when you think of relaxation, repose and rejuvenation. The floor, after all, is for foot traffic. It's hard... needs a good cleaning, and is much farther away from our derrières than the comfy sofa. The floor has a bad rep. READ MORE HERE.Read More
Please stay tuned for the celebration. Sue and Stacy along with their great staff will be throwing an Anniversary bash, Friday September 25th. Details to follow, please stop by.....
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Standing desks are an exciting health trend that signals that as a society, we are becoming more aware of our physical bodies and how to take care of them. Patients frequently ask me about how changing to a stand up desk, or a transitional stand up desk unit will effect their pain. The effect of standing on specific injuries is not yet well researched. However, if you know that your pain increases when you are sitting then it may behoove you to avoid your aggravating factor, especially if your aggravating factor takes place for 8 hours at a time. The research about standing desks and pain is not very developed, but there is evidence-based information about other health benefits of using a standing desk.Read More