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Time for a Check-up! Prevention, wellness, and disease management have moved into the forefront of health over the past decade as research continues to show the significant benefits of lifestyle changes on health. Lifestyle changes, including increased physical activity, can lead to health benefits in those with chronic disease, prevent or manage a number of noncommunicable diseases, and lead to an increased quality of life. Dr. Daniel Millrood, PT, EdM and Charlette Chua, PT, DPT
Come check out the latest addition to our clinical services and join in on a “fun”draiser at the same time.  Exercisabilities now offers pediatric services in physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy to all individuals from birth to 100+. On Tuesday, April 17th, Exercisabilities will hold our Spring Open House which will feature a family fun event with Art on the Go‘s Nicki Novotne, Root Beer Floats, henna tattoos, raffle, yummy snacks and more all
Childhood Obesity Is a multifaceted problem that needs a multifacted solution. Be a part of the solution Did you know that the rate of US youths ages 2 to 19 who were obese rose from 14% in 1999 to 18.5% in 2015 and 2016, with the most significant increase among those ages 2 to 5?   These findings also showed a significantly higher obesity risk among Hispanics and African-Americans, compared with whites.  Obesity is on the
Heart Healthy Diet By Mackenzie Distad, EP-C, BS  ACSM  Certified Exercise Physiologist/Exercise Specialist Living a healthy lifestyle is the best way you can prevent or fight cardiovascular disease. Important components of a healthy lifestyle include regular exercise and physical activity, as well as eating a heart healthy diet. What you eat can increase or decrease your risk of heart disease. But which foods are good and how do you get started? It can be tough to
Heart Health Month at ExercisAbilities
By Mackenzie Distad, EP-C, BS  ACSM  Certified Exercise Physiologist/Exercise Specialist We’re right in the middle of Heart Month 2018 at ExercisAbilities and still striving to raise awareness on all things heart health related. Earlier this month, I wrote about the signs of a heart attack. Heart attack and heart failure are both heart related but two different things. Today, I want to talk to you about heart failure and the signs you may see as the