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How To Lose Weight In A Healthy Way
Weight loss is never easy, but doing so in a way that is healthy and good for your body and mind can seem like even more of a challenge. However, aiming for health and well-being is the only sustainable way to lose weight. This involves developing good habits that you can carry with you for the rest of life and being conscious of your body’s needs. Here are a few of the key habits you will need to learn and how to ease yourself into them. Find An Exercise You Love So, it’s time for you to pick an activity...
May 30, 2018 /0 Comments
Vote McCabe and Brady Physical Therapy for Bucks County’s Best 2017 Happening List!
We Need Your Vote! McCabe and Brady Physical Therapy is in the running again for Bucks County’s Best Happening List and we need your help and support… PLEASE take a moment to vote for us in the “Best Physical Therapy” category! If you can’t vote below please click HERE to vote! Thank you.
February 14, 2017 /0 Comments
5 Books to Motivate You Through Physical Therapy
Physical therapy can be a grueling process, especially if your regimen is one where you don’t see everyday results. If you need help staying motivated through invisible improvement, here are five books to keep you on the path to recovery. 1. Hardwiring Happiness: The New Brain Science of Contentment, Calm, and Confidence by Rick Hanson Did you know the human brain evolved to remember bad experiences over pleasant ones? The good news is that you don’t have to sit back and let your lizard impulses do all your thinking for you, and “Hardwiring Happiness” will show you how to overcome biology...
September 6, 2016 /0 Comments
Vote McCabe and Brady Physical Therapy for Bucks County’s Best 2016 Happening List!
Vote McCabe and Brady Physical Therapy for Bucks County’s Best 2016 Happening List! We Need Your Vote! McCabe and Brady Physical Therapy is in the running again for Bucks County’s Best Happening List and we need your help and support… PLEASE take a moment to vote for us in the “Best Physical Therapy” category!   Vote Now! Voting is quick and easy. Thank you SO MUCH in advance for your help and support! Yours Truly, The Staff at McCabe and Brady Physical Therapy Copyright © 2016 McCabe and Brady Physical Therapy, All rights reserved.Locations: 607 Louis Drive Suite H Warminster, PA 18974...
February 17, 2016 /0 Comments
10 Mental Rules Physically Fit Women Swear By
Attitude plays an enormous part as to whether you thrive in achieving your fitness goals or you fail. Here are ten mental rules that physically fit women follow that help them continue being successful in their fitness journey. 1. Keep out the noise Shut out the constant stream of negative thoughts that runs through your mind. That mental static is your biggest obstacle – learning to filter it by concentrating on positive thinking is crucial to your success. 2. Maximize inner motivation To do this you must to be completely clear concerning why you would like to become fit. Understand...
January 13, 2016 /0 Comments
15 Exercises You Can Do at Your Desk
Do you sit in an office chair or on your couch for more than six hours a day? Sitting all day at your desk isn’t good for you. If you can’t get up and take a walk, here are some exercises you can do while at your desk. If you’re not stretching enough at your desk, this infographic is a great reminder.
January 12, 2016 /0 Comments
Back Pain – What You Should Know
January 4, 2016 /0 Comments
Road to Recovery — Each Step Along the Way
Road to Recovery — The Assessment The first step in any effective treatment process is a thorough evaluation. Expect our therapists to ask detailed questions about how the injury came about, but also do some expert sleuth work (since the injured area may be a result and not the starting point of poor movement). We may be able to reduce the pain quickly, but that will only be temporary unless we address the root cause of the problem. Although patients may come to see us for a variety of causes, low back aches, knee pain, and overuse injuries are among...
December 1, 2015 /0 Comments
Are You Getting Enough Water?
The human body is made up of about 60% water, making it a very crucial part of your everyday diet. Dehydration can cause many problems. Losing just 1.5% of your body’s water can result in mild dehydration which is not beneficial for your body. Make sure to drink plenty of water to help prevent the symptoms below. Tired: If you often find yourself tired in the early afternoon, water may be the answer! Dehydration causes blood pressure to drop, heart rate to increase and the blood flow to the brain to slow down. All of these can result in your feeling...
November 3, 2015 /0 Comments
5 Super Foods to Help Fight Cancer!
When it comes to preventing cancer, diet can play a major role. Many studies on cancer and nutrition show that a plant-based diet is often best to maintain a healthy body and limit your chances of cancer. It’s important to eat 5-9 servings of fruits and vegetables daily! Here are 6 fruits and veggies that are packed with cancer-fighting agents!Berries: All berries contain phytonutrients however black raspberries contain a very high amount of phytochemicals called anthocyanins. Anthocyanins work by slowing the growth or premalignant cells. They also prevent new blood vessels from forming and feeding a cancerous tumor. Berries may...
October 5, 2015 /0 Comments
The Differences Between Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis
When it comes to arthritis there are various forms, and they are often confused. Most people with arthritis have osteoarthritis, which is often common with age. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a serious autoimmune disease that can come about quickly at any age. While both result in joint pain, there are many distinct differences between the two diseases. Approximately 50 million people in the United States suffer from arthritis. 27 million of those people have osteoarthritis while only 1.3 million suffer from Rheumatoid arthritis.  Osteoarthritis often affects people later on in life due to years of wear and tear. While the...
September 15, 2015 /0 Comments
Looking to Eat Healthy? 7 Foods To Consider Bringing Back into Your Diet.
When it comes to dieting, many people assume that cutting out certain foods, or sticking to a strict meal plan is the key to weight loss. While this may seem like a good idea, focusing on what you shouldn’t eat rather than what you should, could cause you to miss out on important nutrients as well as many benefits of certain foods. By incorporating certain foods that are enjoyable you are more likely to stick to your diet and continuing eating healthy. This can ultimately lead to weight loss and a healthier you.  Here are 7 different foods that are surprisingly...
July 13, 2015 /0 Comments
Yoga For Kids
Every parent hopes for their child to grow up living a healthy and fulfilling life. What a child endures at a young age, shapes much of who they’ll be in the future. In order to get children into a healthy lifestyle, it is important to introduce them at a young age. While many people don’t necessarily think of yoga as an option for their child, the benefits are immense. Not only does yoga increase stability and balance in a physical sense, but mentally as well. Yoga stresses the connection between the body and mind. Yoga may be particularly helpful for children...
July 9, 2015 /0 Comments
6 Common Fitness Myths Debunked
Myth #1: There is No Such Thing as Too Much Exercise Fact: Too much exercise can cause injury to your body. Muscles need adequate time to regenerate and heal after a workout. It is recommended that you strength train up to three days a week, allowing at least one day in between for your muscles to repair themselves. However, cardiovascular training can be done on a daily basis unless you are experiencing pain. Listen to your body, if you are in pain, take a break to avoid injury.   Myth #2: No Pain No Gain Fact: While it’s common to...
July 9, 2015 /0 Comments
5 Ways to Relieve Knee Pain.
Healthy Weight: Extra weight exerts extra pressure on the joints which often leads to knee pain. Losing as little as 5% of your body weight can help to take stress off the knees. Eating healthy and staying active will help you to maintain a healthy body weight. Talk to your doctors to develop a plan.  Low-Impact exercise: Good choices of exercise for people suffering from knee pain include walking and swimming. Its important to warm up before and exercise and to cool down afterwards. Avoid high-impact exercise such as jumping and running and make sure to talk to your doctor...
May 18, 2015 /0 Comments
Tips to Alleviate Joint Pain.
Your joints are tremendously active and endure a great amount of stress. They support your weight and allow you to move. While they are designed to deal with all the stress, they often suffer from wear and tear. Joint pain can result from various factors such as wounds, trauma, disease, strains, sprains and osteoporosis. Here are a few things you can do to prevent and help alleviate the pain. Ice: Cold compresses help to reduce blood flow which ultimately limits the swelling. When you begin to notice pain, apply an ice pack to the area every hour for about 15...
May 18, 2015 /0 Comments
Tips for Women at all Ages
It’s important that women of all ages take their health into consideration. This is important to make sure one lives a long and healthy life. Here are a few tips for women at different ages Women in their 20s: Healthy lifestyle: Habits that are created in your 20’s are often carried throughout life. Learning to eat healthy and exercise regularly are habits that are important to form and carry later on in life. Strengthen your bones: During your 20’s it is very important to store calcium because during these ages are when 90% of bone mass is achieved. Calcium helps...
May 18, 2015 /0 Comments
Keeping Active and Pain Free.
Excess Fat: Effects on The Knees When discussing issues with weight we often look at the effects that obesity has in relationship to cancer, heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure, but excess weight has a major effect on joints as well. Extra body weight results in extra load on the joints which ultimately increases the stress and may accelerate the breakdown of the cartilage. For example every extra pound adds approximately 4 extra pounds of force placed on the knee joint with each step taken. An extra 5 pounds results in 20 extra pounds of force on the knee!...
April 20, 2015 /0 Comments
Vote For Us!
Vote McCabe and Brady Physical Therapy for Bucks County’s Best 2015 Happening List! We Need Your Vote! McCabe and Brady Physical Therapy is in the running again for Bucks County’s Best Happening List and we need your help and support… PLEASE take a moment to vote for us in the “Best Physical Therapy” category!   Vote Now! Voting is quick and easy. Thank you SO MUCH in advance for your help and support! Yours Truly, The Staff at McCabe and Brady Physical Therapy Copyright © 2015 McCabe and Brady Physical Therapy, All rights reserved.Locations: 607 Louis Drive Suite H Warminster, PA...
March 24, 2015 /0 Comments