• Podcasts: Move Forward Radio

    Move Forward Radio offers unique programming with physical therapists and other health care experts discussing various topics of interest to the public.

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  • Avoiding Sedentary Behaviors in Children

    February 26, 2015: In today’s landscape of technology, the image of playtime for children has changed, making sedentary activities far more common. Sedentary activities are fine in moderation, with a healthy amount of physical activity to balance it out.

    Heart Health and Cardiac Rehabilitation

    February 12, 2015: February is American Heart Month. Each year in the U.S., 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease, and 720,000 Americans will have a heart attack.

    Adaptive Sports: Limitless Opportunities

    January 29, 2015: For people with disabilities, there are benefits to adaptive sports beyond exercise.

    Fitness Trends in 2015

    January 15, 2015: The beginning of a new year often brings resolutions, and getting fit is always one of the top resolutions. So how will people be getting fit this year?

    Success Story: From Exercise-Induced Injury to Recovery and Weight Loss

    December 22, 2015: Marybeth Smith was watching the Biggest Loser when she decided it was time to get serious about losing weight. Then she got injured.

    Success Story: Avoiding Back Surgery to Return to Marathons

    November 20, 2014: Andrea Parada ran her first marathon in her 40s without pain. Months later, she could hardly get out of bed.

    Sports Psychology and Injury Rehabilitation

    November 6, 2014: Recent studies suggest that fear of reinjury is commonly cited among knee injury patients who don’t return to their sport. The body may be willing, but the mind may not.

    Childhood Obesity

    October 24, 2014: America's obesity epidemic provides staggering statistics, most alarming are those affecting children.

    7 Myths About Physical Therapy

    October 9, 2014: People everywhere are experiencing the transformative effect physical therapy can have on their daily lives. But there are some common misconceptions that often discourage people from visiting a physical therapist. It's time to debunk 7 common myths about physical therapy.

    Choosing Wisely: 5 Things PTs and Patients Should Question

    September 18, 2014: Choosing Wisely is a national campaign to promote conversations between health care providers and patients about utilizing the most appropriate tests and treatments to optimize care and avoid waste.

    Childhood Cancer and Physical Therapy

    September 10, 2014: September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

    Back to School: Access to Physical Therapy in the Classroom

    August 28, 2014: For many kids, getting through the school day is as challenging as the educational material. But for some with special needs, simply navigating to and through the classroom is a challenge in and of itself.

    Success Story: Overcoming a Lifelong Disability to Become a Professional Cyclist and a Physical Therapist

    August 15, 2014: Hit by a car while riding his bike at the of 14 changed the course of Tim Haitz's life for almost 30 years, until he met his physical therapist.

    Success Story: Infantile Scoliosis and Pediatric Physical Therapy

    August 5, 2014: Infantile scoliosis is rare, but Linda Cook's 4-month old son is making significant improvement in strength and range of motion through pediatric physical therapy.

    Success Story: Overcoming Scoliosis and Degenerative Disk Disease

    July 17, 2014: Back pain is common, but for Barbara Jones, it created a domino effect that affected her whole body.

    Total Knee Replacement

    July 3, 2014: As many American look to maintain healthy and active lifestyles up to and through their retirement years, their knees are struggling to keep up.

    Summer Fit Family Challenge

    June 19, 2014: School is out and the "Summer Fit Family Challenge," is the perfect way to keep children and families stay active together this summer.

    Total Hip Replacement

    June 5, 2014: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 25% of people may develop hip osteoarthritis by age 85.

    Preventing ACL Injuries in Youth Athletes

    May 22, 2014: ACL injuries are becoming increasingly common among youth athletes and can lead to arthritis of the knee later in life. But there are ways to reduce the risk of injury.

    Avoiding Baseball Injuries

    May 8, 2014: Former Los Angeles Dodgers head physical therapist and trainer Sue Falsone provides insight about how professional baseball players endure the rigors of a long season.