The pandemic redefined the workplace with many people now working from home. While we’ve learned how to adapt to this new norm, some of our adaptations may be the source of some new aches and pains.
If you experience fatigue during or after cancer treatment, you are not alone.
If you are diagnosed with osteoporosis, it is important for you to learn how to move, function, and exercise to prevent injury and build bone.
Occupational therapy and physical therapy are commonly confused with each other. It's important to know the similarities and the differences between the specialties and how they support your recovery plan.
Craig Uhler of Williamsport isn’t one to sit still for very long. Last year, his job as a land surveyor had him on his feet and in the outdoors most of the time.
When back to school shopping, it's important to make sure you consider the fit and function of your child's backpack.
On a pleasant fall day, Steve Wenzel, a retired school teacher, was busy getting his outside chores done knowing the winter months would soon be upon us.
When we feel the sting of cold weather, we might brush aside the idea of working up a sweat, but staying hydrated during strenuous activity like shoveling snow is just as important as staying hydrated when mowing the lawn.
While this winter has been mild, it still has had some bite. And likewise, we are seldom “out of the woods” for wintry weather until April rolls around. As a result, keeping winter safety tips in mind remains important as we look forward to spring.