At-home activities for kids
This COVID-19 pandemic has brought families indoors for a few weeks. Here are some ideas to keep you and your children active while you are at home.
How do I know if I am doing too much cardio?
Chronic cardio is not always the answer to losing weight. Cardio exercise is great for your body; however, it’s important to make sure you’re not doing too much.
What is blood flow restriction therapy?
Does blood flow restriction training work and is BFR training dangerous? Learn more about blood flow restriction training physical therapy.
How do I get past my weight loss plateau?
OrthoIndy pain management physician, Dr. Kevin Sigua, answers the big question: ‘how do you get out of a weight loss plateau?’
What are the most common injuries in tennis?
Tennis injuries are common among all ages; even athletes at the highest level experience them. Dr. Andrew Vicar, OrthoIndy sports medicine physician, will discuss how to treat and prevent common tennis injuries.
Tips for working out in the heat
OrthoIndy sports medicine physician, Dr. Chris Bales, discusses tips for working out in the heat.
How do you prepare for cross country season?
How many miles should a cross country runner run in the summer? Discover tips for a high school cross country summer training schedule.
How do you get back in condition for soccer?
What are good workouts for soccer players and how do you get conditioning for soccer? Find out how to train in the off-season.
Five summer training tips for football players
What are common overuse football injuries? Learn more about high school football summer strength and conditioning.
How much should you walk a day?
OrthoIndy physical therapist, Casey Wallace explains the benefits of walking, how much you should walk every day and whether or not you can lose weight from walking.
Why is it bad to sit on your wallet?
While there are many back-related problems and injuries that could be associated with pain, keeping your wallet in your back pocket while you sit for long periods of time could be a cause.
OrthoIndy physical therapist runs his 20th Indy mini-marathon
The OrthoIndy Physical Therapy team specializes in treating bone, joint, spine and muscle conditions.
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