Parkinson’s Awareness: How Physical Therapy Can Help

April is also National Parkinson’s Awareness month, and according to Parkinson’s News Today, over 10 million people worldwide deal with this frustrating, sometimes-debilitating disorder. Although Parkinson’s typically afflicts older adults, early-onset Parkinson’s is also possible. Affecting a slightly higher rate of men to women,…

Finding Balance

By Katilynn Austin, PT, DPT Finding balance amongst busy lifestyles is not easy, no matter what we seem to be juggling.  On top of this, trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle can be a challenge.  It simply takes time and effort to prepare healthy…

Marinated Cucumbers

Ingredients 1 cucumber 1⁄4 cup vinegar 3⁄4 cup water 1 teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons sugar 1 dash pepper Slice the cucumber very thinly and sprinkle with salt, let stand for an hour. Combine all other ingredients in a bowl, stir, chill. Add cucumbers, cover…

Admin Spotlight – Sara Wasson

Administrative Spotlight Sara Wasson I was first introduced to Body One by shadowing the PT’s at the South Emerson location for experience hours for my UIndy PTA application. At this time, I worked at a retail store and got a voicemail from Ken one…

Rehab is like…swimming upstream?

The rehabilitation process is different for everyone: some need a tune-up, some a new set of tires, and some a complete overhaul. But when people ask me to describe the rehabilitation process in a nutshell, I keep coming back to the analogy of swimming…