TP Blog

Welcome to our blog, here you will find information on fitness, nutrition, weight training, general healthy and physical therapy. It is our hope you will find the information useful and as always please ask us if you have any questions.

Barbecued Chicken w/Roasted Corn Pudding

Barbecued Chicken w/Roasted Corn Pudding

There is nothing better than BBQ chicken and corn during the summer. It's the perfect outdoor summer meal.  We found this recipe while searching for corn recipes. It's perfect and very tasty. We hope you enjoy and let us know what you think. Ingredients 8 ears fresh...

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Lateral Hip Pain

Lateral Hip Pain

While there can be several causes of lateral (side) hip pain, gluteal tendinopathy is thought to be one of the primary causes. It is often referred to as Greater Trochanter Pain Syndrome (GTPS) and has historically been diagnosed as hip bursitis. However, recent...

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Green Beans with Dried Cranberries

Green Beans with Dried Cranberries

Blanch the beans ahead, and store in the refrigerator to eliminate a task from your cooking day. A great holiday side. Ingredients 2/3 cup hazelnuts 12 cups water 1 1/2 pounds green beans, trimmed 3 tablespoons hazelnut oil 1/3 cup thinly sliced shallots 2/3 cup dried...

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Whole Roasted Cauliflower

Whole Roasted Cauliflower

For a bit of showmanship, bring the whole cauliflower to the table, and then "carve" and dress with the vinaigrette, pomegranate arils, pine nuts, and parsley. Ingredients: 4 cups water 1 cup dry white wine 1/4 cup sugar 4 1/4 teaspoons kosher salt, divided 1...

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One Pot Chicken w/Apples

One Pot Chicken w/Apples

One Pot Chicken with Apples is an easy and rustic dinner option made with healthy vegetables and apples. This dish is the quintessential fall recipe! With the seasons changing, We are sharing a one pan meal that has all the fall flavors and is super easy to make. The...

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Halloween Sugar Overload

Halloween Sugar Overload

Halloween festivities have begun and thus the unofficial start to the “how the heck am I supposed to make healthy choices when I’m surrounded by all these sweets for three whole months” season. I must admit this is a challenging season for me as well. All of my...

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Peace & Love for Soft Tissue Injury

Peace & Love for Soft Tissue Injury

We have all likely suffered from a pulled muscle or an ankle sprain and are familiar with the acronym RICE – rest, ice, compression and elevation. This has been the standard of care for years. We have rested and unloaded the joint for several days, immediately applied...

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Exercise and Osteoporosis

Exercise and Osteoporosis

Many people with osteoporosis are afraid to exercise because they might fall and break a bone. While falling is always a concern; exercise and common sense are great for people with osteoporosis. In fact, with a properly designed program, bones and muscles can grow...

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Reactive Stepping: How Not Too Fall

Reactive Stepping: How Not Too Fall

Medicare defines a fall as “an unintentional change of position to a lower level.” Many factors contribute to increasing the odds of having a fall.  Some are health based (intrinsic) risks including: neuropathy in the feet, weakness in the legs and core, poor...

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10 Herbs & Spices with Health Benefits

10 Herbs & Spices with Health Benefits

April is National Gardening month so we thought it appropriate to share this post from Healthline on 10 Herbs & Spices that modern science has shown do indeed carry remarkable health benefits. Here are 10 of the world's healthiest herbs and spices, supported by...

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We May Call It Breakfast, but is it Dessert?

We May Call It Breakfast, but is it Dessert?

Desserts have been masquerading as breakfast foods for years, particularly gaining ground in the in the 1950s during what was called the Golden Age of Cereal. This is when sugary cereals were heavily marketed to children, as well as their time-strapped,...

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