Celebrating 10 Years at Physical Therapy & Rehab Specialists!
Exercises You Can Do Indoors
You Don’t Have to Let the Winter Weather Hold You Back!
Yoga Yoga provides relaxing physical activity all year long and can easily be done in your bedroom, living room or just about anywhere in the house. You can even use yoga first thing in the morning to wake up slowly and get your body warmed up for the day. Running Alternatives If you love cardio, you probably don’t want to give up that runner’s high, but you might not want to venture out into frosty conditions either. Get your heart pumping indoors with cardio exercises you can do at home, such as:
Rachelle Ferman PT, DPT, Cert. MDT
“My philosophy of treatment includes treating people as a whole, rather than
a diagnosis, to ensure recovery in a timely manner with a decreased chance of re-injury. I enjoy working together with a client-sharing mutual trust and respect in order to help them achieve their therapy goals. My goal is to make a difference each day through my commitment to evidence-based medicine and passion about service.” Areas of Specialty: Rachelle specializes in Vestibular Rehabilitation and Balance Training, Geriatric Rehabilitation, and Orthopedic and Sports Injuries. She can help you whether you are struggling with dizziness or finding that your balance is not what it used to be. Have you had a sports injury and are looking for assistance in not only recovering now but preventing another injury in the future? Call us today to schedule an appointment with Rachelle. Thank you Rachelle, for 10 years of quality patient-focused care! You help make Physical Therapy & Rehab Specialists one of the top providers of Sports and Orthopedic rehabilitation in Michigan!
• Climbing stairs • Jumping jacks • Mountain climbers • Burpees
• Jump rope • High knees
You can keep exercising all winter—without risking frostbite. It might take you a few tries to find an indoor workout you love, but don’t give up; you might just find your new favorite activity.
Vegan/Paleo Chocolate Fudge Balls
Patient Success Spotlight
“I had neck and shoulder pain related to work/stress. Every time I lifted my head up or looked down, my neck would go numb. It limited me from lifting quite a bit. I have been coming here for 6 years (for different problems) and I have had great results. I feel like I’m a part of the family when I go to my appointment. The staff makes you feel very comfortable and they don’t force you into anything. I highly recommend this place. Every time I need physical therapy, I always tell my doctor that I would like to come here.” -S. E. “I have had great results... I feel like I’m a part of the family.”
INGREDIENTS • 1 cup walnuts, or nuts of choice • 1 1/3 cup pitted dates* • 1 tsp pure vanilla extract • 3-4 tbsp cocoa or cacao powder • 1/8 tsp salt (optional) • mini chocolate chips (optional) • chia seeds or shredded coconut (optional)
DIRECTIONS Blend all ingredients in a food processor (or halve the recipe and use a single serve blender or mini chopper). When making a full recipe, a food processor is preferred over a blender as ingredients process more evenly and the results are less sticky. Once blended, transfer the dough to a sandwich bag and smoosh into one big ball. Break off pieces and roll into smaller separate balls. Dip in melted chocolate or roll in cocoa powder or shredded coconut or coconut flour. Alternatively, you can form bars or evenly roll out the dough and cut into shapes with cookie cutters! *Tip: If your pitted dates are super hard, just soak them in boiling water for a half hour. https://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2009/10/13/make-these-now/
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