Runity is at ProHealth

You are born to run. Click on this link to learn more about the Runity at ProHealth.

How to Get and Keep Moving

New Year’s resolutions about fitness are often left unresolved. Pilates Expert Karyn Staples, PT, PhD, has a method for making movement happen and keep happening.   The first step to…

How to give Health this Holiday

Consider a gift that “keeps on giving” for the friend or loved one who has everything this holiday season with a Starter Gift Package from ProHealth Physical Therapy and Pilates…

The Pee in Physical Therapy

Everyone knows someone who has injured their knee, been in a car accident, or hurt themselves at work. These are people who need physical therapy. And you hear about it…

Back to School: What Mom can do to get her groove back

Lisa lifts laundry baskets. She carries groceries. And her toddler is often perched on her hip. She’d been complaining of low back pain for a while, really ever since she…

Roll-Up Newsletter July 2016

ProHealth Physical Therapy and Pilates Studio July 2016 Our Clients Say “Pilates at ProHealth has given me mobility and strength I thought I’d never get back after experiencing severe back…

Aerial Silks: a new way to look at fitness

ProHealth Physical Therapy and Pilates Studio now has Aerial Fabrics!!! Wait – what does that mean?   Aerial dance is an offshoot of modern dance that involves an apparatus that…

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Holiday Survival Guide: Kitchen Stretches

During this hectic time of year, we are inundated with helpful hints, usually dietary in nature: What to eat, how much, why, how many miles you need to run/walk to…

How To Find Neutral Spine

  How to find your neutral spine aka “the optimal alignment for your body”:   Lie on your back, feet in parallel and about 2-3 inches apart, knees bent. Relax…

Get the Most Out of Your Pilates “curl up”

    One of the most common challenges for those new to a Pilates practice is the curl up into spinal flexion.   It takes abdominal strength and muscular organization…