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With the start of fall, the days get shorter and the weather gets cooler; it's easy to fall off the bandwagon and lose sight of our health and wellness goals. Stay on track with healthy eating and regular exercise to decrease your risk for  cardiovascular disease diabetes mellitus cancer (colon and breast) obesity hypertension bone and joint diseases (osteoporosis and osteoarthritis) depression¹ Regular physical activity helps improve musculoskeletal strength and fitness, w...
Posted on 2018-09-18
Reischl Physical Therapy 3292 E Willow St, Signal Hill, CA 90755 (562) 427-2225 Assess Your ‘Movement Health’ to Lower Your Risk of Back Pain Americans spend more than $87 billion each year on low back and neck pain treatment, according to a study in the Journal of American Medical Association. To prevent that figure from rising further, we must find ways to prevent the high rate of back pain incidences from occurring in the first place. And that means getting real about how...
Posted on 2018-08-17
FALL has arrived!  And with it comes some FALL prevention knowledge.  Learn about falling facts, risk factors, and simple preventative measures below: Facts: 1/3 of older adults fall at least one time per year. 1 1 out of 5 falls lead to serious injury (fractures, head injury). 2, 3 2.8 million older adults are treated in the ER for fall injuries each year. 4 800,000 people a year are hospitalized for injuries (hip fracture, head trauma) du...
Posted on 2017-10-18
Come join the fun as we host a FREE educational seminar about our newest product, IDEAL PROTEIN!
Posted on 2016-06-07
Steve Reischl's Recent Publications!!          Effect of Tibialis Posterior Tendon Dysfunction on Unipedal Standing Balance Test Kulig K, Lee SP,  Reischl SF, Noceti-DeWit LM. Effect of Tibialis Posterior Tendon Dysfunction on Unipedal Standing Balance Test. Foot Ankle Int, January 2015; vol. 36, 1: pp. 83-89.                          Heel Pain-Pla...
Posted on 2015-04-13
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