Did you know just 10 minutes of walking a day has been found to reduce
symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress and improve overall mental
health? In this 2-minute video, Physical Therapy Guide @Leada_M helps
break down what evidence shows exercis...
As a physical therapist, I spend a lot of time with patients. Sometimes
multiple times per week over several months. I love listening to
patients. I feel like they are the best story-tellers of their case and
hearing about their pain experience is tr...
One of the most important things to pay attention to with any activity
is your body's cues and how it's responding. What if you do experience
some pain during a walk? Instead of pushing through it, Dr. Leada offers
some ways to work around it and dec...
Walking is a phenomenal form of exercise you can do almost daily and at
any skill level. But there is definitely a right way to do it. In this
video, Dr. Leada shares some tips on how to reduce injury risk and
select the right footwear and orthotics ...
I was just having this conversation with my mom the other day. She is in
her late 60's and was telling me how much she loves walking, but after a
certain minute or mile, her knee starts to bother her. I explained to
her sometimes muscle strength can ...
I love it! Honestly, growing up, rice has always been a main dish for
me. So sometimes I pair it with a stew. Lentils, kidney beans, greens,
and other non-mean proteins are always helpful to feel full!
Yes!! Loving all these suggestions! I would also recommend a few things.
Consider the toe box, heel height, and stability factors of the shoe. If
you've had a history of ankle issues, opting for more a "stability" is
helpful while working on plan to ...
Ankle strength is super important for things like running! Previous
history of foot/ankle injury can certainly impact this as well. I always
recommend regularly addressing the calf muscles (bent and straight knee
calf raises), and any single leg acti...
@Eld3 So sorry to hear that! How it doing now? Has this ever happened to
you? Sounds like it could be a little bit of tennis-elbow like symptoms.
Let me know what else you feel and I can direct you in the right way.
Feel free to DM me!