Podcast host PJ Ewing interviews PT Noah Hyman from First Health Physical Therapy in Manhattan, NYC. Noah takes us through five minute daily stretches that we can all do to help maintain our good health.
KNEE HEALTH & WELLNESS
Excessive weight. Past surgeries. An efficient younger body. Gender. Smoking. Fibromyalgia. Keloids and darker skin. There are a log of things to consider before and after a knee surgery.
For some it is easy peasy. No problemo! But for 10%+ of the knee surgery patient population there are significant challenges with recovery. It may be strength, range of motion, swelling, or simply general mobility but there are a lot factors to potentially deal with to get back to normal life afterward.
We write all about knee health and wellness in blogs and record podcasts about this all important topic that you can find below.
Hi, I’m Tricia Lahmann, Holistic Health Coach, Knee Rehab Coach, dance instructor and avid runner. I’ve made it my life’s mission to support people through making the VERY BEST choices in their daily lives so they can enjoy life to the fullest.
These foods are basically repeat offenders — foods that we probably already realize are on that “hit list,” and it would be wise to reduce or eliminate them. So let’s proceed with that in mind. Ultimately, it’s up to you to decide what’s best for you, because you’re the one who has to deal with the outcomes and consequences. — Tricia Lahmann, Holistic Health Coach
Constant pain in the front and center of your knee. The inability to bend your knee into a crouched position. Not enough leg strength to stand up from a crouched position. Does this sound familiar? If so, there’s a chance you may have Patella Baja.
Know Your Limitations, Know Your Options, Plan Ahead and Be Prepared. Strategies for Great Vacations.
Long-Term planning for a healthy and wealthy retirement. We interview Scott Lask and learn a lot about how to be manage our lives after knee surgery.
What’s it like running a PT clinic in the middle of a pandemic. The X10 Meta-Blog turns to Noah Hyman of First Health PT in Midtown Manhattan for some answers.
Phyllis Ayman takes us through an important incident in her childhood that put her on the path to her work with seniors. Phyllis is an eldercare advocate with great knowledge about caring for aging parents.
If you want to get back into yoga (or maybe even begin yoga for the first time) after knee surgery, you are at the right place. Lauren Bingle has created two lovely yoga sets, each with you in mind. She presents her first set specifically for people with knee issues. Yoga exercises after knee surgery here.
Pulsed Harmonix specializes in PEMF devices which help many people treat chronic pain, depression, and other common conditions.