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Four Tips for Running Again After an Injury

After a serious injury, you should work closely with an orthopedic doctor to carefully plan a return to running. While limiting activity too much can compromise strength, endurance, and flexibility, getting back to your regular regimen too soon can...

Aug 13th, 2020
When Should You See a Doctor for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Numbness, weakness, and tingling in the hands often signify carpal tunnel syndrome. Explore these symptoms and the importance of seeking prompt care. Carpal tunnel syndrome results in pain, weakness, tingling, and numbness caused by the compression of...

Jul 24th, 2020
Three Telltale Signs of an ACL Tear

An ACL tear is a common sports injury that affects the anterior cruciate ligament, which is one of the knee’s main support structures. Damage to the ACL typically results from impact that occurs when you suddenly stop or change direction while playing...

Jun 25th, 2020
Rehabilitation Exercises After a Hip Replacement

After a hip replacement, you should perform rehabilitation exercises to promote healing and muscle strength. Below is a list of activities that can be beneficial for your recovery after a hip replacement. Quad Sets The quadriceps are muscles that...

Jun 15th, 2020
Is 360 Orthopedics Open During COVID-19?

It is our goal to keep you informed as to changes and updates regarding the COVID-19 pandemic locally as it affects our business, staff, and patients. 360 Orthopedics is considered a medically essential service and to that end, we continue to serve our...

Mar 26th, 2020
COVID-19 UPDATE: What We Are Doing To Keep Staff & Patients Safe

The Coronavirus is making people understandably anxious and fearful. As an essential medical service, we would like you to know what 360 Orthopedics is doing to keep our staff and patients safe while we treat patients requiring orthopedic treatment...

Mar 26th, 2020
PLAYGROUNDS FOR SENIORS: A Not-So-New Concept

As we write this, the world is social distancing to avoid COVID 19 and helping to”flatten the curve”. There will be good news on the horizon in the future when we are able to communicate again in person and the news below is of particular interest for...

Mar 23rd, 2020
Coronavirus – The Fear Factor

These are the best of times. These are the worst of times. Now that we have your attention and with apologies to Charles Dickens, that’s how it feels lately. The recent Coronavirus pandemic has brought everyone and everything to a screeching halt,...

Mar 13th, 2020
360 ORTHOPEDICS Surgeon Named Chief of Surgery

360 ORTHOPEDICS is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeffrey A. Silverstein, MD as Chief of Surgery at Doctors Hospital of Sarasota. Dr Silverstein is an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in hip and knee reconstruction.

Mar 3rd, 2020
Strengthening Bones And Muscles With … Dancing???

Did you know dancing is one of the most fun activities you can do that has multiple health benefits? Consider this … dancing: • Strengthens bones and tones muscles • Improves balance, coordination, and agility • Increases memory function...

Mar 3rd, 2020
Orthopedic Group Supports Two Upcoming Non-Profit Events

Sarasota, FL, February 20, 2019 360-ORTHOPEDICS will once again partner with two local non-profit organizations in raising money and awareness for each group. 360 Orthopedic supports several local non-profit organizations throughout the year...

Feb 20th, 2020
Three Tips For Getting Dressed After a Back Injury

Having a back injury can be unpleasant and uncomfortable. Learn ways to help you get dressed more easily so you can put this worry aside as you heal. Dealing with a back injury can be frustrating and inconvenient, and getting dressed is one of the...

Feb 7th, 2020
Stretches to Help With Shoulder Pain

According to a study by the NCBI, 18-26% of adults experience shoulder pain or stiffness. Stretching your shoulders and back can help relieve joint pain. Your shoulders do a lot of work each day, whether you’re lifting, carrying, or pulling items.

Feb 7th, 2020
Are Your Injuries In A Pickle?

We’re talking about the sports obsession of Pickleball. The sport, a combination of ping-pong, badminton, and tennis, has caught on in a big way, particularly in Florida where retirees seek to remain active. Pickleball experienced a surge in popularity...

Jan 21st, 2020
Marching Band Is A Sport?

Technically no, however consider this: Reuters Health compared the “challenges and demands” of a marching band “geek” to those of a football athlete. Typically high school marching bands begin practice in summer prior to the school year and their...

Dec 11th, 2019
PRP Regenerative Therapy – Truth or Myth to Healing?

PRP, or Platelet Rich Plasma, is a revolutionary and conservative approach to natural healing. You may have heard about PRP from professional athletes who have used this regenerative therapy to get “back in the game” sooner than with traditional methods.

Nov 25th, 2019
YOUR BEST FRIEND: Your Dog AND Your Orthopedist?

Did you know dogs are good for your overall health? Petting a dog for 15 minutes can lower your blood pressure and walking a dog is great for your heart and musculoskeletal system, helping to strengthen muscles and bones. In addition, a walk keeps your...

Oct 21st, 2019
Orthpedic Docs Raise Money For Breast Cancer

Real Men Wear Pink Two physicians from the rebranded 360 ORTHOPEDICS (formerly Sarasota Orthopedic Associates), have been chosen to participate in the REAL MEN WEAR PINK events to raise awareness and donations for this important cause that runs until...

Oct 10th, 2019
The Poor Misunderstood Baker’s Cyst – Not From Baking!

Baker’s cysts, or more correctly popliteal cysts, are fluid filled structures, located in the back part of the knee. While relatively common and frequently detected on routine knee examination or by feeling a lump behind the knee, they are not...

Sep 9th, 2019
Can You ‘git Up’? Take The Challenge!

“Move it or lose it” – “Motion is lotion” – “Keep moving” – “Git up and go” If you’re a patient with us at 360-ORTHOPEDICS, you’ll hear these words of advice to keep your joints and muscles at their peak performance. Why?

Sep 3rd, 2019
Orthopedic Group Prescribes New Name and Logo

360 ORTHOPEDICS – A Reflection of Growth & Integrity Sarasota, FL, July 24, 2019– After 40 years known as Sarasota Orthopedic Associates, the group has rebranded as 360 Orthopedics. The original name dates back 40 years and is a reflection of when the...

Aug 6th, 2019
The Awesome Facts Behind Our Breakthrough Change

If you haven’t heard the news already, Sarasota Orthopedic Associates has undergone a big change … our name. We continue to offer the same up-to-date technology and treatment with the same skilled physicians at the same three locations.

Aug 5th, 2019
Why Is Back Pain So Common

Up to 80% of Americans will experience low back pain at some point in their life. Why is it so common and is there anything that can be done about it? It has to do with the shape of the spine, specifically the part of the spine in the lower back...

Jun 6th, 2019
The Monster Of All Headaches

Did you know there are 11 types of headaches, each with varying causes and symptoms, and all are painful in fluctuating degrees? Fortunately, most headaches are common and short lived, however one type of headache may prove to be life altering.

May 6th, 2019
Help For The Ladies: How To Manage Your Orthopedic Pain

Does gender affect orthopedic injuries and conditions? The simple answer is: you bet it does. Consider the differences and where women are at higher risk and experience conditions exclusive or largely related to gender.

Apr 8th, 2019
Orthopedic Group Wins Multiple Honors

360-ORTHOPEDICS is a proud to announce they have received muliple awards from the Heraled Tribune Readers’ Choice poll of 2019. The group took 1st place in Sarasota and Venice for the following categories.

Feb 25th, 2019
A PHYSIATRIST: Taking a Look at the Big Picture

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) physicians known as physiatrists (fizz-EYE-ah-trist) are medical doctors who have graduated from medical school and have completed 4 years of residency training. The specialty is a very small one beginning...

Feb 18th, 2019
TUESDAY TRIVIA ORTHOPEDIC POP QUIZ – How Much Do You Know?

Let’s have some fun today and see if you can answer these questions. Answers below…no peeking! Does cracking your knuckles increase your risk of arthritis? Should you put ice or heat on an injury? What’s the #1 condition experienced by seniors?

Feb 12th, 2019
The Super Seven

Our previous blog post talked about foods and drinks to NOT put into your body. Now let’s talk about the 7 foods that are nutritious AND taste good to help preserve your musculoskeletal system. Salmon is often referred to as a “super food”, packing a...

Jan 29th, 2019
Five Bad To The Bone Food/drink Habits

We often talk about how important exercise is to keep your joints lubricated. At Sarasota Orthopedic Associates our favorite mottos are “move it or lose it” and “motion is lotion”. But what about our bones and musculoskeletal system?

Jan 16th, 2019
Up Close And Personal

Our newest physician, Dr Adam Mandel, is an Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon at 360-ORTHOPEDICS. He took some time to sit with us and answer a few questions to get to know him on a more personal level. Take a look at our conversation:...

Dec 6th, 2018
When Should My Child See an Orthopedist?

It can be hard to know whether a child needs orthopedic treatment or is just experiencing growth development. Symptoms can be signs of underlying causes. While many orthopedic problems that arise in childhood are temporary, it can be hard to know when...

Nov 5th, 2018
Preventing Sports Injuries In Children

Youngsters are particularly prone to sports-related injuries, but there are steps coaches and parents can take to keep young athletes healthy and active. Children love playing sports, whether on organized teams or in neighborhood pickup games.

Oct 8th, 2018
Don’t Let Back Pain Ruin Your Golf Game

While an estimated 75% of people will experience some form of back pain at some point in their life, that number is even higher among golfers. Pro golfers and weekend warriors are both subject to the pain. There are ways to avoid back pain, and,...

Sep 13th, 2018
Build Your Game From The Ground Up

A powerful, and effective golf swing starts with a stable foundation. From a solid foundation the entire swing can be leveraged and a low handicap status can be achieved. The important but often overlooked foundation, are pain free and well-functioning...

Sep 4th, 2018
THE DOCTOR IS IN: Getting to Know Dr Graham

Dr Jemaar Graham is a Board Certified Podiatrist and trained to treat all problems related to the foot and ankle with both conservative and traditional modalities. He is a native of Lakeland, FL and joined 360-ORTHOPEDICS in May.

Jul 2nd, 2018
Meet Dr Raye: Interventional Pain Management Physician

We sat down with Sarasota Orthopedic Associates physician, Dr Justin Raye to learn what motivated him to pursue the medical profession and how he helps his patients non-surgically. What inspired you to become a physician? I always had an interest for...

Jun 5th, 2018
TEXT NECK? What You Need To Know …

Those who experience pervasive, uncomfortable symptoms such as neck and shoulder pain, headaches, and numbness and tingling in the arms and hands might be surprised to learn that smartphone use could be the culprit. “Text neck” is caused by poor posture...

May 21st, 2018
Tennis Elbow? It’s Not What You Think! (May 01st, 2018)

Many people will come to our Sarasota Orthopedic Associates sports clinic with complaints of pain on either side of their elbow which has been present for months and is aggravated by gripping things or shaking hands. While often referred to as Golfer’s...

May 1st, 2018
The Ultimate Guide To Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Until about 75 years ago carpal tunnel syndrome, or CTS, was thought to be caused by the compression of structures in the frontal portion of the neck or from a network of nerves from the spinal cord, over the first rib, and into the armpit.

Apr 23rd, 2018
The Gift Of Getting Back To Life

Sarasota Orthopedic Associate’s Occupational Therapy Department continues celebrating National OT Month. To commemorate we are sharing a case study of one of our Occupational Therapy Star graduates. Matthew exemplifies how Occupational Therapy can help...

Apr 9th, 2018
A Reason To Celebrate

April is National Occupational Therapy Month … that may not mean much to you now, but very likely it will someday in your future. This year’s theme is living life to its fullest! An Occupational Therapist can help with common upper extremity and...

Apr 2nd, 2018
What Should I Expect When I Have An Mri?

Magnetic resonance imaging, also known as an MRI scan, uses radio waves and magnets along with a computer to create detailed two-dimensional or three-dimensional images of organs and tissues. Radio signals given off by the body are digitally processed...

Mar 12th, 2018
Could Prp Help Your Orthopedic Injury?

PRP, or platelet rich plasma, is not a new technology, but is much talked about currently. Plasma is a component of the blood that assists with clotting to promote growth of new, healthy cells. The theory of PRP is to merge this technology...

Feb 26th, 2018
Do You Have Runner’s Knee?

Avid runners can experience pain for a number of reasons, from simple trauma (banging the leg against something) to muscle spasms (usually the result of improper stretching). When running and jogging are consistently painful, however, the problem could...

Jan 29th, 2018
The Essential Guide To Proper Fitness Stretching

Stretching is an important part of any physical activity for casual fitness fans and seasoned athletes alike. Engaging in proper stretching of the muscles before working out may help decrease the risk of pain from an injury, improve range of motion,...

Jan 3rd, 2018
GOLF – Relaxation or Frustration?

For many people, the game of golf is a conundrum … a game of frustration and/or one of relaxation. It takes commitment, practice, and patience to make the game enjoyable. Unfortunately, all that practice may lead to stress on parts of the body,...

Dec 14th, 2017
Here’s Something You Might Not Think Of …

It’s a festive time of year when we are in a mad rush to decorate our homes and buy those special presents for our loved ones. What about a family member or friend who has to undergo surgery during this time of year?

Nov 30th, 2017
Is There Such A Thing As Too Much Golf?

Frequent rounds of golf can cause a number of painful conditions from chronic overuse of the muscles and tendons. Back pain resulting from improper form is one of the more common complaints in orthopedics.

Nov 13th, 2017
MRI’s Have All The Answers … OR DO THEY???

“Doctor, haven’t you looked at my MRI?” This is a question that frequently comes up while visiting a doctor’s office. Most patients who have experienced an orthopedic issue at one time or another will probably undergo an MRI to better clarify the cause...

Nov 8th, 2017
The Not-so-scary Truth About Physical & Occupational Therapy

Our team of Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists at Sarasota Orthopedic Associates know that when you come in for your therapy it can be a bit unsettling and you may have several questions for us: What are they going to do to me?

Oct 23rd, 2017
Common Harmful Myths About Physical Therapy

October is NATIONAL PHYSICAL THERAPY MONTH so what better time to honor our awesome physical therapy staff for their skills and dedication to help our patients get back on their feet, back to work, back in the game, and back to life.

Oct 11th, 2017
DIZZY? Top 10 Facts about Vestibular Disorders

What’s so important about a vestibular disorder and, more important, what the heck is it? First of all, it’s very important and, if you are over 40 years old, you have a 1 in 3 chance of experiencing a balance problem at some point in your lifetime.

Sep 18th, 2017
Do Good Today, And A Little More Tomorrow

Early last week Sarasota Orthopedic Associates teamed up with The Mall at University Town Center and Doctors Hospital of Sarasota to organize a blood drive for the victims of hurricane Harvey. The storm slammed hard into Houston leaving a path of...

Sep 13th, 2017
SUGAR & DRUG ABUSE? Winning the War (August 29th, 2017)

Recent studies have found that sugar can be as addictive as cocaine or alcohol according to the US National Institute on Drug Abuse. For some people, eating foods high in sugar may produce chemical changes in the brain’s “reward” center causing...

Aug 29th, 2017
Up Close And Personal With Julie Gladden Barre, Md

We are so proud to introduce you to Orthopedic Surgeon, Julie Gladden Barre, MD. Dr. Barre has a specialty in Sports Medicine and treats all ages from high school athletes to couch potatoes to weekend warriors to professional athletes.

Aug 22nd, 2017
Surgeon On A Mission

At Sarasota Orthopedic Associates, we believe in supporting our community in many ways and we encourage our staff to do so as well. Our spine surgeon, Dr Andrew Moulton, goes a step further and shares his skills globally to help children in developing...

Aug 7th, 2017
Meet Steven Page, MD – Sports Medicine Physician

Throughout last year we profiled all our physicians here at Sarasota Orthopedic Associates in a series of interviews. We were pleased to have Steven Page, MD join our SOA group late last year as Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine...

Jul 17th, 2017
Here’s One For The Ladies …

HIGH HEEL HAZARDS We know, we know. We can already hear you saying, “But I love my high heels”. Aesthetically, high heels make the shape of a woman’s leg more appealing yet it seems the prettiest shoes are the most dangerous.

Jul 10th, 2017
What Does It Mean? (July 03rd, 2017)

July 4th. This is not simply a day of fireworks, a holiday from work, backyard cookouts, or celebration. It is also one of reflection. What does it mean and how did we get here 241 years later from the most monumental day in our history? In 1776,...

Jul 3rd, 2017
YOUR FEET … Engineering or Art?

Leonardo da Vinci was quoted as saying “The human foot is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art”. He wasn’t kidding around considering a human foot contains 26 bones, 33 joints, and more than 100 muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Because the...

Jun 27th, 2017
The Singing Surgeon

If you live in or near Sarasota, you likely know Randall Morgan, MD as a surgeon at Sarasota Orthopedic Associates. Did you know he’s also a very talented musician and leader of his band, “Soul Sensations”? Huffington Post Contributor, Leni Miller...

Jun 19th, 2017
Thumbs Up On Easing Your Thumb Pain

At Sarasota Orthopedic Associates we are often asked, “My thumb hurts, is this part of aging? Must I live with it or can something be done?” The good news is a resounding YES THERE IS HELP and treatment is typically non-invasive.

Jun 12th, 2017
Keeping It Local – We Can Make A Difference

How important is it for us to support our local community? At Sarasota Orthopedic Associates we are so much more than physicians and medical support staff. We believe supporting our local community through non-profit organizations is an essential...

Jun 5th, 2017
Putting Your Best Foot Forward

Sarasota Orthopedic Associates physicians handle many types of muscle, joint, and spine conditions and injuries. While all of these should be taken seriously, damage to the foot or ankle can result in issues in other parts of the body.

May 18th, 2017
What do YOUR hands say?

Our hands are an intricate marvel of the human body. With 27 bones in each hand and wrist it’s no surprise so much can go wrong for so many people. We often think of injuries to athletes or common clumsy mishaps when a hand is injured. It’s not just...

Apr 25th, 2017
Biggest Losers Turn Out To Be Winners!

If you’ve followed us for the past three months, you already know a few of our enthusiastic staff members took on a challenge to live a better lifestyle and shed some pounds. The team lost a total of 117 pounds to date. Awesome! We wanted to know what...

Apr 17th, 2017
MRI and X-Rays: Myths and Truth

First of all, what is the difference between an MRI (Magnetic Resonance Image) and an X-ray (electro-magnetic wave of high energy with very short wavelength)? The above image on the left is an MRI of a left knee. The image on the right is an x-ray of...

Mar 28th, 2017
Five Awesome Weight Loss Tips

If you’ve been following along, you know we are nearing the final weeks of our “Biggest Loser Challenge” here at Sarasota Orthopedic Associates. Even though our task is coming to a close, we will continue to commit to our new lifestyle of healthy...

Mar 13th, 2017
Make Meatless Monday Memorable

No, Sarasota Orthopedic Associates is not trying to turn you into a Vegetarian or Vegan. We ARE suggesting that cutting back on some of your meat intake could prove beneficial. Dani, in our call center, has some great suggestions here to help you keep...

Mar 6th, 2017
KNEE PAIN? Get Back In The Game

To the casual observer the sport of golf may seem a relaxing, calm respite from daily routine, however nothing is farther from the truth. Today in the U.S. there are over 25 million golfers and 15-20% of them will experience some form of golf injury.

Feb 27th, 2017
No Time To Eat Healthy? No Excuses!

Can you believe we are on week #5 of the #TeamSOA Biggest Loser Challenge? Mary Mather, CFO at Sarasota Orthopedic Associates and co-captain of our challenge, adopted some great ideas to stay organized on her quest for a healthy lifestyle.

Feb 13th, 2017
Everyone Needs A Foam Roller … A What?

We are four weeks into our Biggest Loser Challenge at Sarasota Orthopedic Associates and our staff has been providing helpful fitness information and diet tips. This week we hear from Andrea Gildar in our awesome Physical Therapy department. If you know...

Jan 30th, 2017
The Forgotten Secrets of ACV

As part of our 12 week series of the Sarasota Orthopedic Associates Biggest Loser Challenge, some of our staff are sharing their own health tips. As with any new regimen, it’s always best to check with your physician first. This week, Dani Walsh, from...

Jan 24th, 2017
Transform your Life by Changing Your Morning Routine

If you are new to our blog, Sarasota Orthopedic Associates is undertaking a 12 week biggest loser challenge. We’ve asked our staff to share tips and inspiration during this healthy challenge and ask YOU to join us on our journey.

Jan 16th, 2017
Are YOU a Biggest Loser?

The New Year is here and we are ready to challenge ourselves in beginning a healthy lifestyle. At Sarasota Orthopedic Associates, this week marks the launch of our “Biggest Loser” 12 week staff challenge. We’ve designed a plan of weekly events...

Jan 9th, 2017
Is Modern Technolgy Creating New Physical Ailments?

We are often warned about the dangers of driving and walking while texting. A while ago, we blogged about “Candy Crush Thumb”. These common activities have sent far too many people to their physicians and worse, emergency rooms.

Jan 4th, 2017
Paying It Forward

Many times we see our glass as half empty rather than half full. At this time of year we are reminded of how blessed we are when we witness others less fortunate. This year, with the help of Circus Arts Conservatory,...

Dec 20th, 2016
When A Hand Needs A Hand (December 05th, 2016)

There are 206 bones in the adult body and 27 of them are in the hand and wrist. So it is understandable that most people will suffer a broken bone to the hand or wrist during their lifetime.

Dec 5th, 2016
Giving Thanks For Thanksgiving

At this time we stop and take a breath for that one special day to reflect on what makes us thankful. But what about the rest of the year? Shouldn’t we start every day thankful for at least one something in our lives?

Nov 21st, 2016
A Superb Herb For What Ails You?

Fresh herbs and spices are great in cooking and add unique flavor profiles to your inspirational dishes. But, did you know grandma may be right about some of her home remedies to ward off ailments?

Nov 7th, 2016
What’s So Special About PHYSICAL THERAPY?

October is NATIONAL PHYSICAL THERAPY MONTH and it’s a time when we honor the special people on our PT team. Where do we begin? First, let’s look at the definition of Physical Therapy: the treatment of disease, injury, or deformity using various methods...

Oct 25th, 2016
Shoulder Injuries In Golf

Shoulder injuries are common in golfers. Stresses on the shoulder are different from other sports because each shoulder is in opposition when swinging the club. The forward shoulder stretches across the body with the trailing shoulder raised and rotated.

Oct 12th, 2016
Eating Well On the Road

Today our blog features an article from United Healthcare and their publication “This Week’s Healthy Inspiration”. How many of you are traveling frequently? Or have a long commute? Or heading off on a road trip? Don’t let traveling for work or pleasure...

Sep 15th, 2016
For the Ladies: HIGH HEEL HAZARDS

We know, we know. We can already hear you saying, “But I love my high heels”. Aesthetically, high heels make the shape of a woman’s leg more appealing yet it seems the prettiest shoes are the most dangerous. Unfortunately, high heels are the poorest...

Sep 6th, 2016
What’s That Sound? SNAP, CRACKLE, POP

It’s a question most orthopedic surgeons get asked on a daily basis: “My joint pops…is that normal?” Like most things in life, if it’s not broke (or hurting), don’t fix it. An acute injury resulting in an audible “pop” is different from a situation...

Aug 29th, 2016
Unlocking Your Body’s Full Potential for Golf

Golf is a sport appreciated by people of all ages and abilities. Everyone who plays would like to hit the ball farther and more precisely without low back or neck pain which increases the enjoyment of the game and the longevity of their playing career.

Aug 18th, 2016
Mini-Meals Vs. Three Squares a Day

Eating small, frequent meals can take the edge off your appetite. But which is better for controlling your waistline – eating three squares a day or grazing?

Aug 10th, 2016
Pokemon Go? Or No?

By now you’ve likely heard of the new craze, Pokémon Go. So what’s all the fuss about and why would you want to participate? We admit at first blush, we had no interest but then we got to thinking this could be a good thing … even a healthy thing if...

Aug 1st, 2016
THE HUMAN FOOT: Engineering or Art?

Leonardo da Vinci was quoted as saying “The human foot is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art”. He wasn’t kidding around considering a human foot contains 26 bones, 33 joints, and more than 100 muscles, tendons, and ligaments.

Jul 19th, 2016
Fun Food & Fitness Quiz – Test Your Knowledge

Nowadays we’re more prone than ever to think about our health and ways to stay fit. With so much information and “mis”-information out there in cyberspace to “digest”, it’s not easy making wise choices”.

Jul 5th, 2016
TEXT NECK … Is that really a “thing”?

Indeed it is. Think about it. We spend much of our day with our heads lowered to read our smartphones. It’s not unusual to see people “text-walking” or worse, driving while texting.

Jun 28th, 2016
Summer is a Perfect Time for Pool Therapy

One of the advantages living in Florida is our sunny weather year round so it is not unusual to have daily access to a pool, whether at a private home, community development, or a local Y.

Jun 22nd, 2016