Lets Talk Running Surfaces

Lets Talk Running Surfaces Today’s Wellfie Wednesday post is about running: Lets Talk Running Surfaces! I struggle with running in general because of my size, so I tend to stick to stationary and recumbent bikes when it comes to cardio. It all comes down to the fact that running is high impact, and at my current … Read more

Did you know your Physical Therapist can specialize in Orthopedics?

Did you know your Physical Therapist can specialize in Orthopedics? Being a physical therapist has been a wonderfully rewarding career. I have been practicing for 10 years (11 this November). I love the involvement in healthcare and helping people achieve their goals and return to their activities of daily living. Despite practicing physical therapy for … Read more

New Season, Same Old Mets: #thingshealthierthanthemets

Injured Mets

New Season, Same Old Mets: #thingshealthierthanthemets The Mets beat the Braves last night 16-5 and it they had NO HOME RUNS!!! The team that usually lives and dies by the home run, won big without a home run. However, one thing that has not changed is the injuries. Stephen Matz is still out, Cespedes pulled … Read more

Do you know who Lev Vygotsky is? Here is a hint: Think Soviet Psychologist

Vygotsky Zone of Proximal Development

Do you know who Lev Vygotsky is? Odds are you know who he is, but you don’t know you know. He was a Soviet psychologist who lived from 1896 – 1934 and the founder of cultural-historical psychology theory. Most of Vygotsky’s notable work was in developmental psychology. Vygotsky proposed a theory of higher psychological functions … Read more