ProHealth Physical Therapy and Pilates Studio Blog

August 21, 2022

Are You Hydrated During Summer Heat? Tips to Prevent Dehydration

As the weather starts to heat up, it’s important to be aware of the dangers of dehydration.  Even mild dehydration can cause problems with your mood, […]
August 8, 2022

How Pilates Improves Your Tennis Game

Do you love playing tennis but struggle with certain aspects of your game? Perhaps you’re not as flexible as you’d like to be or your endurance […]
August 7, 2022

Employee Spotlight: Ashley Mitchell

Hi Ashley! Thanks so much for letting us shine the ProHealth spotlight on you this week. What’s your position at ProHealth Physical Therapy and Pilates and […]
July 31, 2022

How Pilates Improves Swimming – 4 Ways

Swimming is a great exercise that improves your health and fitness. But did you know that Pilates can also help improve your swimming? As the weather […]
July 29, 2022

What’s Up with My Elbow Pain?

The elbow is a unique joint in the body. As a hinge joint, all the elbow can do is bend and straighten. The long upper arm […]
July 24, 2022

5 Ways to Protect Your Skin in Summer

In the summertime, we definitely want to enjoy the warm weather and sunshine. But along with that comes the need to protect our skin from the […]
July 10, 2022

5 Foods in Season During Summer to Eat Now

Now that the weather is warming up, it’s the perfect time to enjoy seasonal fruits and vegetables! Eating in season has tons of health benefits, from […]
July 3, 2022

What Is Tennis Elbow and How Physical Therapy Can Help It

If you’re a tennis player, you know the importance of keeping your arm in top condition. But what happens when you start to experience pain in […]
May 24, 2022

Top 7 Benefits of Pilates

Are you curious about Pilates but not quite sure how it can help you? Here are seven reasons to try Pilates today!  To start, Pilates helps […]
June 28, 2021

How to Survive a Sprained Ankle

Physical Therapy for Sprained Ankle You think you’ve sprained your ankle. Before you try walking on it, checking the severity of the injured ankle is important. […]