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March 11, 2016 admin No comments exist

By Joseph Reinke, CFA, CEO of FitBUX We often hear that planning for retirement early is key.  However, often before we start saving we have already put our financial future in jeopardy.  This happens because the debt we take out to fund our education, cars, houses, etc…  This has been exacerbated in the recent years…

March 11, 2016 admin No comments exist

by Cindy Hon, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, FAAOMPT Over the last few weeks, I am hearing more and more horrifying student loan numbers from my colleagues who recently graduated from PT school.  Most recently at APTA CSM, I heard stories of PT student loan debt of 180K and above.  If I were a new grad…

January 17, 2016 admin No comments exist

Posture affects standing, and not just the physical kind. Slouching can have ill effects on body and state of mind. But with some solid effort, and sometimes exercises, muscular imbalances can be corrected.  In addition, it may be time to invest in a posture shirt….  The following is a link to an article in the…

December 12, 2015 admin 1 comment

The University of Purdue and Gallup recently released a report that highlights the relationship between student debt, experience, and perceptions of college worth.  The report highlights how individuals feel about college and if it was worth the expense. It also highlights an important point, what individual’s wish they had more of while in school that…

December 8, 2015 admin No comments exist

The following article was published by Brooke Andrus on WebPT.  The original can be viewed by clicking here. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to provide higher-quality care at a lower cost. With the healthcare industry’s fast-moving transition to value-based—rather than service-based—payment systems, that’s the challenge many providers are facing. And while…

December 1, 2015 admin No comments exist

The post When pain on the left causes pain on the right appeared first on Body in Mind. My recent Journal of Pain article (Niederstrasser et al., 2015) can be summarized in one really long, cryptic and almost unintelligible sentence, which if you bear with me, I will explain: “If you have high levels of…