Every Body Walk!

  If it is raining, we will meet at Princeton Shopping Center to walk under cover. It’s a nice place to walk and you don’t have to skip your walking routine just because it’s raining!   Walking Schedule: July 18, 2017 and July 20, 2017 Turning Basin Park Take Nassau Street (Rt 27) to Mercer Street. […]

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~~PWR! A Specialized Parkinson’s Exercise Program~~

    THINK BIG! Exercises include large amplitude movements based on LSVT Parkinsons Program  PWR! Exercise is a crucial part of Parkinson’s management  Optimize your function and improve your quality of life!       Targeted Responses from PWR! classes: Decrease stiffness and low amplitude movement Improve Parkinson’s motor and gait disturbances  Improve posture, balance, and flexibility […]

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“Fit to a T” – Osteoporosis Education Lecture

Progression Physical Therapy presents the: “Fit to a T”osteoporosis education lecture   Date: January 26, 2016 Location: Progression Physical Therapy of Princeton, 11 State Road Suite 300/400, Princeton, NJ Time: 10:00 a.m. – 11 a.m.   “Fit to a T” Osteoporosis Education  A free 1-hour interactive session presented by a physical therapist who is an expert in osteoporosis […]

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Create New Habits for Healthy Eating

Judith Robinson, Princeton resident and environmental activist, will present this series of four 1 – 1/2 hour sessions which lead to establishing new healthy and satisfying eating habits. Create New Habits for Healthy Eating with Judith Robinson Dates: Mondays: October 5, 12, 19, & 26 Time:  6:30 – 8:00 pm Place: Progression Physical Therapy of Princeton […]

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Fall Prevention and Balance Therapy

Among older adults, falls are the leading cause of injury related deaths. They are also the most common cause of nonfatal injuries and hospital admissions for trauma.1 Most falls are a result of factors such as impaired postural stability, physical weakness, neurological problems, chronic medical conditions, vestibular disorders, and environmental factors. Certain drugs and their […]

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Osteoporosis is a bone diseases characterized by a loss of bone mass, leading to skeletal fragility and then to fractures. One of two women and one of eight men will be diagnosed with osteoporosis. It is called a “silent disease” because you cannot feel or see your bones becoming thinner over time. Unfortunately, many people […]

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Posture & Ergonomics

These days, more people find it necessary to seek physical therapy and ergonomic education due to increasing use of advanced technology including mobile phones, tablets/iPads, laptops, etc. Conditions such as neck pain, headaches, shoulder pain, numbness/tingling in arms, elbow/wrist/hand pain can often be caused by poor posture and ergonomics during texting, computer work, and general […]

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