Keep Moving For Your Heart!

HTS Rehab News – January 2019 Research shows regular exercise can slow cardiovascular aging. As you age and become less active, your heart just like any other muscle in your body can weaken. Healthy blood vessels are flexible however with age blood vessels can become...

Live Pain Free in 2019!

HTS Rehab News – January 2019 More people in America suffer from pain than diabetes, cancer and heart disease combined. When pain lasts for a long time (3 to 6 months or more), it is called chronic pain. The CDC recently released a report estimating that 50 million...

Maintaining Balance As You Age

HTS Rehab News – September 2018 Good balance is being able to easily control and maintain your body’s position. Maintaining good balance and sense of body position is critical to preventing falls. Falling is the ultimate loss of balance and the leading cause of...

Maintaining Balance As You Age

Good balance is being able to easily control and maintain your body’s position. Maintaining good balance and sense of body position is critical to preventing falls. Falling is the ultimate loss of balance and the leading cause of debilitating injury and premature...