Movement is the key to weight management, arthritis management, and an overall healthy lifestyle. With busy work and home schedules many adults find they don’t have time to exercise. What can you do when your job involves sitting behind a computer, or being trapped at a desk? The solution is easier than you think.
At KCP we strive to help our patients feel healthy and active. Challenge yourself to an additional 15 minutes of activity a day by using some of these tips to get extra movement into your day.
Exercises For Early Risers
If you are trying to get your workout in before your workday starts consider doing these fitness techniques and ideas first thing in the morning:
While 15 minutes may not seem like much, it is a great start to an active lifestyle.
For further exercise information call Joy or Joyce to consult for personal training. If you can’t come in, lets try a virtual workout!
In the weeks after the birth of my first child I experienced 24 hour lower back and hip pain. The pain was so debilitating that it caused me to limp when I walked and have difficulty lifting my baby. Luckily, Joyce Kight changed my life dramatically. For several months she provided excellent physical treatment and emotional support, eliminating my pain and fears. When I once again experienced severe back pain after the birth of my second child, I knew who to call. Joyce to the rescue! After a few months of frequent treatments I was back to being the active, roll around on the floor kind of mom that my girls need.
I highly recommend Joyce Kight and KCP Physical Therapy. The facility is great, treatment is effective, and I don’t have to worry about bringing my girls with me because the women who work there are always willing and excited to soothe a crying baby or distract an antsy toddler while I am being treated. After almost three years of on-and-off treatments they are like my family and I actually miss having regular appointments. Thank you to Joyce and all of the staff members! You truly change people’s lives!
“Pain and Discomfort have always been my greatest teachers. It’s the scientific method. Why am I in pain? Where is the pain located? How do we treat the pain? How do we not repeat this process again? Ask the questions and follow the pain to the answers. In this case pain led me to “The Awesome Joyce Kight”,who treated me and taught me some priceless wisdom. Thank you, Joyce.”