Sit up. Shoulders back. Don’t slouch! These are all phrases we have heard time and time again from those around us in an attempt to get us to improve our posture. Factors in our environment such as the desk we sit at for hours, or the electronic device perched in […]
Naples Personal Training’s very own Dr. of Physical Therapy, Ryan Hickey was on a team of researchers at Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) that confirmed the positive effects the OSFLOW® has on Balance and Postural Sway in a geriatric population. Continue reading for the full news release… Naples Personal Training […]
Naples Personal Training is proud to announce we have a new owner, Kevin Chiddister. Kevin has been a Personal Trainer at Naples Personal Training since it’s inception in 2011 and is now owner and operating manager. All NPT staff and trainers, including Sean Wells are continuing on at Naples Personal […]
Get out and walk today Naples! All it takes is 30 minutes of walking each day to minimize the negative health impacts of sitting. To truly optimize your health, reduce aging, and maximize your mental and physical potential, exercise is even more important! Call today to schedule a consultation with […]
Check out our newest video on a novel ankle treatment! Rehab drop foot, ankle sprains, and/or control your stance during running.
Naples Personal Training featured in the Naples Daily News as key players in helping to spread the word on The Osflow. The Osflow is a vibration platform that helps with relaxtion, balance, golf, and even pain. http://www.naplesnews.com/participate/373073581.html?d=mobile
Catch in your knee? Painful knee? Don’t rush to surgery. According to this recent study surgery does not improve your outcomes. In fact, several other articles show that having meniscus surgery can increase the chance of arthritis. Instead, go see your PT to decrease your pain, improve your motion, and […]
Do you have knee pain? Thinking about asking your doctor for an x ray? This article dives into how the severity of an X ray may be correlated to pain. The key word is correlated! Imaging does not infer causation! While imaging may help with diagnosis it does little to […]