Movement

Not just Physical Therapists, but Movement Optimists

Not just Physical Therapists, but Movement Optimists

Physical Therapists are generally considered movement experts, but we are actually movement optimists.  We believe everyone has the capacity to move well despite age, injury, or illness and it’s our job to help make that happen.   Of course being injured or suffering from a disease process may affect how you move, but there is always room to improve with hope of feeling better. Let’s talk a little about functional movements and how we use them to help you move towards your best self.
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Reaping the rewards, growth and moving forward

Reaping the rewards, growth and moving forward

We were fortunate to be included with a group of presenters who spoke on Community Grant Writing.  Our specific contribution was the practical application of community engagement programming highlighting the WellBatavia Festival and WellBatavia Initiative.  Our presentation helped to provide an example of how attendees can connect to issues in their own community and become problem solvers and how to identify and receive the grants that can help them succeed.  

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Monitor your injury before it actually happens!

Monitor your injury before it actually happens!

We are thrilled to see an increased focus on health and wellness in society today.  Focussing on diet and exercise is a key part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately, many are unaware they are actually over (or under) functioning ...until an injury occurs, alerting them to this fact. A common question we hear from patients is, “So, how do I avoid injury?”

Food as fuel...and much more!

Food as fuel...and much more!

With regard to health and fitness, few things bring about as passionate a response as nutrition and diet.  Many advocate to be experts on the topic but it’s hard to wade through the noise to know who is right and who is wrong. We are all aware that a plethora of things impact how we view food and choices we make when we eat.  As Physical Therapists, we …

Small Groups training vs Large Group classes

Small Groups training vs Large Group classes

We are thrilled to see Beth, owner of Center-Fit, join us here at Catalyst! Having someone we trust to refer our clients to for continued care is of prime importance to us. Once you leave our care, we want you to continue to grow in strength and mobility. The only way to do that is through regular training.

We asked Beth why she does small group trainings rather than larger classes. We think you will be interested in her answer: