With all of today’s technology, it is not unusual that there are plenty of health apps being launched globally. All of these apps vary when it comes to their purposes. Some are used for fitness activity tracking, some are calorie checkers, some monitor respiratory diseases, and some even help spot mental illness. You can simply […]
Ed riffs on achieving better posture. In the video above, Ed discusses how to develop and maintain good posture, touching on the following topics: Envisioning posture based on classic “before and after “pictures Posture involves increasing your abdominal tone in order to support your back. Think of it as pushing your stomach back, not […]
The secrets to living an awesome life are simple. But living those secrets can be incredibly difficult. How can we even know if we are correct? It’s simple really… And the kernel of every truth is the nucleus of an infinitely complex existence.
Over the last 3 years we have been publishing Functional Therapy Magazine we have tackled many subjects. As we have worked to share insights about health from a variety of perspectives, I have been publishing about “Wholistic health” and “Life Balance” as well as about some tricks to “Pain Reduction”, “Stroke Rehabilitation” and “Shoulder Recovery”. […]
In April of 1996 I finished my last internship of my Occupational Therapy degree. I received my diploma in the mail a few weeks later. Graduation didn’t mean an end to my education but, in many ways, it marked the start of it. The privilege to be able to work as an Occupational Therapist and […]
Welcome to Functional Therapy Magazine! This is the new, improved FTM site. Recently we had some serious hacking trouble. Some bad guys attacked us and they won… but they can’t keep us down. We invested in a better more secure system that will be much more difficult to harm. I don’t want to tempt them because […]