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This year approximately 108.7 million Americans are over 50 years old (about 34%). That includes 76.4 million Baby Boomers (1946 –1964). compared to 49 million Generation X (1964-1980) and 82 million Millennials (1981-2000) (AARP). In about five years, the world population of 65-year-olds will outnumber children under 5 for the first time in human history (US Census).  So, while the American population is aging, middle age is not what it used to be. In general people look, act and fe...
Posted on 2019-10-09
Specialized Physical Therapy provides several advanced outpatient rehabilitation services. They are among a small handful of clinics in the Omaha area to possess one of the most innovative rehabilitation tools on the market—an Anti-Gravity treadmill, otherwise known as the Alter G. Specialized Physical Therapy has an AlterG at their Maple Street and Pacific Street locations. What is the AlterG? A high-tech treadmill that uses an air pressure regulated system to decrease the weight of...
Posted on 2019-10-07
6. Fontenelle Forest & TreeRush Adventures (1111 Bellevue Blvd. North) Where the heck have I been, that I didn’t know there was a whole ropes course/zip line “adventure park” connected to Fontenelle Forest?? I have to admit, I’m guilty of not taking advantage of the Fontenelle Forest attraction in the past (shame on me, I know), but I’m looking at their website now, and I am totally putting it on my calendar for this fall—particularly to check out thei...
Posted on 2019-09-27
Owner and Physical Therapist, Dr. Jeffrey Zimmerman, adds another honorable acheivement to his name! Jeff recently received a certificate for completion of the "Executive Program in Private Practice Management" from Evidence In Motion (Institute of Health Professions). This was a year long course which provided practical applications that will help take our practice to the next level. The program is equivalent to obtaining your doctorate of phyiscal therapy degree. In Jeff's case, he al...
Posted on 2019-09-18
5. Lauritzen Gardens & Kenefick Park (100 Bancroft St, Omaha, NE) Talk about beautiful scenery! It’s a great place to walk – but in the interest of full disclosure - it’s more of an attraction than a park (they don’t allow anything more rigorously aerobic than walking - no jogging, biking, frisbees, kites, skateboards, etc.). They DO have all kinds of exhibits and scheduled events throughout the year though. I’m listing a few examples here of the more a...
Posted on 2019-09-16
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