Straight To The Point Blog

February 3rd, 2020

Cold Weather Aches and Pains and What to Do About Them: Video

When the temperature drops, does your pain level go up? For many patients, there is a tie between cold weather and aching joints. In this video, Point Performance’s Michal Tekle explores the causation and remedies for this phenomenon. There have been a lot of studies conducted, but results remain inconclusive. One theory is that the Read More…

January 21st, 2020

Balance Exercises: Video

Standing on one leg is a good test of how your balance is, but it does not emulate good balance in the real world. Very rarely are we forced to stand like a flamingo. Instead, balance comes into play while walking and moving. Having good balance is important for all movement. Balance exercises can improve Read More…

January 6th, 2020

Avoiding Winter Falls: Video

Snow days can mean sledding, hot cocoa and a movie by the fire. But they are also dangerous. Snow and ice mean an increased risk of fall. Every year, there are 3 million hospitalizations related to falls. That’s one in every four people over the age of 65, and as you age, the rate of Read More…

December 20th, 2019

How to Create New Year’s Resolutions That Stick

New Year’s resolutions. Yes, it’s that time of year again. When thoughts turn to making our selves all shiny and new—with intention, purpose and results. But before we’re very far into the New Year, our resolution is a thing of the not-so-distant past. It’s no wonder that the beginning of a new year is the Read More…

December 12th, 2019

Happy Holidays from Point Performance!

Watch our team holiday video for some great health and safety tips for this holiday season!

December 4th, 2019

Sleep: How And Why It Matters To Your Musculoskeletal Recovery

One-third of your life is spent sleeping. While we rest, we shift into another mode of operation when our brains release critical hormones that repair damaged tissues, encourage connective tissue repair and muscle growth, regulate the immune system, detox the brain, and produce energy. The latest sleep research reveals that the brain manages a vast Read More…