Posts Tagged 'virginia'

What is an Infrared Sauna?

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Rather than heating the air (as a traditional sauna does), our Far Infrared Sauna provides direct heat, allowing far infrared rays to penetrate into the body where they gently elevate its surface temperature and activate major bodily functions. Far Infrared treatments can help increase blood flow, stimulate metabolism, promote healing, stimulate detoxifying processes of the skin and liver, and encourage mental and musculoskeletal relaxation. Far Infrared Heat Therapy sessions also provide a convenient way to burn calories, detox, and ...

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Executive Director, Girls on the Run, Norther Virginia, Talks with Core Wellness Radio

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Core Wellness Radio recently spoke with Girls on the Run (GOTR), Northern Virginia, Executive Director, Katey Comerford, about the important work her organization does on behalf of girls across the area. Having worked with GOTR in the past, Core Wellness Radio was anxious to have Ms. Comerford on to educate our listeners and patients about the many ways they can get involved to support these girls. She also discussed the ten-week program, designed to help young girls push themselves ...

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The 5W’s of Pilates Reformer:

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Did you know Core offers Pilates Reformer sessions right in our newly updated clinic? Learn more here about Pilates Reformer and give us a call to set up an appointment.

Who (is it for)?

Anyone interested in Pilates! Whether seasoned or new to the practice, the reformer can help strengthen your core, lengthen muscle groups, and work new areas of the body. And we can tailor exercises just for you based on where you ...

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Staff Announcements

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photo_anneRecently we were saddened to say goodbye to Jackie Lash Callaghan. Jackie was a much loved member of our team, an expert resource on Pilates and nutrition matters, and a great friend to so many in our community.

Fortunately we have found a wonderful new practitioner to pick up where Jackie left off. Anne Viser, PT, is an experienced physical therapist, athletic trainer, and Board Certified Orthopaedic Specialist. Anne has experience ...

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Core Supports Local Running Club for Young Girls

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Core Supports Local Running Club for Young Girls

Core recently partnered with Girls on the Run Northern Virginia on its annual spring 5K event. Held in both the Arlington and Woodbridge locations, the 5K is the culminating achievement for thousands of local girls participating in the Girls on the Run program and is considered a celebration of steps they have taken together towards more joyful, healthy, and confident lives. Core was thrilled to sponsor Mile Marker 2 at the Arlington race, held Sunday, May 15 and this ...

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Talking Fitness Post-Baby with Local FIT4MOM Owner

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Core Wellness Radio recently spoke with FIT4MOM (Arlington/Alexandria chapter) owner, Jennifer Lungren, about the many ways in which her organization helps new and seasoned moms get back in shape after baby. Ms. Lungren discussed several class options for moms–some which include baby, some which do not, simple ways in which mom can incorporate her class learnings at home, ways to stay connected within the community, and the importance of bonding with other local moms with children ...

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2015 Reimbursements

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As many of you know from chats with your clinician, we have transitioned to using ICD-10 codes on our invoices. This is the result of our insurance companies’ desire to have more specific descriptions of your diagnosis, what you’re being treated for, and in some cases the specifics of why and how. Some patients have received letters saying that payment/reimbursement is delayed because of extra codes, specifically the ICD-9 codes. Please notify us of this before December 23rd, 2015, so ...

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Giving Back Locally Around the Holidays

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The holidays are a great time to remind us of all we have to be thankful for; let’s try to end the year by doing a little more to pitch in where we can. Here are some ways to give back locally through the holiday season and all year long:

American Red Cross: Sure, you can certainly write a check or drop off food but consider donating something just as precious: blood. Blood donations are ...

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Manage Fall Chores Safely

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The cooler temperatures and falling leaves provide ample opportunity – and demands – for outdoor chores, encouraging the perfect backdrop for connecting with the outdoors and working in some serious physical activity. The key to being productive – and enjoying it in the process – is safety. When engaging in raking, planting, painting, pruning, and other outdoor chores, follow these tips to help ensure success (and avoid a painful next few days):

Choose the right materials

If you are using ...

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Manage stress simply through organization

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The “lazy” days of summer are winding down and with fall comes fresh demands, including back-to-school, new house projects and yard work, more work and personal scheduling, and yes, the holidays. It’s natural to feel more stressed when new demands are on the horizon. One thing Dr. E and her staff discuss often is the need for organization during particularly stressful times. Chaos—from messy closets, stacks of bills, and clutter—promotes anxiety and a general feeling that you aren’t ...

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