Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Fairway Physical Therapy Wellness Week May 14-16

Come see what this facility has to offer!
We are offering FREE screenings for Bone Density, Brachial Artery and Body Fat.
 We will have additional information on Personal Training Specials, Senior Walking Programs, Weight Loss Challenge, TRX, Pilates  STOP ON IN

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Addition of a physical therapy clinic on the east side of town

Fitness Forum has added another Physical Therapy Clinic on the east side of Syracuse.
Fairway Physical Therapy located in Manlius, NY is now affiliated with Fitness Forum PT.

Monday, March 18, 2013



Wednesday, March 6, 2013

FREE Shoulder Seminar with Dr. Wnorowski

Fitness Forum PT is hosting another FREE seminar that is open to the public. We have Dr. Wnorowski of SOS talking about the topic of shoulder Injuries, treatment options, surgical options. We also have our panel of Physical Therapists who will speak on the importance of rehabilitation of a shoulder condition. Please join us. Please call with any questions: Theresa:477.0888

Monday, December 3, 2012


Friday, November 30, 2012

Coconut Crusted Chicken Strips!

I came up with the idea of doing a recipe along these lines because I’m quite fond of combining coconut flavors with chicken. Some of my favourite Thai dishes are based on this combination and in order to keep them as favourites, I have to introduce some new dishes, otherwise, I will eat myself sick of them. So I decided to create something new isn’t Thai and this is what I’ve come up with; coconut crusted chicken strips. Sounds pretty delicious right? Probably the best thing about this recipe is the fact that it’s probably one of the healthiest chicken strip recipes you’ll ever come across. The chicken is obviously not battered in anything unhealthy and they’re also baked instead of fried. This is not to say that frying food is always a bad idea, but if you do it, the oil or fat used when doing it has to have a very high tolerance to heat.

This dish is amazing as a main, with a simple salad as a side, but it also works just as well as a finger food, or appetizer. I can only imagine it being a hit a some Super Bowl party and equally so if it were for a Sunday night dinner with the kids. It’s very easy to prepare with little preparation and cooking time, which also makes it the perfect recipe to get your kids involved in the preparation process. Applying the coconut batter to the chicken strips is especially fun for kids. Simply make sure that the little ones get a good hand wash after touching the raw chicken.

If you decide to enjoy those chicken strips as a main, some good ideas for sides are the special sweet potato salad, the raspberry and spinach salad, the mushroom salad or the guacamole with radish and oranges. A simple coleslaw, like one that can be found in the cookbook, is also a great idea.

The recipe I’m sharing with you is quite basic. It’s great this way, but do not be shy to use some extra seasoning if you feel like it. It can be difficult to find the right type of seasoning to use, because the coconut is naturally a sweeter nutty flavour that doesn’t not always blend well with other strong flavor. With that being said, if you don’t stray too far from the traditional Thai seasonings, you shouldn’t run into any problems.

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Coconut Crusted Chicken Strips

Infections and Chronic Disorders

Chronic diseases (health problems that last for months or years, like arthritis and cancer) are draining and frustrating. Often, doctors can only treat the symptoms – and often, even that isn’t particularly effective. For many people a Paleo diet can bring relief from the symptoms of chronic diseases, especially gut diseases like Crohn’s Disease, celiac, or diabetes. For others, though, symptoms persist even on the best of diets – and many people feel frustrated and discouraged when the purest nightshade-free, FODMAPs-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free autoimmune Paleo protocol isn’t helping.

In a community focused on diet, the temptation to solve every problem with some kind of dietary change is very strong. But it’s important to remember that poor health might have causes outside your kitchen. In the case of chronic health problems, researchers are increasingly discovering that conditions like cancers, autoimmune disorders, and neurological diseases are strongly linked to infections by viruses, bacteria, or fungi. These infections can trigger the onset of a chronic disease,* or worsen one that already exists. Although many infections don’t ever become chronic, and many chronic infections don’t ever develop into anything worse, the physiological burden of fighting off a chronic infection can strain your body’s resources and undermine your health and vitality even on the most inoffensive and nourishing diet.

*(for the sake of clarity, in this article, “chronic disease” will refer to a chronic non-infectious, disease like cancer; “chronic infection” and “chronic infectious disease” will refer to a chronic infectious disease like herpes or hepatitis B)

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Infections and Chronic Disorders

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