FYZICAL's own Mary Rachford of FYZICAL Naperville will be discussing the Seven Ways to be Happy & Healthy during IPTA's October #ThirdThursday event on October 16th at 5:30pm at the IPTA Chapter Office (905 N. Main Street, Naperville, IL 60563). The presentation is open to all ages and is free to attend. Event information below:
NAPERVILLE – They say the best wine gets better with age, but did you know that it could also disguise yours? That's right, drinking red wine in moderation can help protect your skin from UV rays and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Antioxidants found in red wine, and other guilty pleasures, can help stimulate your body's production of a serum that keeps cells young and radiantly healthy.
Adding antioxidants to your diet seems simple enough right? The Illinois Physical Therapy Association (IPTA) invites you to discover other surprising simple tips towards looking younger, feeling better, and becoming smarter.
On October 16th, Naperville area physical therapist, Mary Rachford, will unveil the Seven Ways to be Happy & Healthy during IPTA's October #ThirdThursday event. Join us at the IPTA Chapter Office (905 N. Main Street, Naperville, IL 60563) at 5:30 PM as Rachford guides you through the reasoning and the science behind unlocking the secrets towards getting a better night's sleep, properly detoxing your body, and staying physically and mentally fit as you age.
This one hour presentation is open to all ages and is free to attend. As space is limited, the IPTA kindly requests that all who are interested in attending, RSVP by visiting the IPTA website, www.ipta.org, and clicking on the "#ThirdThursday" homepage banner.
#ThirdThursdays is an initiative of the IPTA to better serve their membership and the community. On the third Thursday of every month, the IPTA opens the doors of their new permanent home, to encourage the community to visit and learn more about how physical therapy can help individuals recover from injury, restore mobility, reduce the risk the future injury, and improve overall health. The IPTA is a State Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, a nationally recognized nonprofit professional association.
Mary Rachford is a physical therapist with over 20 years of experience and training. Rachford is the proud owner of FYZICAL Therapy & Balance Center in Naperville, formally Naperville Physical Therapy, and for the past 20 years has owned and operated her business while treating patients and advocating for the profession.
The IPTA strives to improve the health and quality of life of individuals through the advancement of physical therapist practice, education, and research and being a leading force in shaping and influencing health policy in Illinois.
Physical Therapists (PTs) and Physical Therapist Assistants (PTAs) are your partners throughout your journey to restoring and maintaining motion so that you can function at your personal best. To learn more, visit www.moveforwardpt.com.
To learn more about the Illinois Physical Therapy Association, visit www.ipta.org.