Empire Update: Week of 9/14
Cinnamon Baked Mini Pumpkins
Here’s a recipe to use those little decorative pumpkins that fill the market this time of year. It’s possible to turn these pumpkins into a quick and yummy dessert.
Here’s the sweet and creamy dessert recipe for baking small pumpkins with coconut oil, cinnamon and a touch of coconut sugar. Pumpkins are a kind of squash, which means they are great sources of Vitamin A and excellent antioxidants. They're great for your immune system as we head into fall & winter!
Courtesy of RealHealthyRecipes.com
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Fast Five with Kyle!
We have a new face at the clinic this fall; our student physical therapist Kyle Ioos!
Kyle is currently in the physical therapy program at Sacred Heart University & is set to graduate in May of 2021.
1. What made you want to become a Physical Therapist? I dislocated my shoulder twice when I was in 6th grade and had orthoscopic surgery. I went to physical therapy as a result of that and my experience there made me want to be a PT myself.
2. What is your favorite body part to treat? The knee
3.Where do you see yourself professionally in 10 years? Hopefully I either own a practice or am in a managerial position at a hospital.
4. What was the hardest part of PT school? Studying; you have to put in a ton of hours!
5. How will you celebrate once you graduate? I'm getting married in November of 2021- that will be a great celebration!
Exercise of the Week: Triceps
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Dr. Tony Tanzi: Physical Therapist, Triathlete, Runner, Performance Coach