coronavirus

Gyms Are Reopening But We Have Learned Three Things Since They Closed

As you probably know, Capitol Rehab of Arlington started out in the Golds Gym in Clarendon back in the 1990s so consider me a great fan of gyms as a place for people to congregate and improve their overall wellbeing. But apparently, 24 percent of people disagree with me. Gyms are reopening, but according to …

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Obesity and COVID-19: How Exercise Increases Immunity

By Dr. Bill Booker, DC, and Dr. Denia Tapscott, MD Don’t forget our Boost Your Immunity webinar on Thursday, April 23 at 6:30 p.m. Click on this registration link to join us! It should come as no surprise to you that the practitioners at Capitol Rehab of Arlington would leave EXERCISE as the finale for …

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Table of Coronavirus data showing 0% of cases as serious.

Coronavirus by the Numbers: 99.7 Percent of New Cases Are Classified as ‘Mild’

Our goal is to provide information on Coronavirus by the numbers in order to help our community stay informed. The most common misconception regarding the data is conflating the rate of contracting the virus with the rate of getting seriously ill from the virus. As of Monday morning, there were 3,958 active cases of Coronavirus …

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24 Years and Counting. March is Capitol Rehab’s Anniversary

March 8 is the official date of Capitol Rehab’s anniversary, and we are grateful to still be serving the Greater Arlington community, especially through so many trials and tribulations. In fact, what better time than now to recount all that we have endured through and survived during these past 24 years? For instance, we have …

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Support Your Immune System During Virus Season and All Year Long

With coronavirus occupying headlines these days, a lot of attention is focused on ways to prevent spreading the virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Protection (CDC) has issued recommmendations for reducing the spread of disease. They include washing hands, coughing and sneezing into your elbow, and staying home from school or work when you’re …

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