Welcome to Stay in the Game, a monthly blog where the team from The Queen's Health Systems share the latest tips on the treatment and prevention of sports injuries. We want to help you play hard and be well - a winning combination that will keep you in the game all season long.

What is proprioception?


Balance is key to movement, not only in sports but in everyday life. In this video, Katie Wongthipkongka, DPT, physical therapist at The Queen's Medical Center, talks about proprioception and shows us simple exercises to help improve our balance.


The Queen's Health Systems provides inpatient and outpatient Rehabilitation Services to reduce pain and improve patient mobility and function. To learn more about Outpatient Physical Therapy at The Queen's Medical Center, call 808-691-4211.


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