Physical therapy researcher affirms study on muscle strength and inactivity
Grace Walker Physical and Occupational Therapist at Walker Physical Therapy and Pain Center finds this study interesting: Inactivity Saps Muscle Strength in Younger and Older People Equally: Study Published on June 26, 2015 In just 2 weeks of not using their legs, young people lose a third of their muscle strength; putting their muscle strength […]
Dr Grace Walker, Physical and Occupational Therapist and Nutritionist Caught a Big One !
Dr Grace Walker, Physical and Occupational Therapist and Nutritionist traveled to Kenai, Alaska last week with her husband Jim Gray. The photo to the left is Dr. Walker with her last day’s Halibut catch! The big one… 121 pounds and the second smallest one! Dr. Grace Walker is glad that her core and shoulder girdle muscles were […]
Dr. Grace Walker, Caring and Empowering Physical and Occupational Therapist, Goes Hiking in Galapagos!
Grace Walker and her husband Jim had an adventurous day hiking in the scorching equator heat of the Galapagos Islands! An experienced physical therapist, Grace prepared for her career at the University Of British Columbia School Of Rehabilitation Medicine, Physical Therapy, and Occupational Therapy. After graduating in 1976 and becoming a Chartered Physical Therapist, Grace Walker […]