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What To Do For A Sore Back

Living with back pain is not fun for you, your family or friends. Often it prevents you from being productive at work, participating in activities or enjoying some family pleasures – such as taking a walk or playing with your children or grandchildren. There are many options available for people who want to know what…

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Do You Have a Fall Prevention Plan?

Falls… they happen too often! For this reason, we have created vital information with helpful tips to help people of all ages prevent a fall and possible injuries! A fall prevention plan begins with scheduling an appointment with your doctor. At this appointment you will want to discuss some of the following points and/or concerns…

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Are You Ready For Summer?

Summer is the time many of us immerse ourselves into outdoor activities. Unfortunately, not everyone is ready due to chronic or acute pain, feeling tired, carrying around too much weight or consumed with stress – both physically and emotionally. We struggle with trying to find the best way to lose weight or find ways on…

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Should You Consider Purchasing Custom Orthotics?

In order to stand, walk or run – you need a strong foundation. This begins with the feet, which bears a great deal of the body’s weight. Many of us need assistance to balance and stabilize our feet, or help to give the body time to heal when an injury is sustained. Therefore, orthotics for…

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Athletes can Reduce Risk of Injury

Whether you are an amateur sports enthusiast or a professional athlete – sports injuries occur. While each case is different, injuries are sustained due to poor warm-up and stretching techniques, poor posture, overtraining, a previous undetected injury or training incorrectly. In fact, an injury in one part of the body can manifest symptoms in other…

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Alternative Medicine Doctor can help with Lyme Disease

Lyme disease (Lyme borreliosis) is an infection caused by the bacteria Borrelia borgdorferi. It is transmitted from an infected black-legged tick to a human, often between late spring and early summer. (Not all ticks carry the bacteria.) Lyme disease is commonly found in New Jersey and New York. It is the most prevalent tick-borne infectious…

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Alternative Treatment Options for Heart Issues

There is a time and place for traditional medicine. However, more and more people are seeking alternative treatments or therapies to deal with a multitude of ailments – including heart disease. In fact, in the US, approximately 38% of adults and 12% of children are using some form of CAM (Complementary and Alternative Medicine) –…

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Are you seeking Hip Therapy after a Hip Replacement?

Hip replacements have been successfully performed for over 55 years. They are a common orthopedic surgery. Once discharged, Physical Therapy is vital to restoring normal joint motion and strength. Factors that determine whether a patient will be discharged and sent home or go to a rehabilitation facility are generally based upon several factors: Patient’s age….

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Important Information for Knee Replacement Recovery

Once a patient is discharged from the hospital, knee replacement rehabilitation follows. At this point, patients are usually able to bend their knee – hopefully to at least a 90 degree angle, dress and bathe themselves and have limited need for an assistive device. Physical Therapy for knee replacement helps patients return to their lifestyle….

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How to Enhance Athletic Performance… Naturally!

Participating in sports offers a world of benefits. Physical activity is linked to reducing the risk of 20+ illnesses – including some types of cancer and cardiovascular disease. Additional benefits include: Keeps us fit – physically and mentally. Helps burn extra calories and lose weight. When sports programs are implemented in schools, absenteeism and the…

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