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Pain'S ARCHIVE

  • Education and learning doesn’t stop with a physical therapy degree. Our physical therapists and trainers work together to learn new ways to help you recover faster. Think of us as a giant collaborative think tank on movement. We incorporate the latest techniques and proven game-changers. A small sampling of our arsenal includes: Selective Functional Movement Assessment™, which helps us […]

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  • The Problem New York City musician Alex Levy had been running regularly for 20 years when he began experiencing persistent pain in his right knee. He tried strengthening exercises with a trainer, then chiropractic work with an osteopath. Neither offered relief. Finally he got an MRI. His medial meniscus, the cartilage that absorbs shock in […]

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  • 7 Foot Fixes

    By | In Health, Movement, Pain | on December 6, 2014

    Every year at this time, we see a parade of aching feet. The reason can vary from balance to stability issues aggravated by the season’s constant hustle and bustle. Use these Physiofitness true and tried methods (including moves) to end the year on a happy footnote. 1. Try Toe Yoga Elevate the big toe and let the […]

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  • Your Best Winter Ever

    By | In Function, Injury, Movement, Pain, Training | on November 6, 2014

    We see it every year. With the end of the New York Marathon everyone seems to ache – and not just the runners. It’s that time of year. Super-active summers go straight into crazy busy falls. The weather turns and with more indoor time, less activity, and some stillness, the aches and pains begin. Discover how […]

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  • Getting serious about work after a summer of shortened weeks can be rough, especially for those of us who lug heavy backpacks, laptop bags, and gym bags around the city. The majority of people who carry bags are at risk for back pain due to heavy loads, uneven distribution of weight, and hunched shoulders. With […]

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  • Have you ever had the kind of pain that never goes away? You’ve tried manual therapy, stretching, massage, cold laser therapy… You get relief for a little while, but don’t get too excited – you know it won’t be long before it comes back. When you’re about to give up, we’re just getting started. Last […]

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  • I want to discuss movement. I want to discuss function. I want to discuss injury and pain. But first, let’s talk about puddles. In your quaint (okay, tiny) NYC apartment, you discover a puddle of water on the kitchen floor. You clean it up. Problem solved. The next day, you shuffle out of bed and […]

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