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Physical Therapy Compression by Shilah C. Azib Posted Sat 16 Jan 2010 6:01pm Almost everybody desires to be healthy, to be free of diseases and to be able to optimize one’s body for work, recreation and other activities. However, as people grow with age, one’s body may not be as sound as it used to be. Diseases and accidents also inevitably affect one’s well-being. Of the many ailments, a number of people experi ... Read on »
Physical Therapy by RunEatPlay Posted Mon 02 Apr 2012 1:25pm This morning before I went to my physical therapy appointment, I had a Fage yogurt for breakfast. I still wasn’t feeling too well, so I just had something small. I love these yogurts. It’s almost like eating a dessert because they’re so good. My physical therapy appointment went good. It was a lot of information to absorb. Basically, ... Read on »
Pilates Benefits: 25 Reasons to Give Pilates a Try by Anastasiya Goers Patient Expert Posted Wed 06 May 2009 1:33pm Pilates has come a long way in the last 50 years. It started by being a means of conditioning for a very small group of people (dancers primarily in New York), gradually progressed through the years and exploded as a exercise trend about 10 years ago. Now its glory is fading away while giving place to other new fads. True Pilates followers (like ... Read on »
6 Ways To Help Your Clients Stick with Their Pilates Workout Program by Aliesa George Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Dec 2008 9:18pm I was eating lunch today and talking shop with one of my Centerworks-trained, PMA Certified Pilates teachers,  and we ended up on the topic of:   How to effectively get clients enthusiastic about Pilates, AND keep them signing up for lessons so we can really help them see the benefits Pilates has to offer.  So I had to put on my thinking c ... Read on »
The Back Story- The best back pain treatment in NYC by Dr. Shoshany Facebook Posted Fri 29 May 2009 12:00am New York Chiropractor visit Chiropractic Mentioned in AARP the Magazine The July-August issue of /AARP the Magazine/ , the nation's largest circulation magazine with more than 24 millions readers, includes a story about back pain and mentions chiropractic as one of the "best treatments for lasting relief." ... Read on »
Benefits Of Using An Elliptical Trainer by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 3:01pm 1 Comment Copyright © 2008 Lucy . Visit the original article at . Anybody who has walked through a gym, browsed the exercise section at their local retailer, or even watched a movie that included a work out scene knows what an elliptical trainer is. But not everyone know ... Read on »
Brain benefits of treadmill exercise for stroke victims confirmed by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 16 Sep 2008 7:25am Research shows improvement from exercise even years post-stroke. - People who walk on a treadmill even years after stroke damage can significantly improve their health and mobility, changes that reflect actual “rewiring” of their brains, according to research spearheaded at Johns Hopkins. “This is great news for stroke ... Read on »
Get A Complete Workout With One Piece of Fitness Equipment by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Jul 2008 7:01pm Copyright © 2008Lucy. Visit the original article at Rowing machineshave fast been emerging as an excellent way to exercise more than just your legs, in fact all the major muscle groups get a complete workout on a rowing machine! Getting the most complete workout ... Read on »
Aquatic Therapy at Boston Sports Medicine by Corey S. Posted Thu 21 Jul 2011 5:00am You might remember my recent injury that left me wearing a boot on my left leg for a few weeks. It was not a pleasant experience, but at the same time I know I am incredibly lucky that it ended up being a minor setback and healing quickly. I felt so fortunate to have been  back to running about 4 weeks post-marathon (a.k.a ons ... Read on »
Body vibration therapy fails test in MS patients by Jeff Pile Posted Fri 08 Oct 2010 5:27pm Thu Oct 7, 2010 5:25pm EDT By Adam Marcus NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Whole-body vibration is pitched as a solution to everything from low bone density in astronauts to a better golf swing for weekend duffers and as an aid to rehabilitating weakened muscles. But a small new study suggests that regular training using whole-body vibration doe ... Read on »