Physical Therapy Howard Beach

  • Movement And Mood

    Movement And Mood

    It is scientifically proven that exercise can improve depression and generally make people happier. After an injury, it is difficult to be on the move. It is difficult to exercise and often, we end up coach-ridden for weeks at a time. This lack of movement can lead to a poor mood and even depression in some people. The best way to avoid this is to make sure you are regularly moving your body and exercising even while injured.

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  • Physical Therapy For Rotator Cuff Injuries

    Physical Therapy For Rotator Cuff Injuries

    Shoulder injuries can be very serious. They can be extremely limiting, slow to heal, and very painful. Physical Therapy is one of the main treatment modalities to heal common shoulder injuries such as a rotator cuff tear.

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  • Physical Therapy Program For Plantar Fasciitis - Howard Beach

    Physical Therapy Program For Plantar Fasciitis - Howard Beach

    Plantar Fasciitis is a common foot condition causing searing pain and limiting a person’s ability to walk for long periods of time. Suffering from this pain doesn’t have to last forever and with Cross Bay Physical Therapy, it is possible to treat plantar fasciitis and quickly alleviate your pain.

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  • Physical Therapy For Plantar Fasciitis

    Physical Therapy For Plantar Fasciitis

    Many people suffer from foot pain. At Cross Bay Physical Therapy, we apply Physical Therapy to help our patients end this daily foot pain for good. Foot pain can be spurred by increased activity on one’s feet and if the feet are ill-prepared, it can lead to heel pain, plantar fasciitis, or Achilles Tendinitis.

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  • Physical Therapy in Howard Beach, Queens

    Physical Therapy in Howard Beach, Queens

    Problems with your shoulder and neck are extremely irritable. This neck and shoulder tension can stem from a lot of different causes but one thing is for certain, it will lower your daily satisfaction. This tension commonly leads to consistent eye strain and migraines, which may feel intolerable.

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