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  • Plantar Fasciitis Treatment With Howard Beach Physical Therapy

    Plantar Fasciitis Treatment With Howard Beach Physical Therapy

    Plantar Fasciitis occurs in the Plantar Fascia Band underneath the foot. The plantar fascia band is located in the arch of the foot. It tightens up leading to tissue damage, inflammation, chronic pain, and disability. Fortunately, physical therapy can help you get rid of this case of Plantar Fasciitis.

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  • Howard Beach Physical Therapy For Arthritis Pain

    Howard Beach Physical Therapy For Arthritis Pain

    Plantar Fasciitis occurs in the Plantar Fascia Band underneath the foot. The plantar fascia band is located in the arch of the foot. It tightens up leading to tissue damage, inflammation, chronic pain, and disability. Fortunately, physical therapy can help you get rid of this case of Plantar Fasciitis.

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  • Repair Fully Your Ankle Sprain With Physical Therapy

    Repair Fully Your Ankle Sprain With Physical Therapy

    Arthritis affects millions of people in the U.S. This painful condition breaks down the cartilage tissue in one’s joint leading to bone-on-bone friction, pain, inflammation, and disability. One of the best ways to maintain mobility of a body part affected by Arthritis is by keeping it strong.

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  • Overcoming IT Band Syndrome With Physical Therapy

    Overcoming IT Band Syndrome With Physical Therapy

    IT Band Syndrome is a common injury for athletes. It occurs as the IT Band on the side of the hip tightens and places pressure on both the knee and the hip. Many people experience disabling knee pain and hip pain. Left untreated, this pain can reach the lower back and the feet.

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  • 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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