Cross Bay Physical Therapy

  • Plantar Fasciitis Recovery With Physical Therapy

    Plantar Fasciitis Recovery With Physical Therapy

    Fortunately, most cases of Plantar Fasciitis resolve within weeks if you take the right path to recovery. Physical Therapy is one of the most effective means of healing Plantar Fasciitis because this condition can often be resolved by a combination of stretching, strengthening exercises, and corrective footwear.

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  • Howard Beach Physical Therapy - Knee Injury

    Howard Beach Physical Therapy - Knee Injury

    Physical Therapy is essential after a knee injury. It will help your rebuild muscle strength and guide the knee's recovery during the healing process. Our physical therapists at Cross Bay Physical Therapy create an individualized physical therapy program for you that will help you relieve pain and overcome any disability.

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  • Rehabilitate Your Shoulder At Cross Bay Physical Therapy

    Rehabilitate Your Shoulder At Cross Bay Physical Therapy

    Do you have shoulder pain or stiffness? Do you suspect that you have a shoulder injury? Cross Bay Physical Therapy can help your diagnose and rehabilitate your shoulder problem. Shoulder pain often indicates an underlying injury and continuing normal activity and exercise will likely lead to further pain, stiffness, and even disability. It is better to fix this problem as quickly as possible.

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  • Ankle Sprain Recovery - What You Need To Be Aware Of

    Ankle Sprain Recovery - What You Need To Be Aware Of

    An ankle sprain is common and often heals within weeks. At the same time, there is a risk of consecutive injury or consecutive ankle sprains. You could spend weeks healing only to roll your ankle again. This re-injury is fairly common with ankle sprains, which is why so many people end up with weak ankles leaving them susceptible to multiple injuries.

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  • Physical Therapy For Tennis And Golfer's Elbow

    Physical Therapy For Tennis And Golfer's Elbow

    Now that the weather is finally getting warmer, outdoor summer sports like golf and tennis are on the rise. A long winter of inactivity means that muscles and tendons of the elbow can be initially overwhelmed by the repetitive motions of these sports. This leads to elbow tendinitis and weeks of elbow pain.

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