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  • Physical Therapy For The Hip In Howard Beach, Queens

    Physical Therapy for hip pain can be extremely beneficial. Research has indicated that Physical Therapy can sometimes be just as effective as surgery for hip-related medical conditions. This is why it is crucial to try physical therapy for several months before making the decision to have surgery, since surgery is expensive with possibly risky complications.

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  • Get More Out Of Your Physical Therapy at Cross Bay PT

    In physical therapy, sometimes pain gets in the way of you getting better. With arthritis and with injury, it is pain that prevents you from exercising or stretching a little bit harder to get that extra bit of strength and flexibility. When one is doing their session, they can only do as much as their pain allows.

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  • 6 Ways to Ease Arthritis Pain

    Arthritis is a serious matter. This degenerative disease is not only painful but can prevent one from engaging in daily necessary activity. Although there is no cure for arthritis, there are ways that you can both ease the pain of arthritis and stop it from worsening.

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  • Queen's Physical Therapy For a Painful Wrist

    The incredible U.S. Open is now in its second week of play. Crowd favorites are number one seeds’ Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic who are still gunning for victory. Unfortunately, one of my favorite players was knocked out early. He had to retire from the tournament with a bad wrist injury. The person that I am talking about is Rafael Nadal.

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  • Cross Bay Physical Therapy For An Ankle Sprain

    An ankle sprain can be an extremely painful injury. Ankle Sprain’s occur with a twist or roll of the ankle that damages ligaments, tendons, and muscle tissue. After the ankle sprain, you will most likely see swelling and a bad bruise is normal.

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