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Fitness Programming for Seniors

Fitness Programming for Seniors

Fitness programming is a very important part of beginning a healthy lifestyle, it is especially important in the senior community. There are many benefits to fitness programming and there are many things that can contribute to help a fitness program such as physical therapy and resistance training. […]

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Avoiding Heat Exhaustion on Long Island

Avoiding Heat Exhaustion on Long Island

With summer approaching, there are many fun outdoor activities to participate in. Although everyone will be itching to get outside and have fun it is important to do everything you can to avoid heat exhaustion during outdoor activities. Heat exhaustion happens more often than some people may […]

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How physical therapy can show you how to protect your knees from Injury

How physical therapy can show you how to protect your knees from Injury

One of the most common types of knee pain in athletes, active teenagers, older adults, and people who perform physical labor is patellofemoral pain syndrome. Patellofemoral pain occurs at the front of the knee, in and around the kneecap. Physical therapy is one option that can be […]

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May is National Fitness and Sports Month

May is National Fitness and Sports Month

A lot of people don’t know that May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. Founded by the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports, and Nutrition (PCFSN). National Physical Fitness and Sports Month was founded in 1983 by the Council with the mission to bring awareness to Americans […]

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Spring sports safety

Spring sports safety

Spring is here! It may not have been the winter that we had the previous year, but the long, cold winter months have kept us locked inside the house, and it’s time to get rid of that cabin fever and get back to being healthy and active! […]

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Physical Therapy for Gait Training

Physical Therapy for Gait Training

Gait training, or gait rehabilitation, is a form of physical therapy which helps people of all ages improve their ability to stand or walk after sustaining an injury or disability. Island Sports Physical Therapy, with locations in East Northport, Huntington, Nesconset, Coram, East Meadow, and Glen Cove, […]

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Physical Therapy for Neurological Rehabilitation

Physical Therapy for Neurological Rehabilitation

Nervous system damage can be caused by various conditions or disorders such as stroke, Parkinson’s, cerebral palsy, and multiple sclerosis. Physical therapy for treatment or recovery, also known as neurorehabilitation, aims to help patients successfully overcome these ailments. The process can be long and quite arduous as […]

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How to Do a Proper Warmup/Cooldown When Exercising

Exercising is a great physical activity, but it is just as important to warmup before and cool down after you perform your exercise as it could even help prevent you from injury. Warmups and cooldowns are also said to improve athletic performance, although there is no actual […]

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Total Joint Replacement and How Physical Therapy Can Help

Total Joint Replacement and How Physical Therapy Can Help

As you get older, you might need a total joint replacement in your hip or your knee, which will require surgery and physical therapy to help get you back on your feet and moving freely and independently. Physical therapy is essential medicine that will get your muscles […]

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Physical Therapy for TMJ in East Northport, New York

Physical Therapy for TMJ in East Northport, New York

Temporomandibular joint disorder, or TMJ as it is usually referred to as, is when the joint that connects the jaw to your skull becomes injured or damaged. TMJ can be caused by a number of oral issues, including trauma to the teeth or jaw, alignment issues, grinding […]

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