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Avoiding Elbow Pain

Avoiding Elbow Pain

The elbow is not a simple joint. Like the shoulder, it is fairly complex, allowing us to perform a wide range of motions with our arms.  However, because it is so diverse in movements, that leaves it open for different types of injuries and pain. The elbow […]

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Physical Therapy and Joints

Physical Therapy and Joints

Are you having trouble learning how to manage your acute or chronic joint pain? You are not alone. According to a 2015 study published by the National Health Institute, over 11% of the American adult population suffers from some sort of persistent pain on a daily basis. […]

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Concussion Complications and Physical Therapy

Concussion Complications and Physical Therapy

Concussions are a tricky injury. With all the media coverage on the technology and science behind the research, concussions are still complex enough to hinder long-term injury solutions in the medical professional world.  Concussions are head injuries that can cause traumatic brain damage and have the ability […]

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Common Knee Conditions

Common Knee Conditions

Most people will experience knee pain at some point in their lives. Knee pain can be caused by a variety of activities and issues. Your knee is made up of important structures that can get damaged or injured. Common knee injuries include fractures, dislocations, sprains, and tears. […]

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Bicep Tendonitis

Bicep Tendonitis

Bicep tendonitis is the inflammation of the upper bicep tendon which connects the bicep muscle to the bones in the shoulder. Often caused by overuse, repetitive motions from manual labor or sports activities can damage cells in the shoulder and lead to tendonitis. When cells get damaged, […]

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Chronic Shoulder Pain in East Northport

Chronic Shoulder Pain in East Northport

The shoulder is an intricate grouping of bones, muscles, and tendons that syncs up to allow the arm to move in any direction- east, west, north, and south. With so many factors in play, however, the surrounding soft tissue and bone structures are susceptible to injury which […]

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Treatment for Ankle Fracture in Huntington

Treatment for Ankle Fracture in Huntington

Ankle injuries are the most common type of bone injury. A broken ankle, or ankle fracture, means that one or more bones or ligaments in the ankle are damaged. Depending on how many bones are broken, ankle fractures may prevent you from walking properly. Island Sports Physical […]

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Autoimmune Disorders and Vestibular Disturbances

Autoimmune Disorders and Vestibular Disturbances

There are many critical functions to the inner ear; more than one would expect. The inner ear, also called the vestibule, is responsible for a wide variety of important functions in the human body. In addition to hearing, the inner ear is also responsible for maintaining a […]

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Post-Operative Spinal Rehabilitation

Post-Operative Spinal Rehabilitation

Island Sports Physical Therapy has been treating patients living on Long Island who suffer from spinal conditions and diseases for over 25 years. Island Sports Physical Therapy offers nonoperative and postoperative spinal rehabilitation at their six locations, East Northport, Huntington, Coram, Nesconset, East Meadow, and Glen Cove. […]

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Conditioning For Snowboarding

Conditioning For Snowboarding

What better way to make use of the winter time than hitting the slopes with some snowboarding? This fast, adrenaline-soaked sport entices riders from all skill levels, making the mountains one of the most popular destination spots each year. While snowboarding’s popularity is generally based off its […]

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