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Physical Therapy in Huntington

Physical Therapy in Huntington

Island Sports Physical Therapy works hard to achieve the goals of each and every client. Located in Huntington as well five other locations in Nassau County and Suffolk County, Island Sports Physical Therapy is here to educate clients of all ages in order to help them recover […]

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How to handle a slip or fall

How to handle a slip or fall

One of the most common accidents people experience is falling. No matter where on Long Island you live, people trip, slip, stumble, and fall for a wide variety of reasons. While some falls are no big deal, a person can sometimes sustain serious injuries from taking a […]

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Physical Therapy in East Northport

Physical Therapy in East Northport

  The back and spinal area are a very complex part of the human body. With such a wide variety of critical body functions, it is important to keep the back and spine working properly. As the back and spinal area are used in everyday movement, they […]

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What is Myositis?

What is Myositis?

Myositis refers to an inflammation in the muscles tissues, usually caused by an autoimmune condition. In this case, the body’s immune system begins to attack the affected muscle area, causing the body’s white blood cells to attack the tissue of the affected area. Because of this, the […]

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Physical Therapy for Fractures

Physical Therapy for Fractures

In the unfortunate case of suffering a bone fracture, (also known as a broken bone), the injury can be very painful, and the recovery can be very tedious. As the human skeleton has such a large quantity of bones, recovery time and rehabilitation methods will vary. For […]

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Physical Therapy in Nesconset

Physical Therapy in Nesconset

Whether you are suffering from an injury or a pre-existing condition. Physical therapy can be effective in speeding up the recovery process. While other techniques to alleviate pain such as surgery or opioids can be helpful, evidence suggests that physical therapy is not only as successful, but […]

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What is a S-I Joint Dysfunction

What is a S-I Joint Dysfunction

The sacroiliac joint lacks the motion of elbow and knee joints, yet it sustains injury far more frequently. In comparison to other joints the sacroiliac joint is reinforced by ligaments and is very sturdy, which begs the question of why a joint that is well protected is […]

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Joint Mobilization for Frozen Shoulder

Joint Mobilization for Frozen Shoulder

Adhesive capsulitis, more commonly known as frozen shoulder, is a condition in which the glenohumeral joint (shoulder joint) tissue becomes inflamed. This results in difficulty of motion, and chronic pain in the shoulder area. While the cause of frozen shoulder is unclear to orthopedists and physical therapists, […]

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Physical Therapy for Child Injuries on Long Island

Physical Therapy for Child Injuries on Long Island

As children are constantly developing and growing, their delicate frames are prone to many kinds of injuries. While this is expected during stages of development, it is important for them to learn how to care for their muscles and bones for proper growth and healthy stability. Both […]

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#ChoosePT

#ChoosePT

Each year, the American Physical Therapy Association wants you to focus on your long-term health. The #ChoosePT movement was designed to show patients why physical therapy should be their first choice for pain management. While opioids and surgery can help prevent discomfort, physical therapy has been shown […]

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