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Physical Therapy in Glen Cove

Physical Therapy in Glen Cove

There is no assured preventative measure for participating in sports, this is not to say that the copious amount of methods to prevent sports injuries are completely useless. All of these methods are general routines made to counteract limitless ways of getting hurt while out playing a […]

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Physical Therapy for Post-fractures

Physical Therapy for Post-fractures

Recuperating from a bone fracture requires more care than simply waiting for the pain to subside. Realignment and proper healing of the bone are the foremost issues involved with treating bone fractures. Typically, a hospital will treat and realign broken bones by having a patient wear a […]

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Physical Therapy for Development Coordination Syndrome

Physical Therapy for Development Coordination Syndrome

Development Coordination Syndrome (DCD) is a  condition that is also referred to as dyspraxia, disorder of attention and motor perception, sensory integration disorder, and a myriad of other appellations describing the same symptom: clumsiness. Since DCD is a mesh between child psychology and pediatrics the frequent name […]

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October is National Physical Therapy Month

October is National Physical Therapy Month

National Physical Therapy Month (NPTM) was originally started in 1981 by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). While it used to occur in June, the date was moved to October in 1992 so it would not interfere with APTA’s yearly conference. With a new theme each year, […]

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Injury Prevention for Fall Sports

Injury Prevention for Fall Sports

Staying competitive in sports and not getting injured may seem like an oxymoron, while some join a sports team to feel like they are part of something, others genuinely enjoy the competitive aspects of sports. The conflict with wanting to remain competitive and trying to stay safe […]

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Common injuries for Children

Common injuries for Children

Every parent in the world wants the best for their children. They want to keep their child safe and free from illness or injury. Like most things in life, things are completely out of anyone’s control, no matter how safe we try to be. Children encounter injuries from […]

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Facial Nerve Problems and Physical Therapy

Facial Nerve Problems and Physical Therapy

Island Sports Physical Therapy has serviced Long Island since 1985 and offers a multitude of services to help treat your pain. One of the services offered is facial nerve problems. There are many different facial nerve conditions that cause facial pain that we can treats. There are […]

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How PT Modalities help with spinal rehab

How PT Modalities help with spinal rehab

Physical Therapy modality helps decrease pain, treat tightness, spasms, and stimulate blood flow to assist with the healing process. The types of treatments received is usually hot/cold packs, ultrasound, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, electrical stimulation, and iontophoresis.  Next time you’re at the PT getting treatment, don’t be […]

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What is Geriatric Rehabilitation?

What is Geriatric Rehabilitation?

As we get older, our minds and body’s age with us. As we get older, it can become increasingly difficult to perform the everyday activities all of us take for granted, such as walking. With age, our lives fill more and more with different responsibilities making it […]

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Physical Therapy in Coram

Physical Therapy in Coram

If you are suffering from chronic pain or have suffered from an acute injury that you need to get back to full strength, then physical therapy is for you. The benefits of physical therapy are endless and will help you live your life pain-free as well as […]

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