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Can I Avoid Surgery? How Physical Therapy Can Help Relieve Pain and Restore Function Without Surgery

by ProClinix, November 2, 2018

By Dr. Brittany O’Rourke, PT, DPT, CSCS You were just diagnosed with a meniscus tear and told you may need surgery. You are worried about how many other things you have going on and how you don’t have time for surgery right now. So what now? Have you considered physical therapy? Recent research shows that […]

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Most Common Shoulder Injuries: Diagnosis, Management, and Treatment Strategies

by ProClinix, October 2, 2018

By Andrew Levine, MS, ATC, CSCS, PES Among common orthopedic injuries that one may suffer, complaints about shoulder issues are some of the most common. The glenohumeral joint (ball and socket joint in the shoulder, GH joint for short) is the most free-moving and mobile joint in the human body.  This is a great attribute […]

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What is Active Release Technique (ART) & How It Can Help You.

by ProClinix, September 5, 2018

By: Dr. Ivana Monserrate, DC Are you a runner with severe knee pain that is preventing you from training for a marathon? Or are you a mother who can’t lift your new born because of low back pain? If so, you are not alone. Millions are agonizing from similar conditions as a result of repetitive […]

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ProClinix Sports Physical Therapy & Chiropractic is Named The Official Physical Therapy and Athletic Training Provider for FC Westchester Armour

by ProClinix, September 1, 2018

Westchester County, NY – ProClinix Sports Physical Therapy & Chiropractic and the FC Westchester Armour announces today a partnership that designates ProClinix as the official healthcare providers for this premier U.S. Soccer Development Academy. Through this affiliation, ProClinix will be providing physical therapy, athletic training coverage for games, and strength and conditioning needs for this […]

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Concussion In Youth Sports- Ever Changing Care

by ProClinix, August 3, 2018

By: Justen Lopez, MS, ATC/L, NASM-PES, GTS As we prepare for the fall sports pre-season, it is important to revisit a major topic in youth sports; concussions. The CDC defines a concussion as “a disruption in the normal function of the brain that can be caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head, […]

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The Importance Of Exercise In The Aging Adult

by ProClinix, June 29, 2018

By: Rachel Amarosa, ATC As most of us know, there are countless benefits from exercising. However, did you know as we age, the benefits of physical activity can be significant and life-changing? In fact, regular exercise can help prevent or delay chronic diseases, extend your lifespan by years, reduce your chance of injury, and improve […]

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Are You Concerned About ACL Tears? Here’s How To Protect Against Them!

by ProClinix, June 1, 2018

By: Dan Steinberg, MS, CSCS, CISSN  Each year over 2 million ACL tear injuries are reported worldwide, with the greater risk in young female athletes. While a lot of families enroll their children in sports for the many benefits of organized activity, the inherent risks of injury are always present. As the seasons change, summer […]

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Acupuncture & The Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis

by ProClinix, April 25, 2018

By: Jaime Marks, L.Ac.  In western medicine, Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is considered an autoimmune disease caused by unknown factors. The onset is usually gradual, affecting inflammation of several joints, mainly small joints in the feet, wrists, elbows, and ankles. These joints will be tender to the touch, and can also become stiff, painful, and swollen. […]

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ProClinix Celebrates National Athletic Training Month

by ProClinix, March 26, 2018

By: Megan Smithuysen, LAT, ATC Happy National Athletic Training Month! Each year during the month of March Certified Athletic Trainers take pride in promoting their profession through a national campaign put on by the National Athletic Training Association (NATA). A different theme is adopted each year during the month long campaign to provide a platform […]

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Direct Access to Physical Therapy. What Is Direct Access and Why You Should Care.

by ProClinix, February 22, 2018

By: Dr. James H. Cassell IV, PT, DPT In the past, patients were required to see a physician to receive a prescription for physical therapy prior to attending physical therapy. As of January 2015, all 50 states have adopted “direct access” in various shapes and forms. Direct access allows patients to see a physical therapist […]

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