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Turning Resolutions into Lifestyle Changes

by ProClinix, January 23, 2018

By: Dr. Maria Cuomo, PT, DPT For many people, incorporating regular exercise into a daily routine is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions. New year, fresh start  – makes sense to start anew and focus on becoming a better version of you.  However, now that we are several weeks into the New Year, […]

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Shoveling Injuries

by ProClinix, December 15, 2017

By: Dr. Ryan Chevrier, PT, DPT Winter has arrived, which means snow is here as well. For those without a snowblower or plow, it is important to make sure you shovel appropriately to avoid injury. Common injuries include lower back, shoulder, head injuries and heart attacks. Over 25,000 people are treated in emergency rooms each […]

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The Importance of Hydration

by ProClinix, August 28, 2017

By: Justen Lopez, MS, ATC/L, NASM-PES As sports seasons get back into full tilt at the end of summer, there are many things that need to be taken care of in order to be prepared and have a successful season. Pre-participation exams, registration forms, buying equipment, and countless other tasks occupy our thoughts, but something […]

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Can Chiropractic Care Help My Headache?

by ProClinix, June 19, 2017

By: Dr. Ivana Monserrate, DC Do you suffer from headaches? You are not alone. Nine out of ten Americans have suffered from a headache at least once in their lifetime. They can be dull, throbbing, constant and even debilitating. How do you take care of your headaches? Do you try to fight through it? Do […]

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Stretching Tips for Staying Healthy this Summer

by ProClinix, May 25, 2017

By: Rachel Amarosa, ATC With spring here and summer quickly approaching, people are more active and participating in more indoor or outdoor activities and events.  This article will provide information on how to stay pain free so you can keep enjoying the activities you love.  One way to prevent injury is by having a proper […]

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Preventing, Identifying, and Rehabilitating Tennis Injuries

by ProClinix, April 26, 2017

By: Dr. Brian Dombal, PT, DPT Tennis season is in full swing. As with any sport, tennis players at all levels can experience aches, pains, and injuries when playing tennis. Two-thirds of tennis injuries are a result of overuse and the other one-third is due to a traumatic injury or acute event. Overuse injuries most […]

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Will Good Fats Make You Fat?

by ProClinix, March 13, 2017

By: Rebecca Meyerson, MS There is still confusion among many people about whether good fats make you fat.  Common questions from clients include, “Is guacamole fattening?” and “ Are you sure nuts do not have too many calories?” and “Will coconut oil raise my cholesterol because it is high in saturated fat?”   It seems logical […]

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Concussions in Youth Sports

by ProClinix, February 21, 2017

By: Megan Smithuysen, LAT, ATC Chances are that if you have a youth athlete in your household, then you are familiar with the signs and symptoms of a concussion. Thanks to organizations such as the National Football League (NFL), the word “concussion” has become a household term. According to health insurance company Blue Cross Blue […]

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Shoulder Impingement: What is it and How Do You Get Rid of it?

by ProClinix, January 9, 2017

By: Dr. James H. Cassell IV, PT, DPT Shoulder impingement is the most common injury I see in my clinic. Shoulder impingement or rotator cuff tendonitis, occurs when one of the four rotator cuff muscles (called the supraspinatus), is pinched underneath the highest bony piece of the shoulder joint (called the acromion process).  There is […]

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The Truth About Gluten Free Diets

by ProClinix, December 23, 2016

By: Rebecca Meyerson, MS (Certified Nutritionist) Gluten free diet has become a popular fad in today’s society.  Is it true that even if you do not have celiacs you can benefit from a gluten free diet? Yes, there is some truth to this.  Gluten is the protein that is found in wheat, rye, barley, spelt, […]

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