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Knee Pain The Physical Therapy Doctor Bayside, NY

Knee pain can be the result of Arthritis, Meniscus Tears, and Patellofemoral Dysfunction. Avoid letting these conditions win the battle with everyday activities by performing simple exercises to strengthen the thigh muscles (quadriceps) and improve the flexibility of the hamstring. This will reduce the force through the knee joint and allow you to participate in daily activities with less pain! Register […]
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Improve Flexibility of The Joints and Tendons

Hand Injuries require manual therapy for improving flexibility of the joints and tendons. #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapybayside #handinjury #handtherapy #myofascialrelease #stretching #movementexperts #painrelief A video posted by The Physical Therapy Doctor (@theptdoctorbayside) on Jun 22, 2015 at 11:25am PDT Feel Free To Contact Us: Phone: (718) 747-2019 Email: adriana@theptdoctor.com Address: 212-73 26th Ave Bayside, NY 11360 We […]
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Top 3 Thing To Know About The PT Doctor

1.We Can Heal Your LOWER BACK PAIN LOWER BACK PAIN, PAIN BENDING FORWARD, HERNIATED DISC, SCIATICA If you took 100 people without back pain and gave them all an MRI, how many would have a bulging disc or worse? ANSWER: 80% With a herniated disc, the disc pushes backwards into the nerves stemming off of the spinal cord. The herniated disc itself […]
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PHYSICAL THERAPY TECHNIQUES HELP WITH MIGRAINE PAIN

Certain physical therapy techniques used during a headache can help to reduce the pain of the attack. Patients can be taught the best way to utilize modalities such as ice and relaxation. The patient and their family members can be instructed in massage techniques or manual cervical traction. Migraine headaches may occur with a feeling of […]
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What Causes Back Spasms?

A back spasm is the involuntary contraction or tensing of the muscles in the lower back. This can range from infrequent and mild discomfort to severe pain that makes it very difficult to move. The spasm can be caused by overuse, muscle strain, or injury to the muscles, ligaments, and discs that support your spine. Even poor […]
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How much screen time is OK for your kids?

What’s Recommended? The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) issued these guidelines for screen time: Babies and toddlers up to 18 months old: No screen time, with certain exceptions. Toddlers 18 months to 24 months: Some screen time with a parent or caregiver. Preschoolers: No more than 1 hour a day of educational programming, together with a parent or other […]
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