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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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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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How To Improve Your Health

1. Drink more water. Your body is 90 percent water and needs water for almost every function.  Many of the aches and pains, headaches, and other symptoms we experience would lessen if we just drank more water. 2. Go for a brisk walk. Your body was made to move. Your heart is a muscle that needs movement to function […]
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Proper Quadricep Stretching Technique

The quadriceps muscle is a two joint muscle between your hip and knee. It can be stretched by standing up tall and bending the knee by bringing your foot as close to your buttocks as you can. #bayside #bayterrace #physicaltherapy #balancetraining #painrelief #properstretching #sportstherapy A video posted by The Physical Therapy Doctor (@theptdoctorbayside) on Mar 25, […]
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Aculaser with Q1000

The Q1000 low level light laser has an attachment laser that is used to stimulate acupuncture points anywhere on the body and get the same results without using needles.  I used it with this patient to reduce muscle tension, tightness and pain in the shoulder. It is a resonating laser and is so safe to […]
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Ankle & Knee Exercise

Backward walking, also known as retro walking, is said to have originated in ancient China, where it was practiced for good health. In the modern world, it’s become quite the rage in Japan, China and parts of Europe, where people use it to build muscle, improve sports performance, promote balance and more. Walking backwards on […]
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Forearm Strengthening

A great exercise for strengthening forearms for sports like tennis and baseball #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapybayside #sportstherapy #bayside #bayterrace #painrelief #tendonitis #forearmstrength A video posted by The Physical Therapy Doctor (@theptdoctorbayside) on May 8, 2015 at 6:07pm PDT
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Yoga Stretch of the Day!

Interestingly enough, many of the basic yoga positions are already commonly practiced by various physical therapists and other physical rehabilitation professionals. The Cat Stretch. Because even pet cats can teach us lessons in yoga! How to: Come onto your fours. Form a table such that your back forms the table top and your hands and […]
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Retrain Eye Reactivity

We do many eye coordination movements that approve the accuracy and help your body to react quicker so that way you could prevent falls. #bayside #bayterrace #balancetraining #vestibularrehabilitation #fallprevention #fallrisk #physicaltherapy A video posted by The Physical Therapy Doctor (@theptdoctorbayside) on Apr 3, 2015 at 11:55am PDT
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Get Rid Of The Junk Food

Still have that tin of popcorn from the holidays or a box of chocolates from Valentine’s Day? Get rid of them. And while you’re at it, throw away other foods low in nutritional value, like chips, pretzels, sugary cereals, white bread and, yes, even those 100 calorie snack packs (a cookies still a cookie, even […]
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