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How Much Should I Exercise Each Day?

Being physically active is important to prevent heart disease and stroke, the nation’s Number one killer. To improve overall cardiovascular health, do at least 150 minutes per week of moderate exercise or 75 minutes per week of vigorous exercise (or a combination of moderate and vigorous activity). Thirty minutes a day, five times a week is […]
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Basketball is Good For You!!

Basketball is one of the most popular sport played in the world. It is a sport that is made up of two separate teams five people in each team. Goals are scored by throwing a ball through a netted hoop fixed above each end of the court.   Benefits of Playing BasketBall: 1. Your heart […]
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Feeling Better After Years of Pain

Testimonials From Our Patients   The Physical Therapy Doctor, P.C. evaluates patients from two points of view: a local orthopedic injury view and a global Automatic Brain and Nervous System view.  This gives us an advantage over other clinicians that just only assess and treat the local orthopedic area or region of pain.  Even though […]
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Suffering from Spine and Sports Inujuries

We are trained to rehabilitate everything from lower back and neck pain to tendinitis, arthritis, and rotator cuff tears.  Feel better with migraines, herniated disc injuries, pelvic pain and carpal tunnel syndrome.  If you have either of a nerve / muscle / tendon / joint problem, then we can help you.
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Physical Therapy Bayside Queens

All of our tables here at the physical therapy doctor have curtains that could be pulled all the way around to create a private environment we also have two private treatment rooms. #bayside #bayterrace #physicaltherapy #privatetreatments #privatephysicaltherapy A video posted by The Physical Therapy Doctor (@theptdoctorbayside) on Mar 4, 2015 at 1:22pm PST
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How Can Physical Therapy Help Bone Fracture?

The type of therapy will, of course, differ based on the type of fracture. But in general, therapy begins when the cast is removed. Strengthening and aggressive range of motion exercises usually must wait until the bone has healed. The physical therapist: Assesses the fracture to make sure the patient can return safely to previous […]
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Causes for back Pains and Remedies.

Sprain/Strain A sprain means an injury to a ligament, and ligaments support the spine, including its joints—the facet joints. A strain is a muscle and/or tendon injury. Tendons connect muscle to a bone. A spinal sprain or strain can happen if you fall, use poor body mechanics (eg, lifting and twisting simultaneously), during a car […]
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Can’t Exercise Through the Pain?

First and foremost, seek a medical professional to make sure your pain is not stemming from something more serious like a malignancy or cardiovascular related problem.   Sometimes exercise works and the pain does go away.  This is usually because strength is what you needed.  If it doesn’t improve, it’s because you either have inflammation, […]
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Foods Causing Inflammation

Frozen yogurt Froyo has two potential inflammatory culprits: sugar and dairy. Milk can boost insulin levels and male hormones, and it’s a common allergen, which means it can trigger inflammatory reactions (anything from diarrhea to hives).But not all frozen yogurts are created equal Some frozen yogurts contain the milk protein casein, which may increase inflammation. […]
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“Exercises to Avoid”

Many people are doing double leg raises from lying on their backs to hanging with supported elbows on pull up racks.  Full sit ups also fall under this category.  If you are doing any of these exercises, then you are probably damaging your spine.  Many people think they are doing it correctly and are not. […]
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