If decorating the house with lights and climbing up to the top of the tree sound familiar, you might want to read this blog on the most common holiday injuries and how to avoid them.
If you’ve ever experienced vertigo, you understand how disconcerting and uncomfortable it can be. Vertigo is a symptom that causes you to feel as though everything around you is moving or spinning and is associated with dizziness and spinning. For some people, vertigo makes it hard to complete everyday tasks.
Meniscus tears are common and seen regularly in physical therapy practices around the country. These injuries are seen with direct contact to the knee or with non-contact, cutting movements.
We’ve listed out some of the most commonly prescribed exercises and stretches we use with our patients to help recover from hamstring injuries, and videos on how to do them.
Headaches are not just a nuisance, they can be debilitating. If you’ve never had a serious headache or migraine, count your blessings. For those who have, you know exactly what we mean. Oftentimes headaches are harmless and go away on their own, but when you start to have headaches more often than not, it may be time to check in with a physician.
It’s summer time and the Word Cup has gotten us all excited to play soccer. Doesn’t take much convincing to get you out and onto the field, right? Well, there are a few things you should know first to keep yourself from getting injured.
With the iconic Brooklyn Half Marathon just a day away, it’s the perfect time to discuss the best post-race recovery hacks for all you avid runners and marathoners. Running a marathon is no joke, and if you are planning on participating, you’ve likely been preparing for the big day. But have you thought about your post marathon recovery treatment yet?