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The Physical Therapists NYC publishes the latest articles on painful acute and chronic conditions that we treat and physical therapy technics we use. Our team of Physical Therapy Doctors and board certified physiotherapists offer hands-on, one-on-one rehabilitation to people in NYC and Brooklyn suffering from lower back, sciatica, knee, shoulder, and neck pain.

Do I need physical therapy for tennis elbow?

Tennis elbow is a condition that is commonly developed through the repetitive overuse of one’s forearm muscles. Despite its name, tennis elbow does not only occur for athletes participating in racquet sports. It can also be seen in those who often work with their hands, for example, painters or ga...

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Physiotherapy vs. Physical Therapy: What’s the Difference?

If you are injured, have been through a surgery or illness, and cannot move or function normally due to pain, loss of range of motion, or reduced strength, physical therapy or physiotherapy may help you feel and move better. Physical therapy and physiotherapy deliver the same results with different ...

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Stretch to Success in 2022: The Best Pre-and Post-Workout Stretches to Add to Your Routine

Only making resolutions for the New Year will not get you anywhere. You also need to make sure that you understand what needs to be done and if you are doing it right to achieve your fitness goals. Pre and post-workout stretches offer several benefits that include improved posture and flexibility, i...

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Take These Steps When You Have Back Spasms

Back spasms can occur suddenly and cause intense and even debilitating pain that leaves you unable to move or do anything for some time. More often they result from a recent physical injury, sedentary lifestyle that leads to weaker back muscles, and dehydration. The therapists and physicians at the ...

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3 Signs You May Have a Slipped Disc

Slipped disc pain can make your life miserable and even the most basic tasks can become difficult and tedious. It is best to deal with the telltale signs of a herniated disc before the symptoms worsen and lead to reduced mobility or other complications. Fortunately, a wide variety of effective pain ...

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That Hip Pain Could Actually Be a Sciatica Problem

A sedentary lifestyle or carrying a heavy load when you are not in good physical shape can result in severe hip pain. Many underlying conditions can cause hip pain, and sciatica is one of the most common causes, as it is triggered by many other issues. Sciatica occurs when the sciatic nerve, which b...

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What is Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy?

If you are experiencing pelvic floor muscle tightness or weakness and the associated problems, pelvic floor physical therapy can help with muscle strengthening, relaxing, and coordination. Pelvic floor physical therapy may be a part of a comprehensive strategy that supports and controls normal funct...

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8 Top Warning Signs You Have a Pinched Nerve

Pinched nerves are not uncommon but when they occur, they can cause a lot of pain and discomfort. Pinched nerves occur most frequently in the cervical and lumbar spine due to their range of motion and injuries or damage to nerves due to health conditions or sports accidents. The first step in gettin...

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What Is Cardiovascular Exercise?

Cardiovascular exercise is the exercise that gets your heart rate up, makes you breathe rapidly and deeply, and sweat. By adopting a good cardio routine, you can look forward to managing health risks and lowering your blood pressure and cholesterol. Schedule an appointment with the award-winning the...

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What Causes Legs To Ache All The Time?

Pain in the upper leg and lower leg are common problems. You may experience a sharp, stabbing sensation or simply a dull ache which affects your ability to move and function normally. At times the causes of pain extend far beyond just the body part, or the muscle hurting. Knowing what causes the pai...

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