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2 Apr 18
Try This 8 Minute Beginner HIIT Workout

Life can be hectic!  If you are having a hard time fitting in your workouts, try a short 8 min beginner HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training) workout to get you moving again!  HIIT workouts are a training technique which involves intense bursts of high-intensity exercise followed by varying periods of low-intensity active rest, or complete rest. […]

11 Mar 18
Meniscus Injury: Surgery vs. Physical Therapy

A meniscus injury is a prevalent source of knee pain. Many young athletes are at an increased risk of a meniscus tear as injuries often result from motions that typically occur during sports mobility such as twisting, cutting, and pivoting. However, meniscal tears may also result from regular, degenerative changes that occur with increased age. […]

28 Mar 17
Diagnosis Blog: Frozen Shoulder vs. Rotator Cuff Tear

Frozen Shoulder, or Adhesive Capsulitis, is a commonly occurring shoulder condition which typically presents with very painful range of motion or movement of the shoulder both when a person moves their arm (as in active range of motion or AROM) but can also be presented when someone else moves their arm (which is passive range […]

18 Mar 17
Coming to our Website this Spring: Diagnosis Blogs

Over the course of the next few weeks to months we are going to start posting diagnosis blogs. Physical Therapists in the State of New Jersey have been able to see patients, without them seeing their Doctor, AND have their health insurance pay for it since 2003.  It is called Direct Access.  As part of […]