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Manhattan Physical Therapy

Manhattan Physical Therapy and Pain Center is a leader in pain relief and injury recovery located in Midtown New York City. The four specialized physical therapists on staff go beyond standard physical therapy by challenging their client???s bodies to build core strength, flexibility, and increase range of motion.

Manhattan Physical Therapy and Pain Center has an excellent track record of success treating back pain caused by strains, degenerative disc disease, piriformis syndrome, spondylolisthesis or whiplash injuries.

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5 New Innovations in Physical Therapy Practice

For decades, physical therapy has effectively helped patients overcome injuries and manage chronic pain. While it is true that there are age old exercises that physical therapists use, new innovations in physical therapy continue to deliver improved and cutting-edge techniques that lead to faster and better long-term results. If you need physical therapy, getting the best therapy possible is critical to your healing process. Here are five new innovations in physical therapy practice.

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Benefits of Physical Therapy After Breast Cancer Surgery

Breast cancer surgery is a particularly difficult treatment to recover from. It can take a serious toll on your body and physical therapy is one of the best ways to help you recover. Researchers are finding that physical therapy can bring a lot of benefits to your recovery process after surgery. Here is a look at the potential benefits of physical therapy after breast cancer surgery.

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Symptoms to Let Your Physical Therapist Know About

Physical therapy is a broad-based field that encompasses the prevention, treatment, and maintenance of both short-term injuries and long-term chronic physical disabilities. Physical therapists are experts in anatomy and kinesiology, the science of movement. They have a deeply nuanced understanding of the ways in which muscles, ligaments, joints, and tendons work together to create movement.

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Physical Therapy for Scoliosis

Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine, where the spine goes sideways instead of being in correct alignment. It is most often diagnosed in otherwise healthy adolescents just before puberty as well as in those with other health conditions, such as cerebral palsy or multiple sclerosis. For severe cases of scoliosis, wearing a brace or undergoing corrective surgery may be required. In addition to, or instead of, these measures, physical therapy can be beneficial even for mild cases of scoliosis. Here are some of the ways that physical therapy can help with scoliosis.

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What You Should Know About Manual Physical Therapy

If you are suffering from an injury or chronic pain condition, manual physical therapy may be able to help. Physical therapy is a broad-based field that treats disorders of functional movement. The goal is to restore function and range of motion while eliminating pain. Manual physical therapy is a specific type of physical therapy that is generally used in conjunction with other forms of physical therapy. Here is what you should know. Continue reading “What You Should Know About Manual Physical Therapy”

Understanding Myofascial Release

Myofascial release therapy (MFR) helps to alleviate tightness and shortening in the muscles. Many people seek this treatment after an injury or when coping with chronic pain in a part of the body that contains soft tissue, such as the shoulder, back, or hip. Myofascial release can also help alleviate symptoms of such conditions as migraine headaches, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, and even temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ). Here is what you should know. Continue reading “Understanding Myofascial Release”

3 Tips for Better Sleep

Everyone has a poor night’s sleep now and then, whether due to stress or jet lag. In general, one lost night of sleep will leave you feeling miserable but will not have long-lasting effects on your mind or body. The more nights in a row that you have disturbed sleep, though, the more compounding effects you will experience. Here are a few tips for better sleep.

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