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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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Everything You Need to Know About Suspension Therapy

Suspension therapy is a relatively new physical therapy treatment, especially in the United States. Redcord’s suspension therapy system was introduced in the 1980s in Norway and has slowly made its way to the United States. At the time of this writing, Manhattan Physical Therapy and Pain Center is the only physical therapy practice in New York City to offer it. We’ve compiled everything you need to know about suspension therapy based on the questions and comments we’ve received from clients.

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Can Physical Therapy Help Alleviate Carpal Tunnel?

Carpal tunnel syndrome is surprisingly common, affecting 1 in 20 Americans. The carpal tunnel is an area in the wrist that contains a variety of tendons and nerves that affect the hand and fingers. Excessive, ongoing pressure on this area of the wrist from computer use or hobbies can lead to numbness, tingling, pain, and restricted range of motion. Physical therapy can alleviate carpal tunnel in its early stages, and can help you recover from the surgery that may be needed for advanced carpal tunnel syndrome.

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Physical Therapy Mobile Apps to Complement Your Weekly Therapy Sessions

The in-person relationship between you and your physical therapist is absolutely vital to your healing. Only in person can your physical therapist perform manual therapy, visually monitor your progress, and utilize complementary techniques such as massage. However, homework is also a crucial part of your therapy, typically in the form of prescribed at-home exercises. While technology cannot replace in-person physical therapy, it can be an important tool. Here are some popular mobile apps that, with your physical therapist’s approval, can complement your weekly sessions. Continue reading “Physical Therapy Mobile Apps to Complement Your Weekly Therapy Sessions”

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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