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3 Tips For Tight Shoulders

Improving Mobility to Reach behind your Back   One of the most difficult motions to restore for the shoulder after injury or surgery is reaching behind your back. Whether you are recovering from impingement, rotator cuff repair or frozen shoulder, it is a tough...

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5 Concussion Myths Debunked

Did you know that 4 million sports concussions occur annually? Playing sports is not the only way a concussion can be sustained. Car accidents, work accidents, and other unlucky occurrences can result in a concussion and the symptoms can often times go undiagnosed....

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5 Tips for Running in cold weather

It's December and winter is upon us! This means temperature drops that many of us runners love after a hot and humid summer or a milf fall, but it also means we need to be adapt and change so we can continue to enjoy our run. Here are few tips to help keep you feeling...

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Peventing Falls with Jess Coladonato, PT, DPT

The fear of falling can be debilitating. At the Fall Prevention Center inside the Mule Rd. location of Atlantic Physical Therapy Center, Jessica Coladonato has made it her passion to help those who are at a high risk for falls and those that are unbalanced or...

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5 Tips for Keeping up with your Home Exercise Program

When you are are all done with your physical therapy sessions and feeling great, it is easy to fall back into old routines and forget to do some of the exercises that your Physical Therapist may have recommended. Here are 5 great tips for helping you continue to with...

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2nd Chance – Lydia Gray’s story

"Lydia Gray is the definition of a hard worker. She is resilient, strong, intelligent and compassionate. She immigrated to the United States as a young girl in hopes of living the American dream. In March 5, 2020, Gray’s life changed forever." Read More HereWatch Her...

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Addressing Common Musculoskeletal Issues in Young Athletes

How do you know if your child’s complaint is serious enough to warrant a trip to the doctor or a physical therapist? While many complaints may be transient such as soreness following a particularly intense practice if your child’s complaints are becoming more persistent or recurrent, it’s time to seek help.

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Kids in Sports

We are witnessing an unprecedented rise in youth sport overuse injuries.  We are seeing 12 year olds with overuse injuries that used to be reserved only for very high level college-aged and professional athletes.  We as parents, coaches and medical professionals...

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