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Diastasis Recti: Defining a “Normal” Gap Blog

Diastasis Recti: Defining a “Normal” Gap

Pregnancy and childbirth bring about multiple physical changes, including a widening gap between the right and left halves of your rectus abdominis muscle, to make room for your growing baby. This gap, called diastasis rectus abdominis (DRA), is normal and necessary for healthy fetal growth and development, and it usually closes up within several weeks […]

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November 10, 2018

Foot Arch Pain in Runners and Athletes Blog

Foot Arch Pain in Runners and Athletes

For athletes, runners and fitness enthusiasts, nothing is worse than foot pain that keeps you from participating in the activities you love. In many cases, foot pain goes away with sufficient rest and a change of shoes. But when you have lingering pain in the arch or your foot, it could signal a serious condition […]

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November 8, 2018

Infographic: Loading Programs for Patellar and Achilles Tendinopathies Blog

Infographic: Loading Programs for Patellar and Achilles Tendinopathies

Eccentric Training and Lower Limb Tendinopathy: Athletic overuse injuries of the patellar and Achilles tendons are common Eccentric muscle training is a popular conservative treatment approach Up to 45% of patients do not respond to eccentric-only loading treatment Common Loading Approaches to Tendinopathy Treatment: Eccentric-concentric, progressing to eccentric-only Eccentric-concentric, heavy slow resistance (HSR) Eccentric-only Research […]

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October 22, 2018

Infographic: Is Exercise a Viable Treatment for Plantar Fasciopathy (Chronic Heel Pain)? Blog

Infographic: Is Exercise a Viable Treatment for Plantar Fasciopathy (Chronic Heel Pain)?

Exercise Treatment for Lower Limb Tendinopathy Exercise is often prescribed for reducing lower limb tendinopathy pain Supporting evidence of the analgesic effect of exercise is scarce Plantar fasciopathy bears similarities to tendiopathy Study: Will Isometric Exercise Have an Acute Effect on Heel Pain? (a prospectively‐registered, participant‐blinded, randomized, superiority crossover trial) Participants: 20 individuals with plantar […]

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October 21, 2018

Diastasis Recti: Narrowing the Abdominal Gap Blog

Diastasis Recti: Narrowing the Abdominal Gap

Diastasis Rectus Abdominis, or DRA, is a common and natural condition experienced by women during pregnancy, although it can occur in anyone subjected to intra-abdominal pressure, including men. DRA is a separation of the two long muscle segments of the rectus abdominis that divide the “six-pack” down the middle. The separation takes place along the […]

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October 20, 2018

Dry Needling – Get a Response Out of Your Muscles! Blog

Dry Needling – Get a Response Out of Your Muscles!

If you have tried various methods to try and get a response out of your muscle or to release it and have been unsuccessful, what you should try is dry needling. In cases where a massage is ineffective, twitch response from a muscle ensures an effective release, right from deep in between the muscle. Plus, […]

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October 19, 2018

Is Your Back Pain Because of Your Hips? Blog

Is Your Back Pain Because of Your Hips?

Do you become a victim of a backache as your day comes to an end? Or, do you often hesitate before lifting anything heavy as your fear your back might go out? Then, you should know you aren’t the only one. In fact, CDC data shows that more than 80% of the individual experience back […]

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October 18, 2018

Is Physical Therapy Effective for Jaw Pain? Blog

Is Physical Therapy Effective for Jaw Pain?

Did you know that people experiencing TMJ pain or TMD pain can also find relief by visiting a physical therapist? TMD is a common problem and is associated with jaw pain. Experts at NYDNR use a variety of techniques to get rid of it effectively. Recognizing TMD TMD doesn’t only involve jaw pain. It also […]

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October 17, 2018

Fibromyalgia and Acupuncture: Relief for FM Symptoms Blog

Fibromyalgia and Acupuncture: Relief for FM Symptoms

Fibromyalgia is a rheumatic condition that affects the soft tissues of the body, not the joints. In the United States, fibromyalgia affects an estimated 5 million people over age18, of whom about 90 percent are women. Symptoms include pain and stiffness in muscles and joints throughout the body, fatigue, irregular sleep, brain fog, restless legs, […]

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October 15, 2018

Low-Load Blood Flow Restriction Training for Patellofemoral Syndrome (PFS) Blog

Low-Load Blood Flow Restriction Training for Patellofemoral Syndrome (PFS)

Chronic knee pain can be debilitating, forcing you to reduce your physical activity level, which in turn can lead to other health issues, including metabolic disease and weight gain. Many people turn to drugs and surgery as a first line of action to reduce knee pain, yet those approaches often fall short of eliminating pain […]

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October 13, 2018

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