Monthly Archives: January 2013

Jan
30
2013
Castellano

Q1. Can athletic injuries be addressed effectively through non-surgical management? Various athletic injuries, such as runner’s knee and tennis elbow, can be effectively treated with conservative management. A physiatrist may … More…

Jan
25
2013
JaimieWeight

Trying to build muscle without injuring yourself? If you struggle with resistance training and haven’t seen the muscle gains you would like to, you’re not alone. With all of the … More…

Jan
23
2013
dannyfava

Case Manager Lorraine Montuori, LMSW, LCSW, wanted to develop a program in the Kathryn O. and Alan C. Greenberg Center for Skeletal Dysplasias (CSD) where people could see the broader … More…

Jan
16
2013
Parks

Q1. Why do some patients who are fit, healthy, relatively young and on top of their physical therapy still require manipulation under anesthesia following minimally invasive TKR (total knee replacement)? … More…

Jan
11
2013
Mobile Phone In Hands

Have your thumbs sometimes shouted for attention when you go to grab the subway pole, grocery bag, tennis racquet, cast iron pot, smart phone, or after a particularly long day? … More…

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April 19, 2014 at 12:00 pm

The NHL playoffs are underway, and having a strong abdominal and core muscle strength is important for keeping players in top form. Gregory Reinhardt, HSS Physical Therapist, says: "While skating, the activation of a hockey player's oblique muscles is crucial for their ability to constantly push off from their skates." To read more about core strength for hockey players, visit http://hss.edu/onthemove/core-strength-for-hockey-players/.

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