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January 3, 2018
Physical Therapy in Massapequa

What is Frozen Shoulder?

What is Frozen Shoulder? Never heard of frozen shoulder? Don’t worry, you’re probably not alone. Affecting around 2% of the general population, frozen shoulder might not be as widespread and prevalent as other physical ailments, but the ramifications of the condition can be quite serious. Also known as adhesive capsulitis, frozen shoulder normally affects people between the ages of 40 and 60, with women being more susceptible to the condition than men. Characterized as pain and stiffness that can possibly leave your shoulder being immobilized, frozen shoulder is when the capsule in your shoulder thickens around the joint, thus limiting […]
December 27, 2017
Physical Therapy in Massapequa

Benefits of Exercising

Benefits of Exercising Exercising is something that everyone can gain from. Physically and mentally, the body benefits from even the simplest form of physical activity. From doing crunches and pushups to running on a treadmill, anything can help you to get on track to living a healthy life. With the help of physical therapy in Massapequa, experienced physical therapists can give you advice in order to increase your physical health and how you can promote a healthier lifestyle.   Exercise Benefits There are countless statistics of the benefits that exercise offers your body: 35 percent lower risk of coronary heart […]
December 15, 2017
Physical Therapy in Massapequa

Benefits of Physical Therapy Over Chiropractic Care

Benefits of Physical Therapy Over Chiropractic Care Living through your day-to-day routine can be stressful enough, but when encountered with chronic pain in your body, it can certainly put a burden on your daily activities. As a result, physical therapists and chiropractors are options for people looking to treat their physical injuries. Because both offer the best possible care during your treatment, it may be a difficult decision to make between picking a physical therapist or a chiropractor. However, there are many reasons as to why physical therapy is the more beneficial choice of the two. Physical therapy in Massapequa […]
December 8, 2017
Physical Therapy in Massapequa


TMJ Are you experiencing a stiff jaw lately? If so, you might have what’s known as temporomandibular joint disorder, or TMJ. At Park Physical Therapy in Massapequa, our therapists can help relieve your jaw pain through a series of special treatments. But before you come to us, be sure you read about the symptoms of the disorder beforehand. While the causes of TMJ are hard to determine, one may get it from all sorts of factors including arthritis, injury, or even just genetics. If you have experienced a tear in the jaw, or are a long-time teeth grinder, you may […]
December 1, 2017
Physical Therapy in Massapequa

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy If you are suffering from reflex sympathetic dystrophy, otherwise known as complex regional pain syndrome, our physical therapists in Massapequa here at Park Physical Therapy may be able to help. Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) is a rare condition of the nervous system that causes severe pain usually throughout the arms, but sometimes to the legs or hips. The symptoms of RSD are defined by three stages: Acute: burning, flushing, swelling, sweating, pain, and tenderness. This can show up early through x-rays. Dystrophic: early skin changes of shiny, thickened skin and contracture with persistent pain. Decreased swelling and […]
November 30, 2017
Physical Therapy in Massapequa

How to stay safe in the snow

Snow Safety With the temperatures dropping and winter approaching, it is important to learn about how to stay safe during the cold weather. With all of our routine winter activities underway, including holiday decorating, snow shoveling, playing winter sports and even driving in snow, keep reading to learn more about snow safety. If you’re looking for physical therapy in Massapequa, to help you today, visit Park Physical Therapy today!   Shoveling snow Shoveling snow can be a laborious activity that takes up much of our time during these cold winter storms. Because it can put quite a strain on the […]
November 27, 2017
Physical Therapy in Massapequa

Proper Footwear for Different Sports

Proper Footwear for Different Sports Not all footwear is created equal! The types of athletic shoes vary widely because each is designed to ensure that the athlete operates at peak performance while playing the game. So, how do you know which shoes will serve you best during the game? We recommend that you see your shoes as specific tools for getting a job done. Use your running shoes for running, just as you would use a saw to cut a piece of wood, and know that Park Physical Therapy is always available to assist the members of our Massapequa community […]
November 22, 2017

How does whiplash occur?

How does whiplash occur? Whiplash occurs when a force pushes the body forward while the head stays behind it. This results in the head rocking up and back, which has the ability to tear muscles, ligaments, and tendons. When those muscles contract, the head goes forward and results in possible ligament damage, which can seriously affect someone’s health. As a result of these injuries, proper physical therapy is necessary for proper recovery. Luckily, Park Physical Therapy accepts no-fault insurance in Massapequa so that everyone has an opportunity to heal.   Whiplash can be sustained in a variety of ways: Car […]
November 18, 2017
Physical Therapy in Massapequa

November is National Diabetes Month

November is National Diabetes Month: Physical therapy and your overall health   What should you know about Diabetes? There are two different types: type 1 and type 2. Around 50% of people with type 2 diabetes do not experience any of the common symptoms of Diabetes. Diabetes is now considered a global epidemic. You could be at risk without knowing it. Diabetes is considered a risk factor for multiple different ailments including blindness, heart disease, and kidney disease.   What does physical therapy have to do with diabetes? Implementing an exercise regimen with a physical therapist can be beneficial, as […]