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Think before you dive to avoid a life-changing spinal injury

by ggargiulo, June 26, 2019

On the scorching hot days that are sure to come over the next few months, there are few better ways to cool off than jumping into a pool, lake, or ocean. Most of us will find ourselves stepping into some body of water before summer’s end, and some of you may even have the luxury […]

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pain in bayonne physical therapy

If you’re experiencing any pain in Bayonne, choose physical therapy over opioids

by ggargiulo, June 17, 2019

Any amount of pain can be a nuisance to our lives, especially when it lasts for a while. Everyone deals with pain differently, and there are many options available to treat it. At Strulowitz & Gargiulo Physical Therapy, we want you to know that if you happen to be dealing with any pain in Bayonne, […]

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Our Bayonne physical therapists can put you on a path to more physical activity that will reduce your diabetes-related complications

by ggargiulo, May 23, 2019

Diabetes is major health issue in the U.S. Approximately 30 million Americans are currently classified as diabetics, and about seven million of these individuals are unaware that they even have the condition. Another 84 million people have pre-diabetes, a condition in which blood sugar (glucose) levels are abnormal but not yet considered diabetic. Diabetics experience […]

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jersey city rehabilitation ACL tears

After ACL surgery, the best way to reduce the risk for another injury is by completing a Jersey City rehabilitation program

by ggargiulo, May 14, 2019

Tears of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) get lots of attention in sports, and there are some very clear reasons why this is the case: they are extremely common, and usually put athletes on the sidelines for an extended period of time. Discussions about ACL tears often focus on the severity of the damage to […]

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softball injuries in bayonne

To prevent youth softball injuries in Bayonne, don’t let athletes overtrain

by ggargiulo, April 18, 2019

Spring is in the air, and that means a return to many of the outdoor activities that have been on hold for the past few months. Among these is the spring softball season, which is already picking up steam at all levels of play. Fastpitch softball—the form that most people are familiar with—is one of […]

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jersey city physical therapists baseball injuries

Our Jersey City physical therapists advise limiting playing time to reduce the risk for elbow injuries in youth baseball

by ggargiulo, April 5, 2019

For young athletes across the country, baseball season is officially underway. This means a return to the baseball diamond for children and adolescents of all ages, and with it comes a number of pleasant associations that are unmistakably tied to spring. But as Jersey City physical therapists, it’s also important for us to talk about […]

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jersey city physical therapy ocd ankle

When pain from an ankle sprain continues after the ligaments have healed, a course of Jersey City physical therapy is necessary to address it

by ggargiulo, March 25, 2019

Ankle sprains occur when one or more ligaments—which connect bones to each other—stretch too far or tear from a force that twists or rolls the foot twists beyond its normal range of motion. These common injuries usually improve with targeted treatments and rest, which allows the damaged ligaments of the ankle to heal. But some […]

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When treatment is recommended for Bell’s palsy, physical therapy can help patients recover more quickly

by ggargiulo, March 8, 2019

Bell’s palsy is a condition affecting the nervous system that’s important to discuss for two main reasons: 1) it affects patients’ ability to control their facial expressions, and therefore their ability to communicate normally, and 2) it’s more common than you probably think. In addition, Bell’s palsy is not typically associated with physical therapy, but […]

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concussion recognition

Knowing how to properly recognize a concussion and returning to sports at the right time are the best ways to keep young athletes safe

by ggargiulo, February 25, 2019

The ongoing conversation about concussions remains as loud and omnipresent as ever, and it doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. And while it is acknowledged that there is a risk for concussions in all individuals, the majority of the attention on the topic is typically placed on youth sports and the dangers of […]

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bayonne physical therapists frozen shoulder

Our Bayonne physical therapists can guide you through all stages of treatment for frozen shoulder

by ggargiulo, February 12, 2019

The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body, and whether you realize it or not, you use it just about every time you move your arm. This is why any issue that involves the shoulder can have a significant impact on your ability to function normally. There are a number of problems that […]

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