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Are you a runner dealing with knee pain in and around the kneecap? There’s a strong chance it’s runner’s knee, which physical therapy can address

by ggargiulo, September 23, 2019

If you regularly run or participate in a sport that involve lots of running, you’re doing your body a favor that will—over time—result in a high level of physical fitness. Unfortunately, you’re also placing yourself at an increased for a number of running-related injuries that can affect the knees, hips, or ankles. A condition called […]

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A word to parents from our Bayonne physical therapists: make sure your kids are not overloading backpacks and using them properly to avoid back pain

by ggargiulo, September 11, 2019

As kids make their way back to school over the next few weeks, they’ll soon be hitting the books, and those books will be hitting their backpacks, often filling them to capacity. While messenger bags have emerged as a popular option for school-age children, backpacks remain the most commonly used and practical choice for carrying […]

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A prediabetes diagnosis should be seen as a prime opportunity to make lifestyle changes that will reduce your risk for type 2 diabetes

by ggargiulo, September 9, 2019

Diabetes is one of the more pressing health issues in the U.S. today. According to the most recent statistics, about 30 million Americans have diabetes, and this number continues to increase every year. But within the same conversation, right alongside diabetes is the substantial problem of prediabetes. Prediabetes means an individual has blood sugar (glucose) […]

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Do you know the warning signs of a stroke or how to reduce your risk? Our Jersey City physical therapists explain what you can do to prevent and prepare

by ggargiulo, August 22, 2019

Having a stroke is often a life-changing event that can lead to a number of long-term disabilities in some cases. Speaking, moving, and the ability to think and remember can all be impaired after a stroke, with each individual affected in a unique way after their episode. What’s important to recognize, though, is that prevention […]

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Our Bayonne physical therapists urge you to be careful when exercising outdoors to avoid heat-related complications

by ggargiulo, July 22, 2019

New Jersey was caught within the grasp of a massive heat wave this past weekend, and it’s likely that there will be some more scorchers that dip past the 90-degree mark over the next few weeks. For some, these types of days are far too steamy to even consider spending any more time outdoors than […]

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Ace your tennis game and avoid an injury this season with our expert tips

by ggargiulo, July 5, 2019

Warmer weather always brings about a great deal of opportunities to get outdoors and enjoy it, and for some people, that means grabbing a racquet and heading to the nearest tennis court. Tennis is a great aerobic activity that works out many parts of the body and can help you stay in shape. But just […]

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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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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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