Blog Posts in October, 2016

  • Protecting Your Muscles During Winter

    With fall quickly turning into winter, temperatures are dropping, which can have an effect on how your body functions. Your muscles, in particular, experience more difficulty contracting in colder temperatures than in warmer climates. Without adequate preparation before exercising, you are putting your body at risk of sustaining a sports injury. In this blog, our Manhattan sports medicine doctor ...
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  • Causes and Triggers of Migraine Headaches

    More than 3 million Americans are affected by migraines every year. Unlike normal headaches we may experience from time to time, migraine headaches can cause severe nausea, vomiting, changes in vision, and sensitivity to sounds, smells, and light. Migraines are usually self-diagnosable, and typically last no longer than two days. For those who suffer chronic migraines, however, symptoms may linger ...
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