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Game, Set, Recover: Treating Common Tennis Injuries New York, NY

Game, Set, Recover: Treating Common Tennis Injuries

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Tennis is an exhilarating sport that demands agility, precision, and endurance. However, the repetitive movements and high impact nature of the game can sometimes lead to injuries. At Manhattan Sports Therapy, we understand the unique challenges faced by tennis players and are here to provide comprehensive care for the most common tennis-related injuries. Here are… Read more

Why Runners Are Susceptible to Piriformis Syndrome

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Any athlete can suffer aches, pains and injury. Runners, however, are prone to some specific challenges and injuries related to their sport. One such condition is piriformis syndrome, which affects the piriformis muscle located deep in the buttocks. At Manhattan Sports Therapy, we can not only treat this stubborn condition but also explain why runners… Read more

Could the Graston Technique® Relieve Your Plantar Fasciitis Pain?

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Plantar fasciitis is a common foot condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It causes pain and discomfort in the heel or bottom of the foot, making simple activities like walking or running a challenge. Fortunately, there are effective treatment options available, and one such technique gaining recognition for its success is the Graston Technique®.… Read more

The Value of Good Posture

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“Sit up straight!” At some point in time, most of us have been told to correct our posture. Posture refers to the alignment and positioning of the body’s parts, particularly the spine, shoulders, and pelvis, while sitting, standing, or moving. Sitting up straight, however, is not just about good manners at the dinner table. Maintaining… Read more

Reasons to Avoid or Delay Knee Replacement Surgery

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Knee replacement surgery, also known as knee arthroplasty, is a surgical procedure that replaces damaged or worn-out knee joints with artificial implants. According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, approximately 600,000 knee replacement surgeries are performed each year in the United States. While knee replacement surgery has a high success rate and can be… Read more

Back Pain: Is It a Pinched Nerve?

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We have nerves throughout our entire body. When nerves get inflamed, irritated or pinched, the pain that follows is hard to ignore. One of the most common place for a pinched nerve is in the lumbar back region. However, when back pain strikes, it can be difficult to determine whether you are experiencing a pulled… Read more

Physical Therapy for the Recreational Athlete

You don’t have to run ultra-marathons, star in the NBA or play college soccer to benefit from physical therapy. The same professional rehabilitation services available to pro athletes are also available to weekend warriors and recreational athletes. Regardless of your level of play, we understand how frustrating it can be to suffer an injury that… Read more

What is Frozen Shoulder?

If you suffer from the type of shoulder pain referred to as “frozen shoulder;” you know that it can disrupt your entire life. Putting on clothes, brushing your teeth and hair, opening doors, driving a vehicle, lifting a small child – all of these (plus hundreds of other activities) require the mobility and function of… Read more

The Value of Assessing Your Running Form

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Chances are, no one told you exactly how to run. You just started running as a toddler to get somewhere faster than walking. While we all have our own unique way of moving, if you now consider yourself a “runner,” you may need to take a closer look at your form. When it comes to… Read more

Should You Consider More Yoga?

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Yoga is known for being a unique form of exercise that promotes serenity and mental health. Yoga is a combination of distinct stability exercises and poses. It does not involve high-impact movement. This is ideal for those who are recovering from an injury and still want to keep moving their body in a safe way.… Read more

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