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What Are the Benefits of Eccentric Training?

What Is Eccentric Strength Training? Eccentric training or eccentric exercise is when you work a muscle or a muscle group in a lengthening position under …

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Learn What Are the Health Benefits of Ice Skating

Whether you like to rollerblade, roller skate, or ice skate–the news is good! Skating has many health and fitness benefits to keep you in shape …

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7 Foods That Fight Inflammation

Some of the best ways to fight inflammation are not with medication but with an anti-inflammatory diet. Chronic inflammation can lead to an increased risk …

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When To Worry About Leg Cramps

What Is A Leg Cramp? A leg cramp often called a charley horse, is a sudden sustained and involuntary contraction of the muscle fibers. These …

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Scapular Stabilizers – An Often Neglected Group of Muscles

What Are The Scapular Stabilizers? These muscles that surround the scapula (shoulder blade) and are along with the rotator cuff (infraspinatus, supraspinatus, teres minor, subscapularis) …

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Hot And Cold Therapy – Which Is Best?

I often get asked by my patients when they should use heat or cold therapy.  The short answer is that heat therapy is a vasodilator, …

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Ankle Sprains: How to Know if it’s Serious

Ankle sprains are one of the most common ankle injuries in athletes who are involved in running and jumping sports such as soccer, basketball, and …

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16 Reasons Why You Should Play Tennis for Your Health

16 Reasons Why You Should Play Tennis for Your Health If you’ve been thinking about increasing your physical activity, and you’re looking for a new …

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Prepare Your Body for Golf Season

Spring is around the corner and that means golfers can’t wait to start teeing up and swinging their clubs. Now is the time for you …

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The importance of exercise during times of stress and uncertainty

Your fitness routine is now more important than ever! Now is not the time to slack off on your workout routine. We are in the …

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Tendonitis Tendonitis is a fairly common problem that afflicts many people.  It is often caused by overuse, improper warmup, or poor body mechanics. It is important …

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What Causes Balance Problems

Are you losing your balance while walking?  Or you wobble slightly stepping off a curb, then down you go. In the second or two before …

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We are in the Hamptons!

Paspa Physical Therapy is seeing patients in the Hamptons.  Pamela Paspa is now available for in-person private sessions.  She will come to your Hampton’s home …

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Back Pain Treatment New York

Live Life To The Strongest With A Healthy Back

Back pain is one of the most common reasons people go to the doctor or miss work. Most people have back pain at least once …

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The Secret of Good Posture

Sit up straight, stop slouching, shoulders back! We’ve all heard these commands before. Are you sitting up straight right now? Once you bring your attention …

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Exercise and Improved Work Efficiency

We all understand the benefits of regular exercise in terms of weight loss, muscle strength and body image, but there are many other benefits associated …

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Do You Experience Foot Pain When You Get Out of Bed in the Morning?

The plantar fascia is a flat band of tissue (ligament) that connects your heel bone to your toes. Under normal circumstances, your plantar fascia acts …

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A Letter From Your Physical Therapist

Dear Client,  I know it has been quite some time since you and I last spoke. Perhaps it was even as far back as when …

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Exercise and Your Immunity

As a result of the current COVID-19 crisis many of us are looking for ways to stay healthy and boost our immune system. Regular exercise …

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