Ashley Jacob was published in HealthNewsDigest on Post Physical Therapy Personal Training

    Life After Physical Therapy, Feb 11, 2016 (HealthNewsDigest.com) – Armonk, NY -In many cases, a sports-related injury-a twisted ankle or knee, a wrenched shoulder-means a trip to the doctor’s office (if not the ER), followed by several weeks of physical therapy. “After PT, most people figure they’re good to go-so they go,” says Ashley Jacob, Read More …

Tip for Runners: Strengthen Your Butt!

Physical Therapist John Fulton with Armonk Physical Therapy and Sports Training Explains the Role of the Gluteus Medius for Runners Armonk, NY (PRWEB) January 26, 2016 Runners often hurt. Knees, feet, hips… Minor aches and pains and the threat of a serious, disabling injury plague runners of all ages and at all levels. “We see runners Read More …

Roxanne Perry was featured in A Woman’s Health with tips patients living with osteoarthritis in their hands

    Handling Osteoarthritis, January 13, 2016 Occupational therapy can play a role in prevention and ongoing management for patients living with osteoarthritis in their hands. Opening a jar, buttoning a shirt or brushing your teeth are everyday activities that feel far from routine for those with arthritis in their hands, a common condition causing Read More …