Armonk PTST’s John Connolly was quoted in an article on the Salonpas Blog on bursitis and tendinitis

Taming Bursitis and Tendinitis Inflammation, 3/21/16 Bursitis and tendinitis are conditions that cause swelling around muscles and bones.  How do people get bursitis and tendinitis?  What can people do to treat the pain of bursitis and tendinitis? What parts of the body are most affected?  What exercises are recommended to treat it?  Salonpas® interviewed leading Read More …

John Connolly published in the Yonkers Tribune

Dealing with Tendinitis and Bursitis By JOHN CONNOLLY Expert advice and tips from Physical Therapy specialist John Connolly with Armonk Physical Therapy and Sports Training on staying active while healing and avoiding further injury. Despite names like Tennis Elbow, Swimmer’s Shoulder and Jumper’s Knee, bursitis and tendinitis are conditions that strike average Joes as well Read More …

John Connolly was featured in HealthNewsDigest on Tendinitis and Bursitis

Dealing With Tendinitis and Bursitis (HealthNewsDigest.com) – Armonk, NY, March 7, 2016 – Despite names like Tennis Elbow, Swimmer’s Shoulder and Jumper’s Knee, bursitis and tendinitis are conditions that strike average Joes as well as serious athletes, says John Connolly, a licensed physical therapist at Armonk Physical Therapy and Sports Training. They’re the most common Read More …

Pilates specialist Kristen Briody was featured in Westchester Magazine on The Truth Behind Pilates

The Truth Behind Pilates We all know what Pilates is—right? BY CAROL CAFFIN AND LAURIE YARNELL, Feb 2016 Fitness and workout trends come and go; what’s hot today can become a joke tomorrow. (Remember those belted fat-melting “jiggle” machines and rolling massagers that populated fitness centers in the ’80s?) But when something works, and its Read More …

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 …