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 …

Roxanne Perry was featured in HealthNewsDigest on Hand Pain from Arthritis

  Hand Pain from Arthritis? Occupational Therapy Offers Relief (HealthNewsDigest.com) – Armonk, NY, November 19, 2015 – 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 highly common condition causing pain and disability for millions of Americans. But occupational Read More …

Rob Fay was published in Inside Chappaqua on preventing ACL injury in female athletes

    Prevent ACL Injury in Female Athletes  By Robert Fay, NOVEMBER 3, 2015 “The research shows we can reduce ACL knee injuries up to 80% by focusing on proper jumping mechanics, balance and strength deficits” says Robert Fay, clinical director at Armonk Physical Therapy & Sports Training. Jumping exercises progress in difficulty from squat jumps Read More …

Rob Fay was published in Rehab Management Magazine on Alternatives to Arthroscopic Surgery for Knee Pain

    Published on October 9, 2015 Alternatives to Arthroscopic Surgery for Knee Pain: Making the Case Imaging studies confirm that degenerative meniscal tears often cause no symptoms. Knee pain afflicts millions of Americans and will afflict millions more as the Baby Boomer generation ages. Whether caused by an acute injury—a strain, sprain or tear—or Read More …