Dealing With Tendinitis and Bursitis

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. Armonk, NY (PRWEB) March 07, 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 Read More …

Life After Physical Therapy, Avoiding Re-Injury

      Life After Physical Therapy, Avoiding Re-Injury Expert advice and tips from Post-Rehab Conditioning Specialist Ashley Jacob with Armonk Physical Therapy and Sports Training on getting back into the game—and avoiding re-injury Armonk, NY (PRWEB) February 11, 2016 In many cases, a sports-related injury—a twisted ankle or knee, a wrenched shoulder—means a trip to 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 …

A Surprising Treatment for an Embarrassing Problem

Licensed Physical Therapist Gail O’Neill with Armonk Physical Therapy & Sports Training with tips on the benefits of PT for urinary incontinence Armonk, NY (PRWEB) October 21, 2015 It’s not just an issue for old ladies—or pregnant (or recently pregnant) ladies, either. Urinary incontinence, or UI, which is the involuntary loss of urine, affects roughly one Read More …

You’re Invited!

Whether you’ve already seen our new space or will be joining us for the first time (take note of our new address!) we’d like to cordially invite you to an open house on Friday, September 25, from 4-7 PM! Light appetizers will be served along with beer and wine! Let’s ring in the new location Read More …

ACL Injury: The Scourge of Female Athletes

Physical Therapist Robert Fay with Armonk Physical Therapy & Sports Training Provides Tips on Injury Prevention Armonk, NY (PRWEB) September 10, 2015 September 2015 – An audible “pop” often signals a torn anterior cruciate ligament in the knee, one of the most common – and dreaded – injuries for young athletes, particularly girls. Among the approximately Read More …