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Don't Let Stress Win

  Category: health and wellness

There’s a lot of stress in the world right now over health and well-being. As of this writing, people are now practicing social distancing and setting up to work from home. Retailers and restaurants have seen better days. But in times like these, it’s important to try to not let…

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The Role of PT in Treating Chronic Trochanteric Bursitis

  Category: MD Newsletter

Some chronic medical conditions and disorders, like dementia, appear almost exclusively later in life, but many others can strike at any age. When they do, these afflictions leave patients with years or even decades to manage their pain and symptoms — a daunting proposition for them and for their physicians.

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Meet Our Administrative Team

  Category: Company News

At Liberty Rehabilitation Specialists, we have a really great team of physical therapists, assistants, and aides, but another vital branch of our operations is our administrative staff. They're the ones who run the show when it comes to connecting with patients and making sure they get the services they need,…

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Achoo! Your Guide to Preventing Spring Allergies

  Category: health and wellness

If you suffer from seasonal spring allergies, you know at some point between March and May, you may start experiencing symptoms. Fortunately, you don’t have to reserve yourself to staying indoors and you can follow a few measures to prepare for and prevent spring allergies. 

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3 Reasons to Start Rock Climbing

  Category: health and wellness

Rock climbing as a hobby and a workout has been growing in popularity over the last few years, thanks in part to popular documentaries like “Free Solo” and “Meru.” Read the three reasons to try rock climbing as part of your lifestyle.  

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How Can Physical Therapy Help With Fall Prevention?

  Category: health and wellness

The fear of falling can diminish your ability to lead a full and independent life, preventing you from normal day-to-day activities. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. You can take steps towards fall prevention by staying active, maintaining your physical health, and working with a physical therapist to get…

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Get Back to the Basics With Our Lower Back Pain Workshop

  Category: events

This February, as you take the time to celebrate the loved ones in your life, it’s important to also remember to focus on a little self-love by addressing some of the physical pain you might have been putting off. On Feb. 15 at 10 a.m., Liberty Rehab Specialists’ Northeast location will…

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Unique Food Tracking Apps to Check Out in 2020

  Category: health and wellness

It’s easy to set resolutions, but it’s much harder to keep them. Luckily, we live in an age where high-tech tools are at our fingertips. Having a diet and exercise assistant in your pocket (literally) in the form of a smartphone app can do wonders for staying on track, and…

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5 Questions to Address Therapeutic Dry Needling

  Category: Dry Needling

Dry needling is not as scary as it sounds. It's a safe, effactive treatment used for for pain relief and muscle recovery. While it's been long used in Europe, it's only risen to popularliry in the US in the past 30 years, and has started to be a go-to treatment…

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​Managing Patellofemoral Pain

  Category: MD Newsletter

Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is a common musculoskeletal disorder that represents nearly 17% of all knee pain presentations seen in general practice and up to 40% of knee pain presentations in specialist clinics, including clinics specializing in sports injury.  

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Medical Miracle or Health Hoax?

  Category: health and wellness

The new year is a great time to make your health a priority again, and there are a bunch of workouts and diet plans to choose from. Too many, some might say. It can be difficult to determine exactly which health plan will help you reach your goals, but there…

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Meet Our Newest Team Members

We’ve added five bright new faces to our team, who are already well underway in their roles and treating our wonderful patients every day.

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3 Benefits of Direct Access

Research has shown that direct access to physical therapy within 14 days of onset of symptoms saves money (over 50% in back pain costs) and reduces the need for further health care.

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