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Date registered: August 25, 2010

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Specialist Media and PR initiatives at Health Plus Management.

Latest posts

  1. Finding A Pain Specialist — April 24, 2017
  2. Botox Injection Therapy For Pain — April 15, 2017
  3. Cannabis Evaluations — February 17, 2017
  4. NYC Spine & Sports Medicine Clinic Opens — December 8, 2016
  5. Pain clinic opens in White Plains, NY — October 5, 2016

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Apr 15

Driver Who Struck Off-Duty Cop Pleads Not Guilty

Rachel Kingston Reporting rkingston@entercom.com Buffalo, NY (WBEN) — Anthony Thompson, the man accused of causing a car crash that seriously injured an off-duty Buffalo Police officer, has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges lodged against him. Thompson was arraigned Wednesday in State Supreme Court. Judge Penny Wolfgang set Thompson’s bail at $500,000. Thompson, 22, …

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Apr 15

NYC Bicyclists May Face New Laws, Challenges

While a proposal to register all bikes in New York City may be dead in the water, bicyclists face real hazards on city streets, at a time when bike commuting has doubled. April 15, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ — An editorial in the New York Post gave City Councilman Eric Ulrich a “Knucklehead Award” for his proposal …

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Apr 15

Injuries and rehab in sports: Wrist strains

What is a Wrist Strain? Wrist injuries are a more common problem among athletes. They are common because people have a natural instinct to put their hands out for support when they are falling to catch themselves. In doing this the wrist can be twisted, often with sudden force, and an injury, such as a …

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Apr 14

Some wounded soldiers choose amputation

WASHINGTON — Army 1st Sgt. William “Mike” Leonard found himself mourning the left leg that he had agonized for months about keeping. It was in December, just weeks before he would have doctors cut it off. By Garrett Hubbard, USA TODAY 1st Sgt. Mike Leonard works with his Physical Therapy Technician Spc. Nick Peterson at …

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Apr 14

Kids should ride rear-facing longer, U.S. doctors say

Child safety expert Kimberlee Mitchell, right, installs a car seat for Kennedy Word, 8 months, as father Kendall Word, looks on during a car seat check hosted by Dorel Juvenile Group, AAA, and the New York City Department of Transportation in New York, Friday, July 16, 2010. (David Goldman / AP Images for Dorel Juvenile …

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Apr 14

Automobile Accident Advice

Automobile accidents occur frequently in New York. This is largely due to the enormous traffic conditions and rushing around that commuters are faced with every day. Whether one is trying to get to work on time or home to loved ones, rarely is the driving experience one of relaxation. Many distractions cause motorists to take …

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Apr 13

Shocking Discovery for Joint Relief

(Cambridge, MA) – Millions of Americans suffer with joint health issues. Every movement your body makes puts pressure on your joints. Over time this wear and tear can lead to discomfort, inflammation, and sometimes more serious issues. Your joints age over time and like the rest of your body, they require comfort and support. For …

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Apr 13

Vexing Rise in Oblique Injuries, and Little Explanation

Nearly everyone has four of them — broad flat muscles, known as obliques, that attach the rib cage and the pelvis on each side of the body and, until recently, have not really been part of the sports lexicon. Enlarge This Image Anatomical Drawing, iStock Images; Baseball Player, Chris O’Meara/Associated Press. Illustration by Sam Manchester/The …

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Apr 13

Winter Weather Conditions Causing Slip and Fall Injuries in New York

Winter weather conditions of snow and ice have lead to slip and fall injuries in New York this season. Record snowfalls, freezing temperatures, icy and slushy streets and windy conditions have all contributed to creating slick sidewalks, streets, stairways and even building entryways. These increased hazards have led to pedestrians falling and hurting themselves. An …

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Apr 13

Special Master To Decide How To Divvy Compensation To 9/11 Workers, NY Residents Harmed By Fallout of WTC

In coming weeks, a special master is expected to be named by the Justice Department to oversee the multi-billion fund established to provide compensation and health monitoring to rescue workers and NY residents harmed by toxic dust and smoke from the 9/11 attacks. The special master’s appointment is a key step to implementing the new …

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