Tag: sports injury

Physiatry Pain’s Best Kept Secret

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Physiatry pain medicine The history of Physiatry ( physicians specializing in physical medicine; residencies or fellowships in PM&R) dates back to 1946 in the World Wars era. Injured soldiers returning from active duty traumatic injuries such as spinal cord injuries, amputation, fractures, etc… The Physiatry specialty was developed to enable doctors to identify their patients’ …

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Dr. Maria Cabodevilla-Conn MD Joins Synergy SpineCare NJ

Dr. Maria M. Cabodevilla-Conn, MD Joins Synergy Spinecare & Rehabilitation Medicine NJ.

Synergy Spinecare is pleased to welcome Dr. Maria Cabodevilla-Conn, MD, MBA to Synergy Spinecare Clinic in Teaneck, New Jersey. Dr. Maria Cabodevilla-Conn, MD is both a physiatrist and pain management specialist who is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation as well as pain medicine. Dr. Maria Cabodevilla-Conn, MDn graduated from NYU with honors and …

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Back and neck pain

Neck pain causes

What’s causing your back and neck pain? What triggers back & neck pain? Sitting at your desk for hours on end. Slouching. Your sleeping position. STRESS an be the catalyst to your pain. Injury from an vehicle accident sudden force (whiplash) work accident sports injury can cause your back and neck pain. Weight-lifting – overextending …

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Brooklyn Doctor Giving Back To Community

Brooklyn doctor Nunzio Saulle originally from East Flatbush is back with a passion in serving his community. He is a board certified physiatrist (A Rehabilitation Physician) that treats back pain, neck pain, and shoulder pain from accident and injury. Dr. Nunzio Saulle has come back to his roots in order to provide exceptional  treatment, and …

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Darrelle Revis MRI Today

New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis watched the second half of their game against the New England Patriots from the sidelines after a hamstring injury caused him to leave the game. Revis originally sustained the injury last week against the Ravens, but he apparently reaggravated the injury with 53 seconds left in the first half, …

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Physical activity may reduce musculoskeletal complaints years later

Chronic Musculoskeletal Complaints NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – A large, population-based study conducted in Norway shows that physical exercise is associated with a lower prevalence of chronic musculoskeletal complaints more than a decade later. Physical inactivity and chronic musculoskeletal complaints share “several negative determinants of health,” Dr. Helene Sulutvedt Holth of the Norwegian University of …

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