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  • YOUVE GOT STRESS @ PAIN.COM
    And now a word or two on stress, an ever-so-timely topic in these high-tech days and the get-it-done-yesterday mentality that pervades them. I’ve begun to see more and more patients Read more
  • LACK OF HUMIDITY
    Dehydration is one of the primary causes of increased fatigue, muscle and joint pain and loss of strength and endurance. While these symptoms are frequently blamed on the weather, physical Read more
  • ALTER VITAMIN DOSE SEASONALLY FOR ENHANCED RESULTS
    The change in season brings many positives.  Colorful trees, cool days and apples to name a few.  The primary negative is the shorter daylight and seemingly shorter days.  The lack Read more
  • HOLIDAY EATING STRATEGY
    It is that time of year, Thanksgiving to New Year and the parties and festive meals begin to dominate your schedule.  The focus here is to give you a strategy Read more
  • End Your Dependence on Dr Google
    It seems more often, patients arrive with diagnosed conditions via Dr Google.  That means that they surf the internet, matching their symptoms to various conditions and allow the most popular Read more
  • Tips on Muscle and Back Fitness
    Corrective ExerciseMany people limit their movement when they have back pain because they fear worsening their condition. However, targeted exercises can reduce symptoms and mitigate future occurrences. Use of kinetic Read more
  • AGAIN "WATER"
    How much is the correct amount of water to drink per day?  What is the best method of supply? The most important technique is to drink small amounts often, not large Read more
  • NOW THIS JOINT IS JUMPING
    The beneficial effects of glucosamine sulfate used in Europe more than 60 years ago were initially ignored. Today, it’s called the cure for arthritis by some and “no help” by Read more
  • IS BREAKFAST REALLY IMPORTANT--YES
    A study, approximately 1 year ago, on the affects of a good morning meal concluded that breakfast is not important enough to warrant doing your best not to skip it Read more
  • Healthy Living
    THE LEARNING CURVEIt is end of spring semester at colleges and universities.  Prior to the final for my class I will review for the cumulative final.  I will show the Read more
  • HOW TO INCREASE WATER INTAKE AND LIMIT "OUT-TAKE"
    It is a complaint I will hear from old and young, male and female patients time and again.  "I am feeling achy, fatigued and have clouded thinking."  Barring any physiological Read more
  • REHAB SAFELY WITH ISOMETRIC SQUATS
    The time required to adequately recover from knee injury or surgery can seem endless when you’re accustomed to regular exercise. The typical response is to assume that you will need Read more
  • SHOVEL SNOW AND SURVIVE
    SNOW SHOVEL SURVIVALSnow in mid March!  Follow some rules, do not rush the job.  This usually brings along strains of the body in various locations.  General body ache post shoveling.  Read more
  • PAUSE FOR A CAUSE
    As the seasons change, this year seemingly sooner than ever, you may experience post-exercise spasms or cramps as you increase exercise intensity and frequency.  After your workout and shower, an Read more
  • Rejuvenation Versus Resignation
    NEW YEAR RESOLUTION SUSTAINEDIt is now 2017!  Every year we all make a few “RESOLUTIONS” or GOALS for the year to come.  Usually, committed for 2 weeks, good for 2 Read more
  • COOLER SHOWERS FOR WINTER HEALTH
    COOL DOWN YOUR SHOWERWinter is upon us in both temperature and snow!  It feels best to think about that HOT shower to warmup and relax.  A word to the wise Read more

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4:00 pm - 7:00 pm Teaching @ Manhattanville College

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