Common Soccer Injuries and Their Treatments

Soccer may be the most popular sport in the world, but probably not while you’re in pain from your last soccer game. At Long Island Spine Rehabilitation Medicine, we treat many patients who have suffered musculoskeletal soccer injuries, often youngsters or young adults playing on school or college teams. Soccer is an invigorating game that’s…

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What Does Knee Pain Indicate?

Is knee pain always a sign of arthritis? If you are currently not in a coma or on an extended retreat with the main focus being to avoid contact with the rest of the world, you are constantly exposed to various forms of the media’s 24-hour assault of information, most of which seems to revolve…

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When Running Slows You Down

While running can be a wonderful exercise that results in increased physical and mental health, there are times when too much running, running without stretching first, and running while wearing improper footwear, can cause pain and dysfunction. When that happens, you need the services of the talented physiatrists at Long Island Spine Rehabilitation Medicine. If…

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Common Dance Injuries

Dancing is a sport as well as a form of artistic expression, and, like both of these activities, requires a combination of innate talent and intense practice. Like other athletes, dancers demonstrate amazing flexibility and grace but are also prone to injuries.  Whatever your dance form — ballet, modern dance, step dancing, tap dancing, folk…

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