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What Is Scapular Dyskinesis?

What Is Scapular Dyskinesis?

Scapular dyskinesis refers to the abnormal mobility or function of the scapula ( Shoulder blade). The scapula fulfills many roles to facilitate optimal function of the shoulder. Commonly, scapular winging is thought of being the result of muscle weakness or imbalance, as well as poor timing of muscular contraction. It can also develop from poor overheadRead More…

Sponsored Athlete Opportunities at Iron Health

Sponsored Athlete Opportunities at Iron Health

ATHLETE SPONSORSHIPAre you an athlete looking to enhance your performance? Looking for a way to recover faster, learn more about your body, and have the support of a team at your events? Iron Health Physical Therapy is now offering Sponsored Athlete opportunities to individuals who take their fitness seriously and are looking to help represent aRead More…

Strengthening Exercises for Golfers

Strengthening Exercises for Golfers

Let’s talk about Golfers. Most of the time coaches forget that Golfers are Power Athletes! Where does the power come from? The Hips! The sequence of power for the Golf swing is very similar to sequences we see in other throwing and rotational events. If you scroll down below we have both Mobility & StrengtheningRead More…

Blood Flow Restriction Training & Physical Therapy

Blood Flow Restriction Training & Physical Therapy

Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) is a training method partially restricting Arterial Flow and fully restricting Venous Outflow in working muscles during exercise. BFR dates back to the 60’s, Dr. Yoshiaki Sato in Japan, where it was known as “Kaatsu Training,” meaning training with added pressure. Now Kaatsu Training is performed all over the world andRead More…

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Healthy Hips for Athletes

Healthy Hips for Athletes

The hips are a power house of the body. Hip strength, development, and mobility are crucial to success in any athlete venture. I treat too many athletes with hip injuries that require them to miss practice time from their sport or even stop working out! The majority of hip injuries I see happen either early inRead More…

Should I Change My Running Gait Pattern to Protect My Legs?

Should I Change My Running Gait Pattern to Protect My Legs?

Gait Analysis and Modification to Prevent Overuse Injuries in RunnersWith the multitude of trends and literature out there on different styles or patterns of running, it is difficult to determine what is the best approach for enhancing performance and injury prevention. Individual running form is often a reflection of not only training and skill level,Read More…

ACL Reconstruction Review

ACL Reconstruction Review

What To Watch Out For During TreatmentACL reconstruction is surgery to replace a torn anterior cruciate ligament, a major ligament in your knee. ACL injuries most commonly occur during sports that involve sudden stops and changes in direction (Examples: basketball, soccer, football, and other field/contact sports.) In reconstruction, the torn ligament is removed and replaced withRead More…

Importance Of Performing Home Program

Importance Of Performing Home Program

A home exercise program is often given to a patient after one of their first few sessions. It consists of exercises that the physical therapist believes with help increase recovery and decrease pain, and is often updated every few sessions. Although it may seem unnecessary at first, performing your exercise program can be incredible beneficialRead More…

What You Need to Know After a Hip Replacement

What You Need to Know After a Hip Replacement

Testing to Ensure Proper Rehabilitation for Hip Replacement PatientsRehabilitation after hip replacement is an essential step to recovery. Most patients undergo surgery because they are limited in activities they once enjoyed. Often times the pain that was present prior to surgery resolves quickly after surgery if proper steps are taken to recover.Post-Operative Guidelines According toRead More…

What you need to Know about Ankle Sprains.

What you need to Know about Ankle Sprains.

Ankle sprains are a common injury that occur in most sports, and unfortunately even in everyday life. They can be painful and make it very hard to move around or play your sport. Here are some tips and advice on what to do to help get back to doing what you love following an ankleRead More…

The Right Way to Stretch for Exercise

The Right Way to Stretch for Exercise

Stretching is an extremely important part of an exercise routine. Did you know that there are different types of stretch that you should do before a workout versus afterwards? The two types of stretching are dynamic stretching and static stretching. There are more types, but for this post we will only go in the two aforementioned.Read More…

4 Ways to Prevent ACL Injuries

4 Ways to Prevent ACL Injuries

Protecting the ligaments in the knee are crucial for injury prevention. We use the knees daily to perform second nature movements such as walking, driving and bending. If any pain or injury occurs in this location of the body, simple daily functions become difficult to perform or complete. In this post, we will educate ourselves onRead More…

Getting Back to My Passions

Getting Back to My Passions

Stefani’s Success Story: Recovering from TendinitisStefani shares her experience at Iron Health. She has tendinitis in her shoulder, but the treatment at Iron Health has got her back to doing what she’s passionate about. Listen to Stefani’s story, then experience the Iron Health difference for yourself.  We provide quality physical therapy in Briarcliff Manor, NY. Our patientsRead More…

How To End Shoulder Pain With Three Exercises

How To End Shoulder Pain With Three Exercises

Three Exercises For Shoulder PainDoctor of Physical Therapy, demonstrates and explains three simple exercises that will help with shoulder painWe provide quality physical therapy in Briarcliff Manor, NY. Our patients come from Chappaqua, Ossining, Croton-on-Hudson, Tarrytown, Irvington, White plains, and Westchester for physical therapy.Call us NOW for more information, (914) 488-5763 Request Talk to aRead More…

My Experience at Iron Health

My Experience at Iron Health

Amanda’s Success Story: Recovering After Meniscus SurgeryAmanda shares her experience at Iron Health. She underwent surgery for her torn meniscus. Due to the one-on-one attention and expert care at Iron Health, she is progressing nicely and slowly working her way back into Crossfit. Listen to Amanda’s story, then experience the Iron Health difference for yourself.  We provideRead More…

How I Recovered From Old Injuries

How I Recovered From Old Injuries

Sherif’s Success Story: No More Pain after Physical TherapySherif found himself in knee pain and slowing down with various activities due to years of old soccer injuries catching up to him. After coming to Iron Health for Physical Therapy, Sherif now feels more mobile and stronger than he has been in years. Listen to Sherif’s story below.Read More…

Who is an Athlete?

Who is an Athlete?

IronHealth is located in Briarcliff Manor, New York. We are devoted to helping the athlete get back into their game in Westchester, New York, and nearby locations. Now before we go any further, we have to first define who is an athlete.Who is an Athlete? Athletes are those who stay active. It is common forRead More…

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