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The Benefits of Swimming

Are you a weekend warrior who takes exercise very seriously? If so, you know how hard all of that activity can be on the body. Swimming is a great way to give your body a break from high-intensity sports and it’s also a great way to help keep you in shape. Read on for all of …

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Cupping

If you were watching the Summer Olympics and you noticed what looked like round bruises on the U.S. swimmers, you probably wondered what those spots were. They were the result of a treatment known as cupping. We offer cupping at Cynergy Physical & Occupational Therapy. What Is Cupping? Clinically known as myofascial decompression, cupping is …

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Inflammation of Bursitis

In our bodies, bursa are little fluid-filled sacs whose job is to help cushion rubbing and friction between tissues. There are more than 100 bursae in your body. If you overuse a joint or put a ton of pressure on a joint, you can inflame the bursae. Now you have bursitis in that joint. At …

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The Iliotibial Band Explained

If you’re a runner, a cyclist, if you walk a lot, or even if you’re a golfer there’s a pretty good chance you’ve had pain on the outside of your knee. Iliotibial band syndrome could be the problem. This type of injury commonly occurs during sports and other activities, which often involve a lot of …

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Repetitive Strain Injuries

Whether it’s a factory worker bolting in the same part an entire shift, a programmer writing lines of code for hours on end, or a painter pulling the brush downward all day — these types of repetitive movements can lead to repetitive strain injury (RSI). At Cynergy Physical & Occupational Therapy, we help patients get …

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What is Spinal Stenosis?

Spinal Stenosis Explained Spinal stenosis is basically nerve compression. In the spine, the nerve roots are attached to the spinal cord. They exit the spinal canal through bony openings called foramina. Then those nerve roots run out to the areas they serve, such as the arms or the legs. In the cervical spine, the seven …

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Get To Know Our Adpt By Cynergy Program And Become A Better Athlete – Optimal Performance And Physical Therapies In New York City

 As an athlete, your work is never finished. No matter what stage of your career you’re at, you will always be going that extra mile to improve. Whether it’s shaving a few seconds off your time or adding a few extra pounds to your personal record, athletes always strive to be the best they …

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Hit Your Peak: Maximum Athletic Performance With Our Adpt By Cynergy Program – Long Term Athlete Development In New York City

Do you want to reach your peak performance? What do you consider Performance? Are you having trouble reaching your goals? Are you limited due to injury or is your training plateauing? If you are looking for long term athlete development in New York City, we are your option. As an athlete, you want to be able …

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