CNN Staying Well: Thrive PT Segment on Manual Therapy

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The CNN segment that we filmed at Thrive a few months back is now online. Have a watch as practice owner Tamar Amitay, PT, MS and physical therapist Amy McGorry, PT, DPT, MTC, talk about and demonstrate manual therapy techniques on a patient. Here at Thrive Integrated Physical Therapy, PC, our physical therapists identify the […]

     

Thrive! is Hosting and Participating in Threes Physiyoga Method for Physical Therapists

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If you’ve been following along with our Instagram, you may have noticed that Thrive has had a few in-services with the amazingly smart and talented Giulia Pline. Giulia introduced our entire staff to the Threes Physioyoga Method, which merges physical therapy principles with yoga. What more could we ask for? We were so impressed that […]

     

Don’t Survive, THRIVE!

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Now is the time to focus on YOU! Pain doesn’t have to rule your life. Physical Therapy is a proven alternative to surgery and prescription drugs. Break the cycle of simply surviving and make this the year you THRIVE. Check out the rest of our website and give us a call to set up a consultation and find out how physical therapy can help you break the pain cycle and get your life back!

                       

Let’s Get Technical: Ankle Sprains

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At some point in your life you may have rolled and sprained your ankle. It’s the most common athletic injury in the U.S. with an estimated 30,000 sprains occurring each year. Whether your sprain is due to tripping in a pothole (my specialty), cutting and pivoting to hit a tennis ball, running, or falling in high heels, it’s essential to completely rehabilitate your ankle to avoid a progression to chronic ankle instability (CAI).

                 

Stay in the Game: Tennis Injuries

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Summer’s here and tennis is literally in full swing! Tennis athletes should train in a specific manner to both improve their performance and reduce their risk for injury. Tennis has become more physically demanding game than in the past, so proper and specific conditioning is required to generate the power to hit the ball harder […]