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Precision Pain and Spine Institute Offering Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)

Precision Pain & Spine Institute recently announced plans to start offering Instrument Assisted Soft Tissues Mobilization (IASTM) at each of its four New Jersey and New York offices. The treatment will add to Precision Pain & Spine Institute’s physical therapy capabilities and will keep the business on the cutting edge of industry trends. What Is […]

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Four Stretches That Help Alleviate Back Pain from Golfing

In many ways, golfing can be very relaxing. Getting a day away from work and other responsibilities, to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors and the challenges of the game, is a wonderful way to reduce stress and improve quality of life. With that said, the repetitive motion of the golf swing can put a […]

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Topics of the Month: Patellar Tendonitis

Patellar tendonitis, also known as “jumper’s knee.” It is is an injury to the tendon that connects your kneecap (your patella) to your shinbone. As the nickname suggests, patellar tendonitis tends to plague athletes in sports where frequent jumping is involved, such as basketball and volleyball. Experts estimate that as many as half of all […]

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Chronic Pain Diaries: Shoveling Snow without Pain

This winter is home to many record-breaking low temperatures across the country. This season, shovel the snow with these helpful tips in mind: Lift with your leg muscles, not with your back! Take frequent breaks in order to calm your muscles down (especially if you do  not exercise daily) Dress appropriately for the weather […]

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Chronic Pain Diaries: Foot Pain

If you have been experiencing pain in your foot or feet, chances are you have a condition called “plantar fasciitis”. This is the inflammation of the tissue that connects the hell bone to the toes. Here are some of the symptoms you could be experiencing: The heel or bottom of your foot hurts when standing […]

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Chronic Pain Diaries: Avoiding pain during your Spring Cleaning

The time has come again. Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, and Spring has sprung. A lot of people like to take advantage of the lovely weather by conducting a spring cleaning. Spring cleanings take more time than usual and usually require heavy lifting. Practice these tips to avoid increasing your pain throughout and after […]

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Chronic Pain Diaries: Personal Injuries

There are many types of personal injury cases. Just to name a few: Car accidents-The most common causes of personal injuries are car accidents. Car accidents account for 50% of personal injury cases. This does not include motorcycle, train, boating or ATV accidents. Pedestrian accidents- According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, an estimated […]

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