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3 Most Common Reasons for ROTATOR CUFF TEARS

A very common question I hear is “How did I tear my rotator cuff?”  From my experience, after doing a thorough examination and assessment on a patient, I find there are 3 common reasons.  After reading these, if you think you’ve been ...

Working the CORE

Are you under the impression that working CORE is doing sit-ups? Do you STILL have low back pain after trying crunches and sit-ups? Are you sick of having no answers and unsuccessful treatment for your low back pain? Do you question whether or not the ...

Cervical Disc Herniation in a “Typical” New Yorker

With thousands of New Yorkers working 8+ hours per day sitting behind a computer screen, there is never a shortage of patients suffering from neck pain and upper extremity radiculopathy.  Upon my own simple questionnaire, I asked 50 patients in my clinic ...

The “typical New Yorker” works 8+ hours per day sitting behind a computer screen, and this can create poor postural habits in the neck and lead to pain and several different pathologies.  In a recent study, I performed a simple questionnaire to 50 ...

Should You Sit or Stand At Work?

In Men’s Journal, there’s an article about a competitive distance runner who was getting pain and tightness in his hip flexors, as well as lower back pain, due to long periods of sitting at work.  While the article has some good information, it ...

Many people are taught it is proper to sit with their hips and knees bent to 90 degrees, but this is not entirely true.  The majority of people seeking ergonomic advice admit to having a slouched posture and report a feeling of tightness and pain in ...