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Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Dysfunction and Physical Therapy The temporomandibular joint (also known as TMJ) is located in front of the ear on either side of the head where the upper and lower jaws meet. It is used throughout the day during activities like talking, eating and…
Executive Park Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab is excited to announce the grand opening of their new location at Sal's Pro Sports and Fitness Academy at 565 North State Road in Briarcliff Manor. On Tuesday, December 11th 2012 at 6pm, there will be a ribbon…
Sports Injury Rehabilitation 101 Injuries can occur in any sporting activity. Professional athletes in particular, are prone to injuries due to the excessive wear and tear associated with the demands of competitive sport. The right exercise program to maintain strength, flexibility and stability can help…
  For those who like to compete against others and themselves, we have the perfect challenge for this holiday season! Since the Functional Movement Screen is the foundation from which we build our Sports Training Program in Westchester County, why not have a two month…
Self-limiting Exercises - A Performance Enhancing Approach to Authentic Movement Over the years, rehab, performance training, and skill development have become blurred due to the fact that there is sizable carry-over from one domain to the next. For this reason, it's easy for a physical…
October has historically been a busy month for Executive Park Physical Therapy as there are many great causes we acknowledge, participate in, and raise awareness for. In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Executive Park Physical Therapy staff wears some form of pink…
Dear Residents of Briarcliff Manor, Ossining, Millwood, Chappaqua, Yorktown, and Mt. Kisco: We are proud to introduce Executive Park Physical Therapy of Briarcliff Manor, Northern Westchester NY's Elite Sports and Athletic Training Specialists.  We are a well established, award-winning practice which has served mid to…
10 Tips To Prevent Tennis Elbow Once the symptoms of tennis elbow begins, normal tendon structure has already been compromised. This will make future and reoccuring injuries more likely. 1. Have a coach review your form. A faulty technique can put stress on the elbow.…
Here are some tips on how to identify and avoid painful knee tendinitis: Knee tendinitis, commonly known as patellar tendonitis or jumpers knee, is a prevalent condition that affects many athletes involved in sprinting and jumping. Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver Dez Bryant is the latest…
The Sports Biomechanics of Cycling As with most sports, the key to avoiding the more common repetitive stress injuries is by taking heed to the forces that will influence the body. The biomechanics for each individual will vary based on several factors. These components are…
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