Hospital for Special Surgery - Archive (Rehabilitation)

2019
May
14,
2019
The Wall Street Journal featuring Jon Cinkay, PT ...
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May
11,
2019

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National Foam Rolling Day event hosted by HSS ...
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May
02,
2019
Crain's New York Business featuring Stephen Fealy, MD ...
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April
30,
2019
BetterPT™, a healthcare technology platform company providing end-to-end digital connectivity between physical therapists (PT), patients, and physicians, announced today it has completed a $5 million Series A round of financing. The Series A round...
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April
05,
2019
Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) and Scientific Analytics Inc. (SAI) today announced a strategic collaboration to integrate HSS knowledge with SAI technology to improve the quality and action ability of motion analysis for patients. HSS is the w...
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April
05,
2019
Aspen Daily News highlights the upcoming three day pop-up tent event at Gondola Plaza (Saturday-Monday) on behalf of the HSS and OrthoAspen collaboration to offer an eight minute physical test assessing aspects of one’s musculoskeletal health using D...
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April
04,
2019
Aspen Times reports on free analyses using the DARI markerless motion-detection system will be offered on behalf of the HSS and OrthoAspen collaboration at a three-day pop up event (Saturday-Monday) at the Gondola Plaza. Users will receive a personal...
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March
04,
2019
MyFitnessPal reports on the link between diet and exercise when it comes to losing weight.According to Tiffany Chag, MS, RD, CSCS, sports dietician at HSS, exercise tends to increase your appetite. It’s easy to take in more calories each day once you...
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February
27,
2019
Bicycling shares tips on easing anxiety when starting a brand new workout."Having good instruction and a good base of knowledge will help you feel more at ease," says Pamela Geisel MS, CSCS, exercise physiologist at HSS.When working with a new traine...
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February
27,
2019
Men’s Health writes on ways to improve a treadmill workout at the gym."When you’re outside, you’re worried about the terrain, other people, the weather, and changes in the environment around you," says Pamela Geisel MS, CSCS, exercise physiologist at...
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February
21,
2019
MedPage Todayreports that yoga poses can impact quality of life for lupus patients based on a new study.Cara Ann Senicola PT, DPT, OCS, USATF-L1, CYT, board certified orthopedic specialist at HSS, explains that not all yoga classes are the same and a...
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February
17,
2019
Elite Daily reports on fillings foods to eat post-workout to curb your appetite.Jason Machowsky RD, CSSD, RCEP, CSCS, sports dietician at HSS, recommends tuna salad with whole wheat crackers post-workout."Satiety is usually best achieved by eating re...
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February
13,
2019
Furthermore reports on the 30-minute rule for protein which is based on the idea that there’s a short period post-workout when your body can repair and build muscle more efficiently.Tiffany Chag MS, RD, CSCS, sports performance specialist and sports ...
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February
01,
2019
AARP reporter Hallie Levine reports on the best exercises to quell back, knee and hip pain. For back pain, kegels "strengthen the transversus abdominis, one of the major core muscles that support the lower back," explains Christi Reinhardt PT, DPT...
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January
30,
2019
Total Beauty writes on the weighted blanket trend and examines the science behind this fad. "There are limited studies providing data if weighted blankets help people fall asleep or mitigate stress," says Christine Rocchio Mueller, MS, OTR/L, C/NDT,...
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January
23,
2019
Health reports on how to harness your metabolism, which determines how quickly and efficiently your body burns calories.  One way to fire up the energy that your body uses to consume and digest food is to have some spicy food or green tea. "You'll g...
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January
21,
2019
Runner's World reports on feeling bloated while running. Since exercise acts as a stressor, it can trigger your adrenal gland to release the stress hormone cortisol. "We secrete cortisol in times of stress—for example, a hard run or a stressful job ...
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January
10,
2019
Silver Sneakers shares simple exercises to help tone common trouble zones. Focusing on strength building can help add lean muscle and promote overall fat loss. "Getting out of a chair, going upstairs, carrying things … All those activities require y...
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January
08,
2019
Refinery29 reports on the 'fasted' workout trend, which is when you work out on an empty stomach. Tiffany Chag, MS, RD, CSCS, sports performance specialist and sports dietician at HSS, explains that typically your muscles get energy from carbohydr...
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January
04,
2019
Reporter K. Aleisha Fetters dives into the topic of using a steam room at your local gym.  Jason Machowsky RD, CSSD, RCEP, CSCS, sports dietitian and exercise physiologist at HSS, explains that a steam room is any room that's warmed to 110-115 degre...
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2018
December
19,
2018
Westfair Online reports on a new sports rehabilitation center at 75 Holly Hill Lane in Greenwich, Conn. opened by HSS and Stamford Health. This joins other rehabilitation locations such as HSS Sports Rehab at Chelsea Piers in Stamford. "At each sit...
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December
18,
2018
Stamford Health and Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) opened a new, state-of-the-art sports rehabilitation center, December 3, at 75 Holly Hill Lane in Greenwich. Stamford Health and HSS will provide outpatient physical therapy services, expanding t...
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December
13,
2018
Reporter K. Aleisha Fetters writes on ways that older adults may unintentionally be causing stiffness in their shoulders.  Poor posture may be contributing to shoulder pain. Nicholas Maroldi, PT, DPT, OCS, SFMA, manager of the Hand Therapy Center at...
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December
07,
2018
Refinery29 reporter Cory Stieg writes on how to best add resistance bands to your workout routine. Aaron Karp MS, ATC, CSCS, sports performance specialist at HSS, explains that using bands is not cheating and that you can still get in a great workou...
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December
01,
2018
In the December print issue, Health reporter Alyssa Shaffer writes about working out in cold weather.  The winter is no excuse to stay indoors - some studies show that you may actually burn more calories when you break a sweat in the cold.  "It feel...
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November
19,
2018
Reporter K. Aleisha Fetters features tips on how to exercise if you have arthritis in an article for Silver Sneakers.  According to a 2016 study in Arthritis Care and Research, participating in just 45 minutes of exercise each week (one-third of the...
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November
14,
2018
Runner's World interviews experts to determine how runners should adjust their training plan to see the best results. While it may be tempting to just follow your set training plan, success comes from listening to your body during the process to mak...
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November
07,
2018
Silver Sneakers reports on the benefits of strength training that you can do sitting in a chair if you are recovering from an injury or suffering from joint pain. Katrin Ramsey, PT, DSc, CLT, physical therapist at HSS Rehabilitation Paramus, explain...
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September
14,
2018
Refinery29 featured HSS sports performance specialist Ashley Fluger CSCS, CPT, in an article about the effectiveness of modified push-ups. "Performing a modification of an exercise is definitely not cheating or less effective," said Fluger. "An exe...
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