doctor holding stethoscope to football helmet checking for concussion
September is here, which means a lot of different things. Fall is around the corner, school is back in session, and football is back. With the NFL season gearing to kick off on September 6th, millions of people across America are getting ready to spend their time tweaking and tinkering with their fantasy football lineups.
JAG-One Physical Therapy
Woodbridge, N.J. (July 31, 2018) – One on One Physical Therapy and JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, leading providers of outpatient orthopedic physical therapy services, today announced that they have come together as a single platform. The formation of JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, led by three of the nation’s most accomplished physical therapists, John Gallucci Jr., Chief Executive Officer,
woman receiving physical therapy for the shoulder
Have you ever thought about how much work your shoulders actually do for you? From lifting to reaching, to holding and carrying, our shoulders are one of the hardest-worked parts of our body – which makes them susceptible to injury or discomfort throughout our lives. The shoulder is very complex, as it’s home to a
woman exercising during pregnancy
Having a baby is one of the most exciting times in a person’s life. For mothers, however, it’s also one of the most difficult and physically taxing times. Pregnancy takes a toll on the body, causing back pain, aching feet, and tired legs. Physical therapy during pregnancy can help alleviate these issues and help you
man holding his wrist in pain from golfing

How to Prevent Wrist Injuries in Golf

No strangers to pain, golfers suffer sport-related injuries as much as any other athlete. Although a seemingly delicate sport, the muscles required to repetitively drive the ball across the coursework incredibly hard. Shoulder, knee, hip, wrist, elbow, and neck pain are just a few of the injuries golfers face when teeing up. Form and technique,
athlete receiving help from an athletic trainer
  Who are Certified Athletic Trainers?   Certified Athletic trainers (ATCs) are highly qualified, multi-skilled health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions in order to minimize subsequent impairments, functional limitations, disability, and societal limitations. Work settings for an