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JAG-ONE Continues as NJYS Official Injury Prevention Educator and Physical Therapy Provider Woodbridge, N.J. (June 20, 2019) – New Jersey Youth Soccer and JAG-ONE Physical Therapy announced today the continuance of a partnership that designates JAG-ONE Physical Therapy as the Official Injury Prevention and Physical Therapy Provider for NJ Youth Soccer. Through the relationship, JAG-ONE Physical
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Temporomandibular joint dysfunction, more commonly known as TMJ or TMJ Syndrome, is a common dysfunction of the jaw that causes mild to severe pain. The TMJ is a joint that acts as a hinge in connecting your jawbone to the skull. While everyone has a TMJ, not everyone has TMJ dysfunction. Common symptoms of TMJ
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Woodbridge, N.J. (June 10, 2019) – JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, the Tri-State Area’s leading provider of outpatient orthopedic physical and occupational therapy services, today announced the addition of four new physical therapy centers. This milestone expansion brings JAG-ONE Physical Therapy’s gold standard of rehabilitative care to Pennsylvania, while growing the company’s overall footprint to 48 facilities. The
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Woodbridge, N.J. (June 3, 2019) – JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, the Tri-State Area’s leading provider of outpatient orthopedic physical and occupational therapy services, today announced their expansion into Eltingville, Staten Island. Under the leadership of Michael and Cheryl Marino, Rehabilitation Physical Therapy Associates of Staten Island joins the JAG-ONE Physical Therapy banner as the company’s 44th facility
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Do you desire to stay fit and healthy with a sculpted figure and well-defined muscle tone but have no idea where to start? Being a beginner in the fitness world can be intimidating for anyone. Reaching fitness success does not happen overnight – it is a long process but definitely worth the hard work and
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The two exercises may look the same, but they each have their own benefits. Here, learn when to use each. By Gabrielle Kassel
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