Media for Manhattan Pain and Sports Associates


Gains can become pains if cross-training workouts are done wrong
The nationwide success of the cross-training phenomenon lies in its varied fitness regimen. With something for everyone, workouts include high-intensity interval training, Olympic weightlifting, plyometrics, powerlifting, gymnastics, girevoy sport, and calisthenics.

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Understanding sciatica: Could your back pain be something more?
Each year, back pain effects half of all working Americans. But could this common ailment be mistaken for something different?

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Opioid Crisis: Who’s Responsible and What Can Be Done?
With the increasing number of opioid-related deaths over the past few years, many doctors and other healthcare providers have come under tremendous scrutiny by medical boards, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and the court system. Recent tragic deaths of celebrities, most recently Prince, have brought this ever growing epidemic into the spotlight. Several factors are associated with this trend in medicine.

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Text Neck: A Surging Health Condition
“Hey, what’s up?” It’s late at night and you’re in bed with your neck pressed against the headboard so you can see your phone. Welcome to text neck.

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Is exercise doing serious damage to YOUR breasts?
With the Olympics coming up and summer well underway, there is plenty of motivation to start exercising.

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