Muscle Weakness

Combating Muscle Atrophy with Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy in Astoria, NY   Muscle atrophy is the loss of muscle tissue in the body either as a result of an injury and no longer being able to move or use that muscle, or as a result of aging and not being as active. One way that you can combat muscle atrophy is [...]

How Can Physical Therapy Help My Vertigo

Physical Therapy in Astoria, NY Vertigo is a feeling of rocking, rotating, or even having a loss of balance. It is a sensation similar to looking down from a significant height. If you continue to move, symptoms can worsen and cause you to experience lightheadedness, nausea, or vomiting. If not treated, vertigo can last for [...]

Can Physical Therapy Help With Neck Muscle Spasms?

Physical Therapy in Astoria, NY If you have ever experienced a sharp pain in your neck that may have come out of nowhere, you may have suffered a neck muscle spasm. A spasm is caused when the muscles in the neck get tight from overuse, poor posture, or stress. At Advance Physical Therapy, our physical [...]

Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

Physical Therapy in Astoria, NY June is Alzheimer’s аnd Brаin Awаrеnеѕѕ Mоnth, аn opportunity tо learn more, tаkе асtiоn, аnd spread аwаrеnеѕѕ оf Alzhеimеr’ѕ. At Advance Physical Therapy our goal is to raise awareness for this disease as well as provide ways that physical therapy can help with those suffering. If you are looking for [...]

Men’s Health Month

Physical Therapy in Astoria, NY What is Men’s Health Month? Junе is Mеn’ѕ Hеаlth awareness mоnth. The purpose of Men’s Health Month, is to raise аwаrеnеѕѕ for рrеvеntаblе health problems that may emerge among men, as well as encourage еаrlу dеtесtiоn аnd treatment оf diѕеаѕes. Men’s Health Month attempts to bring awareness to health issues [...]

Physical Therapy for Muscle Weakness

Muscle weakness is characterized by lower than usual muscle strength. People who have muscle weakness have difficulty using specific muscles, even when using maximum effort. Some can move the affected muscle but report pain when doing so. Common symptoms of muscle weakness include loss of muscle coordination, pain, paralysis, twitching, and pins and needles sensations. [...]

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