Cornerstone: Where Care Meets Commitment

September 21, 2018

It is no accident that the first day of fall on the calendar marks National Falls Prevention Awareness Day, sponsored by the National Council on Aging (NCOA).  As our population continues to age, it amazes me to see how many injuries occur from falling.  Many of us are fearful of “breaking a ...

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  CLARK, NJ – Are you living with chronic pain and inflammation caused by a musculoskeletal condition?   Do you think your only option is pain-killing drugs or surgery?  There is a highly effective treatment close to home. Cornerstone Physical Therapy Health and Wellness Center is now ...

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CLARK, NJ – Cornerstone Physical Therapy Health and Wellness Center is now offering the latest technology in therapeutic pain relief with the introduction of the LightForce™ EXPi Deep Tissue Therapy Laser.  This therapy offers the highest level of pain relief available using a new and enhanced 25 ...

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CLARK, NJ - It's that time of year.  Snow flurries leading to accumulations leading to digging out.   Shoveling wet heavy snow and those heavy ice boulders that land curbside after the snow plow clears the street requires proper lifting strategies.   A common error people make while shoveling ...

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With millions of people experiencing some form of pain, educating the public about alternative treatments is the responsibility of the medical and healthcare community.  New reports continue to come out about abuse and overutilization of opioid drugs, unfortunately amongst all socioeconomic levels ...

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Golf is a sport that is extremely popular among all ages. However, as we age, joints can get stiffer and muscles tend to get less flexible and even weaken, which may cause a restricted golf swing.  When this terrible triad occurs, you place yourself at risk of injuring one or various structures of ...

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If you are like me, “cabin fever” has set in and you cannot wait to participate in outdoor activities, such as running around with your children or going for a bicycle ride with the family.  Despite having a mild winter overall, old man winter isn’t ready to give up yet.  I have always found it ...

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Old man winter has finally arrived and left us with our first snowfall of the year.  Shoveling wet heavy snow and those extremely heavy ice boulders that land curbside after the snow plow drives down the street requires proper lifting strategies.   A common mistake I observe people make while ...

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The holiday season is a time of reflection for many people, including myself.  More importantly, it is a time when I realize how thankful I am for all of the people in my life, including my family, my friends, and patients that I have had the pleasure of meeting and serving throughout my ...

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As 2015 is quickly coming to an end, and fall is here, the tedious task of raking leaves, putting away the outdoor furniture and preparing our homes for the upcoming winter can be strenuous, placing enormous stress on our bodies, and placing ourselves at risk of injury.  The laborious work ...

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