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Physical Therapy in Ronkonkoma

Recovering from an injury can be an incredibly difficult process to deal with. From tears to sprains, not taking the proper steps to recover from an injury can result in future health complications and chronic pain. At United Rehab Physical Therapy, we can give you the treatment and help you’ve been looking for. Our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma can give you the help you’ve been looking for an and change your life for the better! Some of these conditions are complications that we always see and can treat:












Frozen Shoulder



How to Treat Frozen Shoulder


Are your shoulder joints stiff? Do you have trouble performing daily tasks due to pain in your shoulders? You may be experiencing early symptoms of frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis. At United Rehab Physical Therapy, our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma will help treat your frozen shoulder and educate you on the necessary ways to care for your condition.



What is frozen shoulder?


Frozen shoulder is a condition where the shoulder joint doesn’t have space to move properly, therefore leaving the joint stiff with a limited range of mobility. The shoulder capsule becomes tighter and develops adhesions which contributes to the joint’s low range in motion.



Who’s at risk?


Most people who have experienced frozen shoulder will develop it after an injury. However, there several potential causes of this condition. A few risk factors that may expose you to frozen shoulder are listed below:


  • Diabetes significantly increases your chances of developing a frozen shoulder.


  • Individuals with thyroid disorders are also at an elevated risk.


  • Those who wear a shoulder sling for extended periods post-surgery heighten their chance for getting frozen shoulder.


  • Frozen shoulder may also occur if your shoulder must remain in place for an extended period due to a recent operation or stroke.



Stages of Frozen Shoulder


There are three stages of frozen shoulder called “freezing,” “frozen,” and “thawing.” Each of these stages will have varying recovery times. However, a frozen shoulder may take up to three years to completely heal. The three stages are listed below:


Freezing: Pain will gradually become more intense, making the shoulder joint more difficult to move. This stage lasts a minimum of 6 weeks and a maximum of 9 months.


Frozen: Pain either remains the same as it was in the first stage or gradually declines. The shoulder has limited mobility and remains stiff during this stage which can last from a minimum of 4 months to 6 months.


Thawing: It becomes easier to move your shoulder and mobility may return to normal. Although the pain fades, it may revisit occasionally. The thawing stage ranges from 6 months to 2 years.






Although there are many treatments, physical therapy is the most common way to heal a frozen shoulder. The goal of physical therapy is to stretch out the joint and make progress towards regaining any lost motion. Along with stretching, it is important to complete at-home exercises to reach recovery as quickly as possible. At United Rehab Physical Therapy, our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma will work with you through gentle exercises that will help regain mobility in the shoulder. Here are a few simple at-home exercises you can perform:


  • Crossover arm stretch

  • Forward flexion

  • External rotation


If you feel that you’re experiencing pain or stiffness in your shoulder, you may be developing frozen shoulder. At United Rehab Physical Therapy, our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma will ensure that you receive the proper treatment.









Osteoporosis is a common disease that can affect anyone at any age causing the thinning and weakening of the bones. Another word used to describe osteoporosis is “porous bone.” An osteoporotic patient’s bone structure becomes very thin and “porous,” often resulting from poor nutrition and aging of the bones. Because of this, it does make it difficult for the bone to withstand the normal force that is applied in typical everyday activities. If you’re in need of help, our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma at United Rehab Physical Therapy can get you on the path to recovery today.



Having osteoporosis means your bones have lost its healthy density developing an abnormal tissue structure. As the bone becomes less dense, they gradually weaken until they fall victim to frequent breaks or fractures. It is highly recommended for those who are 50 years or older and have broken a bone, to consult with our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma in order to strengthen the supporting muscle tissues.


Osteoporosis can be caused by the following factors:

  • Having a thin and small body frame

  • Genetics

  • Hormone imbalance - specifically estrogen in women and androgen in men

  • Lack of exercise

  • Calcium deficient diet

  • Poor nutrition and poor health


With certain exercises and treatment programs, we can help reduce osteoporotic pain and prevent bone fractures.




Prevention of Osteoporosis


By following a certain lifestyle, osteoporosis is a very preventable disease. To live this type of lifestyle, a proper diet, vitamin supplementation, and exercise can work wonders. For those that would like to prevent and reduce the risk of developing osteoporosis, knowing the factors, especially the ones listed above, is extremely important. It is highly advised that you consult with our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma to evaluate your options if you are at risk.


Physical Therapy for Osteoporosis


Our goal with treatment for osteoporosis is to increase your strength and reduce chronic pain associated wit


h this disease.  Our program consists of customized exercises with our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma. These exercises will help to educate on ways to prevent injury as well as body conditioning. Exercises like balance training will help to reduce the risk of falling. The exercises also focus on proper posture to protect the spine from future fractures. We also educate our patients on ways to adjust their environment to protect their bone health.  



Osteoporosis is a widespread disease that affects millions of people per year. If you or someone you know is dealing with this disease and is looking for effective physical therapy in Ronkonkoma, United Rehab Physical Therapy can help.



Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

























Did уоu knоw cаrраl tunnel syndrome can be treated with physical therapy? Our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma at United Rehab Physical Therapy can help determine the right treatment to alleviate symptoms caused by CTS.


Cаrраl tunnel ѕуndrоmе is a condition in which a nеrvе, thе median nerve to be exact, is compressed in thе wriѕt area. To avoid реrmаnеnt nеrvе damage, you should bе trеаtеd as early as possible by a physical thеrарiѕt in order to alleviate this pressure. Symptoms uѕuаllу bеgin gradually and then worsen over time, often appearing episodic at first. Symptoms include burning, tingling, itching, аnd/оr numbnеѕѕ in the palm, thumb, indеx, аnd middlе fingеrѕ with the dominant hand usually affected first.


Repetitive motion such аѕ typing, knitting, or twiѕting оf thе forearm аnd wriѕt is a  common cause of CTS. Suсh асtivitiеѕ саn lеаd tо nеrvе еntrарmеnt, whiсh iѕ a major соntributing factor. If these symptoms start to arise, consulting with our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma at United Rehab Physical Therapy can help put you on the right path to recovery.  


Nеrvе entrapment can bе caused bу many things, including the very ѕmаll саrраl bоnеѕ оf thе wriѕt. Did уоu know thеrе аrе 27 bоnеѕ in each hаnd? If a few оf these bоnеѕ shift or become miѕаlignеd, thеу can put рrеѕѕurе on the median nerve which iѕ соnѕidеrеd a tуре of nerve entrapment.


A common way CTS develops is through repetitive motion. If your workplace or daily activities include repetitive tasks such as prolonged handwriting, typing, playing video games, or forceful gripping such as the use of power tools, over an extended time this can cause strain to your wrist, therefore, increasing the swelling and compression of your median nerve. Because the median nerve travels from the forearm to the hand in the wrist, when repetitive motion occurs, it inflames the ligaments and tendons causing pain, numbness, and loss of strength. Therefore, make sure you are taking frequent breaks and alternate tasks if you are doing something that requires a repetitive prolonged motion. Minimizing the stress that you put on your hands and wrists when engaged in repetitive motion can help relieve tension and pain.


For many pregnant women, CTS symptoms can develop during the third trimester. The еxресting mоthеr'ѕ hands, wriѕtѕ and аnklеѕ can swell due to the natural increase of fluid in the body. When this hарреnѕ the swelling can саuѕе nerve entrapment in the wrist and produce similar ѕуmрtоmѕ to that of carpal tunnel. Usually, a few dауѕ tо wееkѕ after the baby iѕ born, the ѕwеlling drаѕtiсаllу dесrеаѕеѕ аnd thе ѕуmрtоmѕ ѕubѕidе.


Treatment options for CTS can include:


  • Joint mobilization

  • Strеngthеning аnd stretching exercises

  • Applying cold packs tо rеduсе inflammation

  • Resting the affected hand and wriѕt

  • Avoiding асtivitiеѕ that may worsen symptoms

  • Immobilizing thе wriѕt in a splint tо avoid twisting or bеnding

  • In severe cases, surgery


Thе mоѕt соmmоn surgical рrосеdurе done is open саrраl tunnel ѕurgеrу. During this surgery thе transverse саrраl ligаmеnt iѕ cut to open the space fоr thе impinged median nerve. Thе surgery iѕ uѕuаllу done in an outpatient setting with lосаl аnеѕthеѕiа. It is usually rесоmmеndеd that you nоt lift hеаvу оbjесtѕ fоr uр to three months аftеr thе ореn саrраl tunnel ѕurgеrу. Our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma can assist you with post-surgical recovery by providing you with strengthening and stretching exercises that allow you to most effectively regain proper motioning.



Muscle Spasms








Ever notice that when you’re exercising or working, all of a sudden your leg starts getting tight or you start having a spasm in your hand, foot, or back? These minor annoyances might just be a random occurrence, possibly because you’re dehydrated or that muscle is being overused and generally stop on their own. However, if they start occurring more frequently they might be a sign of a potential problem. Here at United Rehab Physical Therapy, our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma will work with you to determine what is causing these issues and will come up with an effective treatment plan that will correct the problem.


Our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma at United Rehab will evaluate the cause of the spasms and tightness and from there create a treatment plan that bests works for the patient. If the spasm and tightness is very mild where it isn’t causing the patient any discomfort, moist heat treatments may be the most effective treatment and will be used during numerous sessions. However, if the heat doesn’t seem to be working by itself your therapists will introduce electrical muscle stimulation(TENS,IFT,EMS) as part of your treatment as well as continuing with the moist heat.


What is electrical muscle stimulation (TENS, IFT, EMS)?


(TENS) also referred to as transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, (EMS) is referred to as Electrical Muscle Stimulation, both of these devices use low voltage electrical impulses to stimulate the muscles. Though they use the same type of system they target two different parts of the body. TENS stimulates nerves by targeting the nerves. It prevents the pain signals from reaching the brain, while EMS targets the muscles by mimicking the central nervous system, this causes the muscles to contract. (IFT) also referred to as Interferential Therapy, this form of therapy uses mid-frequency electrical stimulus to remove muscle sprains, spasms, and strains. IFT, unlike TENS AND EMS, works differently. Instead of stimulating the muscles it creates a massaging effect on the affected area. IFT also causes the body to naturally release endorphins and enkephalins which in turn reduces the amount of pain.


Based on the symptoms and where the patient is experiencing pain our therapists at United Rehab Physical Therapy in Ronkonkoma, will evaluate the patient and from there will determine which device will provide the most relief for them.




If you have ever found yourself constantly dealing with massive dizziness while walking down the street, going to work, watching television then vertigo might be what you are suffering from. If your vertigo has become unbearable try going to physical therapy in Ronkonkoma or any of our locations to deal with it. United Rehab Hands On Physical Therapy is excellent at treating patients dealing with Vertigo on a daily basis.


What causes vertigo?


  • Inner ear infections

  • Diseases of the ear such as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), vestibular neuritis, and Meniere's disease.

  • Head or brain injuries

  • Migraines


Luckily vertigo can be taken care of if you go to physical therapy in Ronkonkoma or any of our locations and meet with one of our team members at United Rehab Physical Therapy. They will work with you to design an individualized exercise program specific to your complaints. Your exercise regimen will be supervised with one of our physical therapists. The frequency and how long you will need to do physical therapy to treat vertigo varies from patient to patient. Over time the patient is monitored by the physical therapist and is evaluated during each visit.


Goals of Physical Therapy Treatment  


  • Improving complaints of visual disturbance with head movement

  • Improving static and dynamic balance

  • Decreasing fall risk

  • Reducing general complaints of dizziness

  • Resolving positional vertigo

  • Increasing participation in functional and social activities

  • Improving overall fitness


United Rehab Physical Therapy offers physical therapy in Ronkonkoma as well as all of our locationsto help treat your vertigo with the help of our staff constantly working with patients to make life easier. Suffering from vertigo causes many disturbances in daily activities due to the fear of always being dizzy.  Driving, exercising, and working all become more challenging for someone suffering with this illness, which is why it is important to get the proper medical attention needed rather than ignoring it and passing it off as a headache.


Hamstring Injuries


For those of you who have strained a hamstring, you know how painful and debilitating it can be to your everyday lifestyle. United Rehab Physical Therapy in Ronkonkoma, New York specializes in treating and preventing hamstring strains. A hamstring strain usually occurs when performing quick, sharp, movement such a jumping, running, pivoting, or even reaching for a ball. It can cause symptoms such as:


  • Severe pain in the upper leg/ buttocks

  • Bruising

  • Swelling

  • Muscle spasms


In Ronkonkoma, our physical therapists have found that there are many factors that contribute to hamstring strains, which can be easily prevented. A few are:


  • An imbalance of strength between the hamstrings and quadriceps

  • Not warming up properly

  • Having fatigued muscles

  • Tremendous force


When an imbalance of strength between the hamstring and quads occur, a person becomes susceptible to a hamstring strain. At United Rehab Physical Therapy in Ronkonkoma, we understand that the difference in strength between the hamstring and quad is a common factor for strains. The reason being is because the quad is stronger and the hamstring uses more energy in order to keep up. Avoiding a warm up is also a risk factor because the muscle is cold and tight. If the muscle is fatigued from training it becomes more valuable to a hamstring strain. Also, tremendous force, such a burst of speed while exercising, can cause a hamstring strain. On the bright side, at United Rehab Physical Therapy in Ronkonkoma, we discovered that there are many ways to avoiding hamstring strains.


Some tips our physical therapists in Ronkonkoma recommend for avoiding hamstring strains are:


  • Regular stretching

  • Strengthening exercises for the hamstring and quadriceps

  • Staying in shape when participating in a sport

  • Regular conditioning

  • Applying ice for 15 minutes after exercise

  • Decrease intensity of workout


If you have any questions on treating or avoiding hamstring strain, contact United Rehab Physical Therapy in Ronkonkoma for professional help!


Spinal Compression Fractures


The spine is one of the most important bone structures in our body. The reason being is that it helps us stand straight and connects all of our nerves to benefit the function of our body. Afterall, our spine is made of 33 bones, known as vertebrae. Evidently, this provides the main support for our body, allowing us to stand upright, bend, and twist. As an essential bone structure, it is also delicate, making it vulnerable to a sprain and fracture. A spinal fracture is very different from a broken arm or leg. A fracture in the spine can lead to pinched or damaged spinal nerves and can even harm the spinal cord. In other words, injuries can happen from a wide variety of factors. Depending on how severe the injury is, one may not experience pain in day-to-day life.


As mentioned previously, there are different kinds of fractures that can happen throughout the spine. To explain, a compression fracture occurs most often in the lower back, the middle of the back, or the lumbar and thoracic spine. As we grow older, spine bones can weaken. As a result, a simple activity such as twisting, coughing, or even laughing can cause a compression fracture. These compression fractures are the reason that bones break down in the front area, whereas the back area remains solid. That is why these small breakdowns can actually cause your spine to slump forward and lead to a hunchback.


Luckily, there are ways to combat the fracture. Our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma can evaluate your medical history, any medications you are on, and your current symptoms. Physical therapy usually begins after the fracture has been deemed "stable.” A physical therapist will perform an examination of your spine and feel areas that you experience pain or tenderness.Furthermore, they evaluate the strength in the spine, legs, and shoulders. However, surgery is rarely needed in cases of compression fracture. Physical therapy in Ronkonkoma is one of the top choices in relieving pain and other ailments. Therefore, specialists can help you regain the strength and mobility that you may have lost while the fracture healed. An example of a  treatment plan may include:


  • Pain Management

  • Flexibility Exercises

  • Strengthening Exercises

  • Posture and Movement Education

  • Fall Prevention

  • Referral to a Nutritionist


At United Rehab Physical Therapy, our therapists are highly trained to deal with spinal compression fracture. We understand the pain and trauma that many patients go through after an injury. So, stop into our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma or any of our other locations for a consultation and evaluation! We look forward to meeting with you!







Bursitis is a painful condition that affects the bursae sacs that provide a cushion for your joints. The bursae are vital in offering support to the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones surrounding your joints. Sometimes these bursae can experience inflammation when they are subject to excessive use. Treatments for bursitis often include physical therapy, and NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). United Rehab Physical Therapy offers physica for bursitis and can give you the treatment you need.  If you’re looking for physical therapy in Ronkonkoma, United Rehab Physical Therapy can help you today.


What Causes Bursitis?


Bursitis is usually caused from repetitive, excessive movements that stress and irritate the bursae within the affected joint. If you have recently engaged in any of the following activities, you could be at risk for bursitis:


  • Persistent kneeling, which irritates the bursae in the knees.

  • Putting excessive weight on a joint such as the elbow.

  • Repeated lifting, throwing, or kicking.


Bursitis can negatively impact your day-to-day activities, ultimately lowering your quality of life. For physical therapy in Ronkonkoma that provides treatment for this condition, United Rehab Physical Therapy will be able to help you.


What Are The Symptoms Associated With Bursitis?


When the bursae become inflamed, various painful and irritating symptoms can result. Some of the following are the result of irritated bursae:


  • Pain upon moving the joint

  • Redness at the affected location

  • Swelling

  • Stiffness

  • Dull ache


How Can Physical Therapy Treat Bursitis?


Depending on your specific needs, our physical therapist will determine a plan of action for your treatment. Typically heat and ice therapies are utilized for pain and swelling. Specific exercises may also be implemented to strengthen the muscles in order to prevent future injury. Our physical therapist can also teach you how to reduce stress on the joints.


Are There Any Risk Factors To Be Aware of?


There are certain factors that predispose you to bursitis, including some of the following:


  • Job functions

    • If your job requires you to do a lot of heavy lifting as well as repetitive movements, you are at an increased risk for irritating your bursae.

  • Age

    • As you get older, your risk for bursitis increases.

  • Being overweight

    • If you are overweight, you are at a higher risk for developing bursitis of the hips and knees.



Pre and Post-Surgical Rehab


Having an orthopedic surgery/spine surgery? We can help! The staff at our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma are highly trained in the most advanced pre & post surgical rehab protocols. We individualize your treatment plan for your needs, and provide one-on-one treatments to accelerate your recovery and rehab. We effectively communicate with your surgeon about your plan of care and progress.


Our post surgical rehab patients get the advantage of our concierge physical therapy service with access by email or phone to our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma seven days a week and priority appointments following the surgery.


We offer Pre & Post Surgical Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation services for:


  • Spinal surgeries (Spinal Fusion, Discectomy, Disc Replacement, Laminectomy, etc)

  • Total joint replacement (Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Elbow, Ankle, Fingers & toes)

  • Ligament repairs (Shoulder, Knee, Wrist, Elbow, Hip, Ankle, etc,.)

  • Ligament reconstruction (ACL, PCL, Ankle, etc,.)

  • Hand surgeries (Carpal tunnel, joint replacement, tendon repairs, etc,.)

  • Arthroscopic surgeries (Shoulder, Knee, Hip, Wrist, Ankle, etc,.)

  • Corrective surgeries (Scoliosis, Foot & Ankle, others)

  • Foot surgeries (Fusions, Bunion surgery & other)

  • Traumatic surgeries (ORIF, IM nailing & other)


Pre-surgical physical therapy in Ronkonkoma has proven to improve recovery & outcomes following your surgery, we offer the following services for Pre surgical patients:


  • Patient education & training on post surgical precautions, self management of pain & swelling, bracing, crutch/walker use, etc.

  • Pre surgical inflammation & swelling control

  • Pre surgical soft tissue stretching

  • Pre surgical strengthening

  • Pre surgical conditioning


We offer comprehensive Post surgical Physical Therapy & rehab services with compassionate care and hands on therapy. We design your treatment plan based on the recommendations of your surgeon and latest post surgical protocols from evidence based medicine. The following is a list of some of the services we offer:


  • Pain & Swelling management with Cryotherpy + Compression Therapy (We currently offer GAMEREADY system at no extra cost to our patients)

  • Patient education on Post surgical precautions, self management of symptoms

  • Hands on stretching

  • Hands on soft tissue and joint mobilization

  • Exercise Rehabilitation

  • Gait training

  • Balance training

  • Aerobic conditioning

  • Concierge Physical Therapy service for 4 weeks following surgery




How We Can Help You

Myofascial and Massage Therapy






Myofascial is a fibrous elastic connective tissue that exists between muscles, tendons and joints in the human body. Trauma, overuse, injuries and inactivity cause myofascial pain, trigger points, tightness and weakness resulting in acute and chronic pain.


Myofascial Release (MFR) is a hands on technique that focuses on decreasing pain by improving myofascial flexibility, elasticity, and by improving movement in the area of dysfunction. At United Rehab Physical Therapy in Ronkonkoma our Physical Therapists & Massage Therapists are highly trained and skilled in Myofascial pain syndromes and hands on Myofascial Therapy. Our Therapists evaluate thoroughly to identify the sources of pain and myofascial tightness to individualize your treatment and offer a hands on approach with one on one care and hands on therapy.


We offer the following services: Please call (631) 805 2850 & find out how we can help you!


  • Myofascial Release Therapy (MFRT)

  • Trigger Point Release

  • Massage Therapy

  • Myofascial Stretching

  • Static Stretching

  • Dynamic Stretching


Common Conditions we treat with Myofascial Release & Massage Therapy:


  • Neck Pain

  • Back pain

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Whiplash

  • Sciatica

  • Chronic Pain Syndromes

  • Sports Injuries

  • Piriformis Syndrome



Spinal Decompression






























Suffering from acute or chronic neck or low back pain, bulging discs, herniated discs, spinal stenosis, sciatica, cervical radiculopathy? Our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma can help!


Triton DTS Spinal Decompression Therapy is a FDA approved traction based non surgical decompression treatment option for neck and low back pain associated with muscle spasms, herniated discs, bulging discs, spinal stenosis, sciatica, facet joint syndrome and spondylosis.


Spinal disc irritation and disc dysfunction is the result of increased pressure on the discs associated with increased compressive forces on the disc as a result of daily activities, injuries, car accidents resulting in protrusion, bulging, herniation and dissection of disc resulting in numbness, neck/arm pain, low back/leg pain and other pain syndromes.


Spinal decompression therapy decompresses the spinal discs and facet joints and other structures of the spine using traction, distraction and body positioning.


At United Rehab Physical Therapy in Ronkonkoma, using the spinal decompression therapy in conjunction with other physical therapy services, myofascial stretching, massage therapy, stretching, core strengthening, stabilization exercises and postural re-education can effectively relieve pain, restore movement in the spine and improve your quality of life! Letting you "Live Life Pain Free!"


Other Spinal Rehab Services we offer:


  • Electrical Muscle Stimulation (TENS, IFT, EMS) to reduce pain, & muscle spasm

  • Cryotherapy to reduce pain, muscle spasm & inflammation

  • Moist Heat to reduce pain, muscle spasm, & muscle tightness

  • Ultrasound Therapy to reduce pain, inflammation, swelling, & promote healing

  • Cold Laser Therapy to reduce inflammation and promote healing

  • Manual Therapy - Myofascial Therapy, Soft Tissue Mobilization, & Joint Mobilizations

  • Therapeutic Exercises - to improve your flexibility, movement, strength, core strength, spinal stabilization

  • Myofascial Release to reduce pain, muscle spasm, fascial & muscle tightness

  • Massage Therapy to reduce pain, muscle spasm, fascial & muscle tightness

  • Postural Re-education to improve posture, and body mechanics

  • Home Exercise Program to improve your strength and fitness

  • Other Services - Kinesio taping, Orthotics, & Fitness training.



AlterG Treadmill Treatment





























At United Rehab Physical Therapy in Ronkonkoma, we always strive to provide you with the most advanced treatments to accelerate your recovery & rehab. We are glad to announce the addition of AlterG - Antigravity Treadmill & Stride Smart Gait Analytics & Video Gait Analysis to our services.

AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill is revolutionizing rehab by allowing you to stand, walk, run and exercise with reducing impact, stress/strain on your body by utilizing patented NASA technology that allows unweighing up to 80 percent of your weight.


“Stride Smart” gait analytics provides amplified real time gait analysis data regarding weight bearing symmetry, step length symmetry, stance time symmetry, cadence(Steps per Minute) allowing feedback to you and your physical therapist for gait corrections and enhance normal reciprocal walking or running following your injury or surgery.

Video Gait Analysis allows the ability to record & playback clips of your walking or running in slow motion to identify,  analyze & correct abnormal gait/stride patterns in runners and athletes.


Live Life Pain Free!


If you have been suffering from bursitis, make an appointment with us today for our physical therapy in Ronkonkoma. We can help you “live life pain-free!”

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