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6 Common Causes of Hand Pain

Your hand is an important tool you use in your everyday life. If you experience any unexplained and/or prolonged pain, it should be taken seriously. 

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Savor Your Skin This Season

Did you know that your skin is your body’s largest organ? Caring for your skin takes consistent effort and attention. In this week’s Wellness Wednesday, Margaret E. Kabacinski, NYS Lic. Aesthetician, CLT, Northport Wellness Center, offers her expert insight to help you achieve optimal health for...

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Dr. Scott Sherr Writes Guest Blog for Health & Fitness Site

Dr. Scott Sherr's blog was recently featured on BenGreenfieldFitness.com, a health and fitness website. Dr. Sherr's blog takes a deep dive into hyperbaric oxygen therapy's (HBOT) potential to accelerate and optimize healing, performance and recovery, the types of chambers available, the...

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Recent Posts

9 Interesting Facts About Physical Therapy

April 23, 2018

You’ve likely heard of physical therapy and its purpose—utilizing rehabilitative modalities to help patients heal from or prevent an injury, improve balance and posture, increase muscle strength and mobility, as well as decrease pain in their joints. There are several fascinating tidbits about...

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Why Get a Full-Body Thermography?

March 22, 2018

Did you know that computer regulation thermography is not limited to breast cancer-screening? This innovative technology can actually evaluate the entire body and check more organs for abnormalities via skin temperature measurements. So why wouldn't you want to take advantage of a full-body...

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Alternative Treatment for Depression 

March 15, 2018

Depression is a serious mental health disorder that significantly affects people’s moods, sometimes making it difficult to find motivation to perform simple daily tasks, such as getting out of bed or brushing their teeth. Anyone can be affected—men, women, adults, or teens.

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