PelhamPhysicalMed_Relieving Stress Can Help Your Neck Pain

Neck pain, fortunately, can be alleviated with physical therapy. Because neck pain is often caused by activity, different activity can cure it. Sometimes, this “activity” means “no activity.” Before you contact a professional, try reducing your neck movements. Sometimes, simply letting your neck muscles relax is enough. If you don’t see relief within two weeks, contact a professional. Physical therapists can target your pain’s source by examining your symptoms. Then, they can offer exercises that stretch, flex and relax your neck muscles. In time, your neck will become more resilient — giving you the comfort you deserve. Where after-care HOW PHYSICAL THERAPY CAN HELP NECK PAIN

treatment is considered, custom-tailored neck exercises will assure your neck stays loose, limber and healthy. If you’re dealing with neck pain, you’re not alone. Call one of our clinics today, and schedule an assessment. Even if your neck pain is caused by stress, it still needs attention. We’ll work side by side with your goals, creating the proactive, effective programs you need to achieve mobility once more. Sources: stress stress.aspx pain-improves-with-self-care-time/ symptoms-causes/syc-20375581 Call us today at (718) 823-3900 or visit to learn more about how our services might benefit you. We will help you get moving and take a step toward a pain-free life.



Each and every staff member

is caring and extremely attentive to all of their patients. They create an atmosphere of well-being, from the lovely ladies at the front desk, each and every physicaltherapist,aswellas the administration working behindthescenes. Ifyouare in need of physical therapy, IwouldrecommendPelham Physical Medicine.” - L. N.

• 2 cup chicken broth • 1 can pumpkin purée • 1 1/2 tsp ground cumin • 3/4 tsp chili powder • 1/2 tsp cinnamon • 1 tsp cayenne pepper • 1 lb ground turkey • 1 large onion

• 2 cloves garlic • 2 cans green chiles • 2 cans white beans • sour cream • shredded cheese (cheddar for an extra sharpness) • sliced radishes • fresh cilantro leaves

Directions In a slow cooker, whisk broth, pumpkin, cumin, chili powder, cinnamon, and cayenne. Add turkey, mix to combine. Fold in onion, garlic, chiles, and beans, and cook, covered, until turkey is cooked through, 4-5 hours on high or 6-7 on slow. Serve with sour cream, cheddar cheese, radishes, and cilantro. Courtesy: recipe-wdy0115

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