Dynamic Rehab PT: Is Back Pain Slowing You Down?



Park, NJ and Secaucus, NJ. Through extensive education and training in anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics of the body, he is prepared to meet today’s health care challenges. He is experienced in the field of manual therapy and dry needling for pain managment. This means he places the utmost importance in utilizing a hands-on approach in all of his treatments. With this in mind, Dr. Anatoli will utilize a combination of soft tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial stretching, and joint mobilization/manipulation, in addition to modalities such as heat/cryotherapy, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, and iontophoresis, to treat your condition. Dr. Anatoli emphasizes patient education and provides an individualized therapeutic exercise program and his expert guidance to support you along your road to recovery. Dr. Anatoli also specializes in Dry Needling for pain management, sports medicine also use shockwave therapy as treatment option. Call Dr. Yoshovayev today to start your recovery journey with Dynamic Rehab Physical Therapy!

Dr. Anatoli Yoshovayev graduated Touro College in 2006 with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. He performed his clinical rotation in traumatic brain injury rehab, sports rehab, and leading orthopedic clinics. His first patients were treated by him at Saint Luke’s hospital and outpatient orthopedic clinics. Dr. Anatoli had the privilege to work with leading Chiropractor/ Manual Therapist Dr. Lev Kalika, and trained by Dr. Ma for Dry Needling. Presently, Dr. Yoshovayev uses his rehab facility to serve the community of Prospect




Back pain can hinder your day-to-day activities. Left untreated, it can even lead to long-term joint, spine and nerve damage. As one of the most common physical complaints, over 80 percent of the U.S. population will suffer from it at some point in their lifetime.The pain itself can hinder your ability to reach, lean, kneel, lift or bend. It can also hinder your time spent with friends and family. Direct pain aside, minor aches and cramps associated with a back pain problem can make you irritable—ruining your good time. What Causes Back Pain? A few things cause back pain. The American Physical Therapy Association covers each of these, but the following are leading causes: • Spinal and core muscle weaknesses • Bad posture • Spinal muscle and tissue damage • Improper lifting form • Limited hip, spine and thigh muscle flexibility • Bad abdominal, pelvic and back muscle coordination Unfortunately, a lot of people don’t seek treatment when back pain arises. Before they know it, they have a big problem. They might assume nothing— except for medication—can solve their back pain problem. Medication might mask the pain, but it won’t cure the problem’s root cause.  INSIDE : • How To Take Care Of Your Back • Shockwave Therapy

• Dry Needling • Patient Success Spotlight

Back Pain Solutions You’re in luck: Back pain can be cured! The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke covers a number of back pain remedies. These include the use of strength exercise, physical therapy and medication. Where medication is considered, anti-inflammatory drugs, analgesic medications and counter-irritants are the most popular. Before you can treat your back pain, however, you need to know why it started. Whether you’ve tweaked a muscle or have a deeper injury, a spine specialist can help. Back Pain Prevention A little prevention goes a long way. If you want to avoid future back pain, you can make sure you’re being good to your back. Lift Properly You pick things up constantly. Even if you’re lifting something light,makesureyou’re facing theobject.Squat,keepingyourspinestraight.Lift with your leg muscles, as this will reduce the pressure placed on your spine. Use Good Posture When you’re standing, imagine a string is attached to the top of your head—lifting you up. This will keep your hips, spine, shoulders and neck aligned. If you’re sitting, don’t slouch. Use Strength Training Your body has hundreds of muscles. These muscles protect and control your spine. By lifting weights, running and swimming, you can keep them strong. Train your core muscles. In doing so, you’ll easily control quick, lifting movements. It never hurts to visit a physical therapist, either. Get regular check-ups, and make sure your body is in good condition. If you have a history of back injuries, pain or minor aches, don’t hesitate to talk to a professional. You deserve a pain-free life, and your back will thank you.


How to Take Care of Your Back

1. Make Good Posture A Habit When you are standing, feel that the weight in your feet is going through your arches. Stack your knees over your ankles, your pelvis over your knees, and your shoulders over your pelvis. Let your head be in a relaxed position without your chin poking forward. Good posture doesn’t mean holding yourself up like you’re in the army. You should be comfortable, though it might still take time to get used to a new posture, even if it’s a better one. While sitting, make sure you’re using the backrest without your shoulders slouching or your head far forward and your feet are on the floor. 2. Lift Properly Picking things up is a normal part of our day. Even if you pick up something light, your back muscles have to lift the weight of your upper torso and control that movement. Make sure you always face what you need to pick up, squat keeping your spine straight and push with your leg muscles. This helps reduce the excessive pressure on your spine. 3. Stay Flexible Flexibility is key to maintaining a healthy back. By keeping your body flexible, the normal forces of movement and lifting can be distributed across the spine, rather than focused on a few segments, which can then fail. An easy stretching routine every day can keep you feeling great and put a spring in your step. 4. Stay Strong You have hundreds of muscles, which control the movement of your spine. Major muscles that support the spine are called your core and include your abdominal, pelvic, spinal and hip muscles. By keeping your core muscles strong, you support your spine and have the ability to easily control lifting, quick movements, bending and a lot more.

5. Physical Therapy Our physical therapists are experts in evaluating spine and body movement. Byhavinga regularcheckup,youcanmakesureyourbody is ingoodcondition to tackle the activities you love. If you have a history of back pain, injury or are currently experiencing aches and pains, we can analyze your problem and construct a treatment program that will work best for your individual problem. With soothing hands-on therapy and targeted exercises, we can help you return quickly to feeling your best. Even if you suffer from severe pain, we can help you get out of pain and living the life you deserve. Call us today to schedule an appointment.

Relieve Back Pain In Minutes Try this movement if you are experiencing back pain.

Patient Success Spotlight

SUPPORTED BRIDGE Lie on your back with knees bent and feet hip distance apart. Place your feet close enough so they can be touched by your fingertips. Inhale and lift the hips, place a block under the sacrum. Keep the chest open. Hold for 30 seconds and repeat 10 times. Strengthens Core www.simpleset.net

“I can now easily squat and sit crossed-legged with my son and not get up sore.” “The fact that I can bend forward and raise my back without feeling middle and lower back pain means a lot to me. But more important to me is that I can now easily squat and sit crossed-legged with my son and not get up sore. As soon as I noticed a difference from the therapy, I said to myself, “I am in heaven.” They all have great people skills and always make me feel welcomed. Thank you!” - Evlyn S.


Shockwave Therapy

Dry Needling

What Conditions Can Be Treated? Shockwave Therapy (SWT) or Radial Shockwave Therapy (rSWT) can be used to treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions, in particular, those involving areas where major connective tissue attaches to bone.

Dry needling is not acupuncture, a practice based on traditional Chinese medicine and performed by acupuncturists. Dry needling is a part of modern Western medicine principles and is supported by research. Dry Needling involves multiple advances of a filament needle into the muscle in the region

of a “Trigger Point.” The aim of Dry Needling is to achieve a local twitch response to release muscle tension and pain. Dry needling is an effective treatment for chronic pain of neuropathic origin with very few side effects. Based on the Trigger Point theory, Dry Needling targets the discrete, irritable points in skeletal muscle and fascia, which, upon compression, are painful and can refer tenderness or radiate pain. When tissue is injured, whether by acute trauma or repetitive use, the body responds with inflammation to that area. In an effort to further protect itself, the damaged tissue contracts, resulting in a decrease in oxygen and the ability to remove toxins from the inflamed area. Left untreated, restriction in mobility can occur as scar tissue builds up around the muscles and tissues. Dry Needling can not only eliminate neuromuscular pain but also restore mobility and functionality. The Dry Needling technique utilizes very thin, solid filament needles, which are inserted into the knotted muscle to elicit a twitch response, resulting in a relaxation of muscle contraction. In addition, the produced immune response to the insertion of the needle affects a systemic reduction in inflammation all over the body, not just locally. It is termed ‘dry’ as no material is injected into the tissue. Coupon Corner

Common sites that can be successfully treated are: •Plantar Fasciitis, heel spurs & Achilles tendonitis •Patellar tendonitis, jumper’s knee & shin pain •Tennis or golfer’s elbow •Rotator cuff tendonitis & calcification (Shoulder)

Discover How To Live Pain Free! At Dynamic Rehab PhysicalTherapy, you will receive hands-on therapy treatments by our friendly, caring health experts during focused and individualized sessions. Research is accumulating in the use of SWT & rSWT. Evidence supporting its use has been published in high quality medical journals. The strongest evidence is for shoulder calcific tendinitis and plantar fasciitis, but satisfactory results have been published for other common musculotendinous problems that have “failed to respond” to other conservative treatment. SWT is a non-surgical option with results that match surgical outcomes, and should be considered when other treatment options have failed. •Trochanteric bursitis (Hip) •Trigger points in muscles •Stress fractures/shin splints, non union’s (delayed bone healing) •Morton’s Neuroma (Nerve)




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