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ACL Injuries In The News

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tears have been in the news recently. Most notably the Auburn basketball forward Chuma Okeke, who tore his ACL during his teams sweet 16 match-up against North Carolina. They went on to win the game 97 to 80 knocking UNC out of the...

Fall down 7 times, get up 8

By Richard Stoneking, PT Here is a snippet from Richard's monthly article on communitynews.org: Falls among older adults are prevalent, dangerous, and can diminish the ability to lead an active and independent life. I should know as I lost my mother in 2014 to a fall...

Spring Time- Get Out There!

For most of us, spring is the time to get out and dust off after being cooped up inside all winter. Here in New Jersey, we welcome the long sunny days and increasingly warmer weather with open arms. Spring is the time of year when we can get outside and be active....

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

In the physical therapy world Neuropathy is commonly associated with many diagnoses that we see. Neuropathy can be brought about by many things. There are over one hundred types of Neuropathy which many people don't know. HERE is a great article explaining what...

Doctors may recommend physical therapy to help manage MS symptoms

This week actor Selma Blair was in the news speaking about her fight with Multiple Sclerosis. Her interview aired on Good Morning America earlier this week and can be found HERE. The recent spotlight on Multiple Sclerosis gives us the opportunity to shed some more...

Reluctant Customers

Think back to the last time your water heater broke, or you had to replace a major appliance. I bet you were not thrilled to spend the money or be inconvenienced by the time it took away from your busy schedule. I am certain people seeking physical therapy services...

Stoneking Physical Therapy (Article From U.S. 1 Paper)

Keep a lookout for more physical therapy articles and ads published in local papers as well as online from Stoneking Physical Therapy and Wellness. View original article HERE. Since 1989 Stoneking Physical Therapy and Wellness has done its best to be a role models and...

Does a smart fitness device or app help you lose weight?

From medicalxpress.com The new year is here, and that means new year's resolutions are in full swing. For those trying to lose weight or become more active, a smart fitness device like an Apple Watch or a Fitbit may seem like an ideal purchase to track calories and...

Decline to Decline

The other day I was in the greeting card store to purchase a birthday card., and was struck by our society’s view of getting older. Practically every birthday after the 18th was a card with the same corny jokes about your failing memory and sagging body. At the time I...

Home Exercise Programs for PT

Your home exercise program has been developed to provide you with the best possible independent exercise program to achieve your goals or maintain improvements obtained during your treatment. It is important that you perform the exercises prescribed by your therapist...

Combating Childhood Obesity

"Genetics, eating, and exercise all play a role in a child’s weight—but how a community’s programs and policies address childhood obesity should be considered as well, a new study reports." Many people are use to seeing playgrounds, basketball courts, soccer fields,...