Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tears: Surgery or Not To Surgery, That Is The Question

 

A new study published late last month in the New England Journal of Medicine discussed whether or not surgery was the best option for an Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tear. Most of the articles that I have read on this new study have made the recent results a bigger issue than it really is. For physical therapists and physicians, the option to avoid surgery has always been available to patients, depending on the individual’s goals and the physician’s recommendations. Continue reading “Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tears: Surgery or Not To Surgery, That Is The Question”

Using the AlterG to Conquer the NYC Marathon

This is a wonderful and inspiring story that we received from Amber Fatone, an avid runner who uses the AlterG at Finish Line PT in New York. Continue reading “Using the AlterG to Conquer the NYC Marathon”