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22May 2019

By: Michelle Miller, Clinical Nutritionist & Rachel Naar, Registered Dietitian Earlier this month we spoke about Vitamin D and Calcium and their importance in bone health. Here we list some more helpful tips to get you in the zone for bone health. After all, they support us (brain, heart, organs), we should support them! Got a bone to […]

14May 2019
Sports Massage in Brooklyn, NY.

By: Amy Montia, LMT As a Licensed Massage Therapist, I often often hear many of the same questions concerning Sports Massage. Among them are: Can Sports Massage Therapy help reduce injury risk? Can Sports Massage help catch discomfort before it becomes an injury?Can Sports Massage help improve physical AND mental performance?Can Sports Massage improve flexibility […]

09May 2019

By: Michelle Miller, Clinical Nutritionist & Rachel Naar, Registered Dietitian Healthy bones are important to our bodies because our bones support us and allow us to move. They protect our brain, heart, and other organs from injury. The body needs vitamin D, calcium, and a wide variety of other important vitamins and nutrients (including regular […]

29Apr 2019
How to Detect and Manage Histamine Intolerance | Clinical Nutrition at Physio Logic NYC in Brooklyn, NY | https://physiologicnyc.com/clinical-nutrition/

By: Rachel Naar, Registered Dietitian Flushing? Hives? Short of Breath? You may feel like it’s your run of the mill allergic reaction, but histamine intolerance can cause a wide variety of symptoms mimicking that of an allergic reaction, when it’s actually a food intolerance. Let’s first take a second to explain the differences, and then […]

23Apr 2019
PRP Treatment uses Platelet Rich Plasma found in your blood.

Pain Management Specialist & Anesthesiologist, Dr. Tanuj Palvia explains the benefits of PRP Treatment (Platelet Rich Plasma) on sports injuries and it’s ability to help eliminate joint pain. You have probably heard about therapies like PRP Treatment, or sometimes called PRP Therapy, being used to assist professional athletes like Tiger Woods and Hines Ward to […]

09Apr 2019
How to manage allergies.

By: Michelle Miller, Clinical Nutritionist & Rachel Naar, Registered Dietitian Allergies can put a damper in any spring day, but keeping them in check can be easy. We’re sure you’ve tried your plethora of antihistamines, and while they can be VERY necessary, we wanted to provide you additional natural home remedies and suggestions to keep […]

02Apr 2019
Physical Therapy for Rotator Cuff Injuries

By: Dr. Erin Weber, PT, DPT Rotator cuff injuries can create shoulder pain, weakness and difficulty with daily tasks and return to exercise. Injuries to the rotator cuff can span the wide spectrum from normal age-related wear and tear, to large full thickness tears. Research consistently supports physical therapy as a primary intervention, with surgical […]

19Mar 2019
5 Foods That Help You Sleep

Many studies in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine found that eating less fiber (from fruits, vegetables, 100% whole grains, and legumes) more saturated fat (from red meat, animal proteins, and cheese), and more added sugar (in processed foods) is associated with lighter, less restorative, and more disrupted sleep. Even a single day of greater […]

18Mar 2019
Be Your Present | Pilates

By: Lynda Salerno Gehrman A slightly skeptical dance student, I stepped into a Pilates studio for my first private lesson at the age of 15. Well, I was in awe, my body and my mind were in awe- like a kid in a carnival, and coming close to my current sense of walking into a […]