Massage Therapy

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 […]

17Oct 2017
Active Release Technique for Running Injuries

Physio Logic’s Chiropactor, Dr. Mike Distler, demonstrates Active Release Technique (ART) on three different leg muscles, commonly injured by runners. Active Release Technique is used extensively by our chiropractors to treat injuries and conditions such as patellofemoral pain syndrome, iliotibial band friction syndrome, medial tibial stress syndrome (shin splints), achilles tendinitis, and plantar fasciitis.  Active Release […]

31Aug 2017
5 Exercises to Prevent Neck Pain | Physical Therapy Services at Physio Logic in Downtown Brooklyn

  Physical therapist, Dr. Klaus Dobra, PT, DPT, CSCS, discusses the structure of the cervical spine and suggests exercises you can use to avoid neck pain. In order to understand the importance of treating cervical pain, it is important to first understand the anatomy, etiology, and epidemiology of the condition. ‘[Cervical] pain is the fourth […]

01Jun 2017
Active Release Technique for Knee Pain at Physio Logic in Downtown Brooklyn

Licensed Massage Therapist, Amy Montia reveals the different massage therapy methods used to release tension around the knee and explain how acute or insidious injuries are treated.  Knee pain is frustrating, especially when it starts to compromise form and hinder you from performing at your best. If you have a sports related knee injury, I […]

07Feb 2017
idiopathic scoliosis

What is scoliosis? Mention the word Scoliosis and for most of us it summons up images of painfully distorted posture, rigid back braces, and the worse case scenario of surgical bracing with metal rods and hardware. Most of us probably remember being checked for Scoliosis as children during a school screening or during a regular […]