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Wellness Training Packages for Peri and Menopausal Women

Lotus Physical Therapy for Women is now offering personalized wellness training packages for peri and menopausal women in both the Nyack and New Paltz, NY locations. The series will include separate sessions on training for bone and muscle health, posture, balance, cardiovascular fitness and pelvic floor (bladder, uterine, sexual and bowel) health and fitness. The […]
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Frozen Shoulder/Adhesive Capsulitis

Frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis is a painful condition of the shoulder. It is prevalent primarily in females between the ages of 40-60. One or both shoulders can become extremely painful with marked reduction in range of motion of the shoulder(s) due to thickening and adherence of the ligaments and capsule of the joint. the […]
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??? A Question I Frequently Get Asked ???

Working in the field of Women’s Health, patients frequently ask me how and why I became interested in doing the type of therapy that I do. Here is what I tell them… While in the physical therapy program at Hunter College in New York City, I became interested in orthopedics and very quickly realized that […]
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Lotus Physical Therapy for Women, PLLC is Opening a Second Location!!!!!!! New Paltz, New York

I am pleased to announce that Lotus Physical Therapy for Women, PLLC is about to open a second location in NEW PALTZ, NEW YORK!!! I will be providing the same services and can be reached via the same contact information. The address for the new location is 5 Academy Street, New Paltz, New York 12561. […]
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Rehabilitation After Hysterectomy

A recent statistical study reported that in the USA alone, approximately 600,000 hysterectomies are performed annually.  Hysterectomies are performed for various reasons such as cancer, endometriosis, excessive bleeding and tumors.  The procedures can be carried out abdominally through an open incision, trans-vaginally, laparoscopically and more recently, robotically guided.  The scope of the percentage of reproductive […]
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Exercise and Menopause

Avoiding a sedentary lifestyle through exercise can help reduce some of the negative effects associated with menopause.  The decrease in hormone production during this time, especially estrogen, can lead to a host of changes in the body.  Women often experience weight gain, loss of muscle mass and strength as well as a decrease in bone […]
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