Physical Therapy News Letter November 7, 2016

YOGA CLASS:  Susan Rele, PT, DPT, Cert. MDT and Yoga Instructor Kristine Hunsinger collaborated to design a Yoga class customized for those recovering from back or neck pain. The class is every Tuesday from 12-1 p.m. in our office at 200 Central Ave, Mountainside. The cost is $15 per class or $100 for the remaining sessions. The ten-week program will continue from November 18 to December 20. Please call (908) 389-9100 with any questions or to register in advance. Walk-ins welcome!

AmeriCare Physical Therapists Now SFMA Certified

Congratulations to Susan Rele, PT, DPT, Cert. MDT and Monica Saenz, PT, DPT for completing their SFMA Certification! Find out what’s stopping your body from maximizing its functional movement. This can enhance your body’s movement in sports including Football, Baseball, Swimming, etc. and normal day-to-day activities. SFMA focuses on determining the cause of the symptoms and creating a plan to improve pain-free functional movement. Adults and children of all ages can benefit from SFMA. Call us at 908-389-9100 or stop by one of our two locations in Mountainside and Garwood to speak with one of our SFMA certified Physical Therapists!

AmeriCare Physical Therapy Will Hold Two Free Discussions Providing Tips On How Diet And Exercise Can Benefit People With Diabetes

AmeriCare Physical Therapy will hold two free discussions for members of the community who have Diabetes or suffer from Metabolic Syndrome. The first discussion will take place at the Garwood Library on Wednesday, November 9, at 7 p.m. The second discussion will take place at the Cranford Library on Friday, November 18, at 3 p.m.

Dr. Monica Saenz, PT, DPT from AmeriCare and Medical Nutritionist Nancy Lessner, RD will partner to provide tips on how exercise and the right diet can benefit people with Diabetes. The discussion will aim to provide a healthy lifestyle for people with Diabetes and improve Diabetic management. Dr. Saenz and Nancy Lessner, RD will also provide information on how to lower risk factors for those suffering from Metabolic Syndrome.