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Miscellaneous Information

Miscellaneous Information:

Education: New York Medical College

Years in practice: 11

Lauren is a graduate of the Physical Therapy program at New York Medical College. She earned her Master's degree in 2002. Lauren has been a staff physical therapist at TheraMAX since 2008 and has 9 years of experience with a focus on orthopedic, geriatric and neurological rehabilitation.

She has worked in an outpatient orthopedic environment since 2004 and specializes in gait disorders due to either orthopedic or neurological origin. She has an interest in developing individualized rehabilitation and post rehabilitation exercise protocols for the active senior patient.

Other areas of experience include pediatric physical therapy and home care. As a dancer herself, Lauren enjoys working with dancers and other athletic oriented patients who have been restricted by musculoskeletal conditions

Tips from the Experts

Tips from the Experts

Tips For Injury Prevention While Snow Shoveling

It happens every winter in the Northeast, snowfalls, usually leaving heavy piles of snow and ice to clear from sidewalks and driveways. The extremely cold and fluffy start to 2009 has confirmed weather expert predictions of a colder than normal winter with heavier snowfalls. Physical Therapists and medical experts alike are concerned about reducing the number of injuries that may occur from shoveling snow.

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