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At Denville Medical, your licensed physical therapist's goal is to maximize your body's structure and increase its overall function for long-term health. To accomplish this, our physical therapists combine traditional and innovative techniques focused on increasing muscle strength and improving the body's range of motion. Our goal is to discover the root cause of your pain or mobility problems. That way, we can address the true reason why you need physical therapy, and work towards achieving long-lasting relief.
Of course, we understand that every patient is different. Your doctor can provide expert care in an encouraging environment by creating a customized treatment plan for you using modern, evidence-based research.
Some common reasons why patients need physical therapy at Denville Medical include:
Sports Injuries Whether you are on the varsity team of your high school football team or a professional athlete, sports injuries are serious business. Our doctors and physical therapists will develop a plan to help you heal properly, so you can get back in the game sooner rather than later.
Pre and Post Operation With decades of combined experience, our physical therapy experts know that there is a time for gentle healing and a time for aggressive physical rehab. Whether you are scheduled for surgery or have recently been released from the hospital, our therapists are here to help you recover, one step at a time.
Neurological Issues At Denville Medical, we treat much more than sports-based injuries. Whether you're suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's, or a vestibular problem, our therapists are trained and certified to help you regain your body's optimal functionality.
Life has a habit of throwing us curveballs. Sure, some surprises only hurt your bank account, like expenses around the home. But more serious incidents, like car wrecks, can inflict physical injuries causing long-term pain. Injury-related problems like neck and back pain affect many Americans daily. Even worse, many hardworking people turn to addictive pain medication and invasive surgeries for relief, only to find themselves deeper in a hole.
If you're in chronic pain or suffer from range of motion problems, you should know that options are available for safer, more effective pain relief. One of the most commonly used solutions is physical therapy. The main goal of physical therapy is to maximize your body's mobility and increase overall function. In order to accomplish this, physical therapy techniques focus on improving range of motion and building muscle strength.
Physical therapy helps people of all ages with illnesses, medical conditions, or injuries that limit their mobility and body functionality. At Denville Medical and Sports Rehabilitation Center, our doctors and physical therapists create customized physical therapy programs to help patients reclaim their lives.
When combined with diet and exercise, many patients are able to enjoy activities that they only thought possible with youth.
Some of the most common techniques that physical therapists use to help patients include:
From improper ergonomics at your office desk to injuries sustained in car wrecks, neck pain is a widespread problem. Taking the proper preventative steps to deal with pain provides relief and can prevent the need for surgery or medication.
Generally, there are two kinds of neck pain: chronic and acute. Acute pain shouldn't last for more than six weeks, while chronic pain can last months or even years. Physical therapy is one of the most recommended treatments for neck pain. Treatments often involve reducing neck exercise, strength training, and stretching. If you're suffering from acute or chronic neck pain, it's important to have tests done by a physical therapist to determine the extent of your injury.
Neck pain is caused by a wide range of problems, like:
After identifying the underlying cause of your condition, your physical therapist will develop a comprehensive treatment to address your pain and provide long-term relief.
Back pain is one of the leading causes of disability in America. Back pain can start innocuously as a small muscle ache but can quickly become a more serious problem that disrupts daily life. Like neck pain, the best way to address the issue is to understand the root cause so that surgery is avoided.
Also like neck pain, back pain is either chronic (longer than six weeks) or acute (less than six weeks). Back pain can be caused by a number of events, like lifting a heavy item or simply sitting wrong for too long. To determine the extent of your injuries, you will need one or more diagnostic tests, like X-rays or MRI scans. Once the root cause of your condition is revealed, your physical therapist will work with Denville Medical doctors to create a treatment plan tailored to your body.
Common conditions linked to back pain include:
Experiencing a herniated disc is something most people dread, but many have to endure. Luckily, PT plays a significant role in herniated disc recovery. Physical therapy not only provides immediate pain relief, it teaches patients how to condition their bodies to avoid worse injuries.
At Denville Medical, our physical therapists and doctors have years of experience helping patients rehabilitate from herniated discs. Patients benefit from several time-tested techniques to relieve pain.
After diagnostic testing, active and passive treatments can include:
Do your hips feel uneven or misaligned? Do you suffer from hip stiffness or pain when the weather changes? Are you having trouble getting around the house like you used to? Your hips bear most of your weight, so it's no surprise that hip pain is very common among Americans.
Fortunately, physical therapy has been proven to provide relief for people dealing with acute or chronic hip pain. As with other forms of pain, you will need diagnostic testing to determine the extent of your hip problems.
Some common causes of hip pain include:
Once your hip issues are properly diagnosed, it's time to find relief. Denville Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center offers several custom solutions, including acupuncture, chiropractic care, and personalized physical therapy.
Like hip pain, knee pain is a common condition in the U.S. and affects millions of people every year. Pain in the knee is caused by many things, including strains, injuries, age, and repetitive trauma. Sometimes, there's no apparent reason for knee pain. When it occurs, you may experience limited knee functionality, like difficulty standing, walking, sitting, and walking up and down stairs.
There are many conditions associated with knee pain, including:
If you notice symptoms like clicking or popping sounds, locking, inflammation, or sharp pains in your knee, physical therapy might be your best bet for relief.
Sometimes, surgery is the only option a patient can choose to alleviate pain from injuries and accidents. When this is the case, physical therapy plays a vital role before and after surgery.
To help you get a better sense of the scope of our physical therapy treatments, we're listing some of the most frequently asked questions that we receive at Denville Medical:
Answer : While some physical therapists rely on outdated techniques to treat patients, our team uses a combination of tried-and-true methods and modern strategies, including:
Answer : During your first visit with our physical therapist, we will complete a series of tests and screenings to establish a baseline for your care. You can expect to complete stability screenings, strength tests, and computerized range of motion tests. These tests ensure your doctor understands how your muscles are functioning. Once complete, your therapist will create a custom treatment plan for your physical therapy, so we can move forward with your care. During your time at Denville Medical, you should expect adjustments to your treatment plan as you make progress.
Answer : We get this question a lot, and we can certainly understand why. Unfortunately, we cannot provide you with an exact answer because every patient has different needs relating to their injuries and issues. Your level of stability and functionality depends on your condition, your goals, and your motivation to heal. For acute pain, patients typically experience relief in 2-3 weeks. Patients with forms of chronic pain usually feel optimal results after their first full course of therapy (4-6 weeks). Since our goal is to achieve maximum medical improvement, our doctors continuously monitor your progress and adjust treatment accordingly.
Whether you're dealing with chronic knee pain or acute back pain, relief is in sight. Rather than dangerous medicines and invasive surgeries, we specialize in non-surgical treatments like physical therapy. Our team of physical therapists, chiropractors, acupuncturists, and primary care doctors have years of experience and work hand-in-hand to give you real pain relief.
If you're sick and tired of living life full of physical pain, now is the time to act. Don't let your body deteriorate â find your new lease on life at Denville Medical and Sports Rehabilitation Center.973-627-7888
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BOONTON − What could be the first retail shop for recreational marijuana in Morris County is one step closer to opening, and it could open closer to downtown than anyone expected.The town council has scheduled a vote for next Monday on whether to amend the existing ordinance that established the commercial zone for retail cannabis sales off north Mrytle Avenue on the north end of town. Should it pass, that zone would be revised to include a portion of Division Street sitting a few hundred feet from lower Main Stre...
BOONTON − What could be the first retail shop for recreational marijuana in Morris County is one step closer to opening, and it could open closer to downtown than anyone expected.
The town council has scheduled a vote for next Monday on whether to amend the existing ordinance that established the commercial zone for retail cannabis sales off north Mrytle Avenue on the north end of town. Should it pass, that zone would be revised to include a portion of Division Street sitting a few hundred feet from lower Main Street.
The council is considering the action in response to requests from a business holding a preliminary retail cannabis license from the state that has its eye on a specific Division Street property with its own parking lot and a one-story building, formerly occupied by Boonton Electric.
The council voted, 7-1, last year to permit wholesale and retail cannabis sales, and again voted 7-1 "to go forward to look into" a request by Boone Town Provisions at its July 5 meeting. That vote followed a presentation from Boone Town chief legal advisor Justin Singer detailing the company's proposal to open a retail cannabis shop there.
Singer said the company spent six months scouting out potential dispensary locations in the established commercial zone, but could find only two possible properties. One was eventually deemed too small and the other too expensive.
"It's a tight zone," Singer said.
The Boonton Electric property, he said, has been vacant for years and his company is proposing a "significant investment" into making it a "beautiful, state-of-the-art dispensary."
Singer's PowerPoint presentation outlined his 10 years of experience in cannabis sales and involvement in operating more than 20 dispensaries in eight states and Washington, D.C. He also noted Boone Town Provision is "100%" owned by New Jersey residents including his sister-in-law, company founder-president Jamie Singer of Montville.
His presentation also addressed concerns in the area of security, parking and traffic on the narrow road with a mix of commercial and residential properties. He estimated about 200 customer transactions per day and annual sales of $10 million, with 20-26 jobs created.
The council heard some pushback on the proposal from residents during the public session of its Dec. 5 meeting. Some were still opposed to a retail cannabis shop in town. Others worried about loitering and traffic.
"[Retail disensary] TerrAscend on Route 17 in Rochelle Park has a line down Route 17 from 8 a.m. to almost 9 p.m.," Robert Salvo said. "It's not really about cannabis. It's about whether our streets can handle that. You're OK-ing a steady stream of traffic that will not stop."
Mayor Richard Corcoran clarified a maximum of two licenses would be considered for Division Street. The company will still need to formally acquire its retail license and resolution of support from the state and obtain approvals from the zoning board.
New Jersey voters approved legal recreational cannabis use by referendum in 2020, with 67 percent voting in favor. Seventy-one percent of Boonton voters approved the measure, Corcoran said.
Seven towns in Morris County - Boonton, Butler, Dover, Morristown, Rockaway, Rockaway Township and Victory Gardens - have approved retail cannabis sales, but none have yet to see a dispensary approved and opened. Elsewhere around the state, 20 cannabis dispensaries have opened since retail recreational sales began in New Jersey in April.
Amanda Tuohy recorded a near-triple double with 12 points, 10 rebounds, and nine assists to lead fifth-seeded Boonton to a 42-33 upset victory over top-seeded Cresskill in the NJSIAA North 1, Group 1 semifinals in Cresskill.Boonton (22-5) opened things up with an 11-4 run in the first quarter en route to an eight-point halftime lead. Its lead would grow to 13 points by the end of the third quarter.Joslyn Lewin and Erin Fahy finished with 13 points apiece for Cresskill (23-8).Arianna Jackson-Wach was stellar on the defens...
Amanda Tuohy recorded a near-triple double with 12 points, 10 rebounds, and nine assists to lead fifth-seeded Boonton to a 42-33 upset victory over top-seeded Cresskill in the NJSIAA North 1, Group 1 semifinals in Cresskill.
Boonton (22-5) opened things up with an 11-4 run in the first quarter en route to an eight-point halftime lead. Its lead would grow to 13 points by the end of the third quarter.
Joslyn Lewin and Erin Fahy finished with 13 points apiece for Cresskill (23-8).
Arianna Jackson-Wach was stellar on the defensive end for Boonton, finishing with a team-high five steals along with scoring six points.
Boonton will face third-seeded Park Ridge in the sectional final on Tuesday.
Park Ridge 51, Passaic Charter 37
Allie Shenloogian led the way with 28 points to carry third-seeded Park Ridge to a 51-37 victory over second-seeded Passaic Charter in the NJSIAA North 1, Group 1 semifinals in Passaic.
Annika Kivisikk was dominant on the boards, collecting 13 rebounds for Park Ridge (17-13), who erased a three-point deficit in the second quarter with a 22-14 run to go up by five points at halftime.
Park Ridge took control of the game with a 13-6 run in the third quarter to secure a 42-30 lead at the end of the period.
Park Ridge will face fifth-seeded Passaic Charter in the sectional final.
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PARSIPPANY — Representative Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) secured funding for fourteen Community Projects she submitted on behalf of NJ-11 in the House Appropriations Committee Fiscal Year 2023 bill, signed into law in December.Community Projects are submitted by state or local governments, government-adjacent organizations, and nonprofits. Ranging from townships, counties, hospitals, and community service organizations, each of these fourteen projects will improve the lives of residents throughout NJ-11....
PARSIPPANY — Representative Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) secured funding for fourteen Community Projects she submitted on behalf of NJ-11 in the House Appropriations Committee Fiscal Year 2023 bill, signed into law in December.
Community Projects are submitted by state or local governments, government-adjacent organizations, and nonprofits. Ranging from townships, counties, hospitals, and community service organizations, each of these fourteen projects will improve the lives of residents throughout NJ-11.
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Sherrill obtained a $600,000 grant to enhance and safeguard the water quality of Boonton Reservoir while creating recreational access with a 7.7-mile hiking trail.
“The Morris County Park Commission is part of a recreation initiative supported by Federal, State, County, and municipal governments and spearheaded by the project leader, the Open Space Institute, that will provide an increased recreational opportunity to New Jersey residents and visitors. Supporting federal funding for this project furthers Congresswoman Sherrill’s commitment to parks, recreation, and protection of our natural resources,” said David Helmer, Executive Director of Morris County Park Commission.
Mayor James Barberio said, “This project has been in the works for some time, and it is very near and dear to my heart,” the Mayor stated. “The opening of this recreation area will be enjoyed by many of our residents and those of other towns for years to come. I appreciate the dedication of all those who worked to see this come to fruition.”
“The Town of Boonton is proud to have partnered with Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill, OSI, and the Morris County Park Commission on the Boonton Reservoir Protection and Trail Project. This new outdoor recreation space will be a potential windfall for the town, making Boonton a destination for outdoor enthusiasts. We are grateful for the Congresswoman’s commitment to protecting our natural resources and her dedication to keeping Morris County an incredible place to work, play, and live,” said Town of Boonton Mayor Rich Corcoran.
“OSI is proud of our leading role in structuring the long-desired agreement between Jersey City and Morris County and creating the property management plan and formal design for the Boonton Reservoir Protection and Trail Project. We applaud Representative Mikie Sherrill’s recent actions to secure funding toward the completion of the project and appreciate the Morris County Park Commission’s ongoing commitment to realizing the promise of this new outdoor recreational space for area residents and visitors,” said Kim Elliman, president, and CEO of the Open Space Institute.“Once completed, this ambitious but attainable project will provide safe and managed trail access to the site while securing the clean drinking water source for almost 320,000 people.”
Other Community Projects are submitted by state or local governments, government-adjacent organizations, and nonprofits. Ranging from townships, counties, hospitals, and community service organizations, each of these fourteen projects will improve the lives of residents throughout NJ-11. The 13 other projects include: