NEWS & ARTICLES

Vincera Rehab in New Jersey...Coming Soon!

This summer, Vincera Rehab will be expanding! Jim and the team are excited to announce Rehab’s new location coming soon to Medford, NJ!

With this expansion, Vincera Rehab is looking for motivated Physical Therapists to join their team, helping to build a patient/client base in New Jersey. This will be an orthopedic clinic in Medford, NJ powered by referrals from foot/ankle specialists and a range of orthopedic doctors in the area. Must be a licensed physical therapist int he state on NJ. If this sounds like a clinic you or someone you know would be interested in, please send your cover letter & resume to info@vincerarehab.com. We would love to hear from you! 

Superfood Recipe: Decadent Cocoa Energy Balls

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by Laura Ferro, Nourish & Nosh

Did you know raw cacao is packed with antioxidants, fiber, magnesium, and protein? It also helps prevent aging, protect your heart, and shed pounds by reducing and satisfying your appetite...to name a few 

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Mental Health and Division I Athletes

You have heard it all before - sports participation for youth is linked to improving self-esteem, social skills, and managing depression and anxiety. There has been much research out there to help prove such claims. But what about the pressures of highly competitive sport? In a recent study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, Vincera's sports medicine physician, Eugene Hong, MD and sports psychologist, Andrew Wolanin, PsyD, wanted to see just how the pressures of collegiate sports were affecting the mental health of collegiate athletes.  

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Fueling Up Before a Race

Laura Ferro, certified Natural Chef & Holistic Health Coach, Nourish & Nosh

Diet is a vital element to reach optimal performance. What we eat directly affects how we perform. In this article, I focus on what a long distance runner should eat to achieve maximum vitality and endurance.

I am sure you are familiar with the idea of loading up on carbohydrates before a race. This idea still stands true. However, it is very important for us to know the distinction between the different kinds of carbohydrates. Runners need to be particular about what type of carbohydrate they consume, because our body absorbs them very differently. Being able to distinguish between the correct carbs to eat is crucial knowledge, considering they are the most necessary macronutrient to provide energy. So the question is: how can we differentiate between the good and the bad?

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