History & Physical Examination

In addition to imaging, it is important to consider both history and physical examination when diagnosing core muscle injuries. Histories should be conducted with careful attention to three sets of diagnoses: core muscle injuries; hip; and “other causes.” Because core muscle injuries result primarily from muscular disruption, the pain is often initiated by forceful activities such as sprinting and changes of direction. The pain may also affect normal activities such as coughing, sneezing or rolling over in bed at night. The pain may vary from side to side, depending on patterns of compensation, and involve multiple sites of soft tissue attachments such as the rectus abdominis and specific adductor muscles. The inflammatory response associated with the osteitis pubis that sometimes accompanies core muscle injuries may cause tenderness and pain particularly after cessation of activities.   

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How to Hydrate with Food

by Laura Ferro, Holistoc Health Coach & Private Chef

All we hear during the summer months is “Stay hydrated!” So we automatically assume to grab a glass or a bottle of water and start chugging. Well we don’t just have to drink to stay hydrated, we can eat too (yes!) No more feeling water bloated (and having to run to the bathroom all the time) this summer to just stay hydrated! Let’s look into the top 5 hydration foods to add to our everyday meals.

Cucumbers Cucumber_and_cross_section

This summer veggie has a 96.7% water content. Add cucumbers to a salad, puree it with a non-fat yogurt with some herbs and make a cucumber soon, or just dunk them in your favorite hummus. Simply adding cucumbers to a meal will help you keep hydrated.

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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 We would love to hear from you! 

Superfood Recipe: Decadent Cocoa Energy Balls


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 name a few 

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