Pomona – Access PTW

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In lieu of Mike Saunders’s retirement, he has proudly transferred his ownership to his long standing colleague, Dr. Tracy Urvater and the Access PT team.  Access PT is committed to continuing to provide Rockland County patients with the same value of rehab that Mike had provided. “Tracy Urvater and I have been colleagues for quite […]

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The Need for Exercise

Access Physical Therapy & Wellness: The Need for Exercise

If you knew that one simple thing could lower the risk of death by 30% would you do it? This one simple thing is called exercising! Did you know that not exercising at all could have worse health outcomes than obesity? As we all know, exercising has many benefits but what not everyone knows is […]

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Go Red For Women

Access Physical Therapy & Wellness: Go Red for Women

Did you know that heart disease is the number one cause of death for women? Luckily, there are ways to know if you are at risk, as well as how to decrease your risk from developing heart disease. Why you and your children should exercise on a daily basis: Research has shown that both children […]

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Fall Prevention

Access Physical Therapy & Wellness: How to Prevent Falls During the Winter Months

This icy, snowing, and sleeting days of winter bring upon some very serious dangers. The risk of falling can be very detrimental to many and extremely dangerous for the elderly. The chances of slipping and falling are more than doubled during these months. There are actions you can take to lessen your risk of injury […]

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February Heart Health

February is American Heart Month, Promoting Cardiovascular Health in All Americans

Stay heart healthy during the month of February. It is officially heart health awareness month. February is the month of love so why not take care of the source where it all comes from? Heart disease, otherwise known as cardiovascular disease, is the number one killer of men and women in the United States. Cardiovascular […]

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How Cardiovascular Exercise Helps Lower Your Blood Pressure

How Cardiovascular Exercise Helps Lower Your Blood Pressure

February is national heart disease awareness month. This is also a good time to look at your own heart health and what you can do to ameliorate preexisting conditions and prevent any other cardiac problems. It’s no secret that cardiovascular exercise is good for your heart. Your heart is a muscle just like any other, […]

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