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Joanne Duncan-Carnesciali

New York, NY 10019

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Plantar fascitis is a common foot problem caused by excessive pronation, with excessive pronation-what other conditions develop?

4 Answers | Asked by Chris Gellert, PT, MMusc &Sports Physio, MPT on Mar 03, 2012

Answered by Joanne Duncan-Carnesciali on Mar 04, 2012

From what I have been told by a physical therapist, Achilles tendonosis and Achilles tendonitis.

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What is the difference between assessing muscle length and flexibility? Is there a difference?

3 Answers | Asked by Chris Gellert, PT, MMusc &Sports Physio, MPT on Mar 03, 2012

Answered by Joanne Duncan-Carnesciali on Mar 04, 2012

Assessing muscle length is not part of assessments a fitness professional would perform, nor a clinical exercise physiologist. I am sure there are differences, however, assessing muscle length it is not a measure I use with my clients.

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Shoulder adhesive capsulitis..can be a real pain..What are some exercises to avoid with a client?

5 Answers | Asked by Chris Gellert, PT, MMusc &Sports Physio, MPT on Mar 03, 2012

Answered by Joanne Duncan-Carnesciali on Mar 04, 2012

From what I know of adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder) it takes between 12-18 months to improve and at times it can take longer. Generally a physical therapist treats the individual with frozen shoulder. Mobility is severely restricted. There is much the individual with the condition cannot ...

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What is the difference between spinal stenosis and intermittent claudication?

5 Answers | Asked by Chris Gellert, PT, MMusc &Sports Physio, MPT on Mar 03, 2012

Answered by Joanne Duncan-Carnesciali on Mar 04, 2012

Spinal stenosis can be both lateral and central and is best treated by a licensed health care professional. Intermittent claudication is classified as a peripheral vascular disease and in a fitness setting is generally treated under the supervision of a cardiologist and a clinical exercise physio...

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What three exercises are contraindicated with a client who had a standard RTC repair?

3 Answers | Asked by Chris Gellert, PT, MMusc &Sports Physio, MPT on Mar 03, 2012

Answered by Joanne Duncan-Carnesciali on Mar 04, 2012

Recognizing that I am not a physical therapist and our perspectives are very different, here are the three I would choose. 1. I would avoid any overhead activities 2. I would avoid working in the painful arc. (I am sure you know what that is). 3. I would not perform any empty cans. Best.

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Hi I'm 13 an I have upper trappisus pain, how can I make this pain go away?

5 Answers | Asked by Chris Cristea on Mar 03, 2012

Answered by Joanne Duncan-Carnesciali on Mar 04, 2012

Did you tell your parents?

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WEIGHTLIFTING BELTS

17 Answers | Asked by Michael Saiz on Mar 02, 2012

Answered by Joanne Duncan-Carnesciali on Mar 03, 2012

Hey Buddy! Great to finally see you hear!

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Group Fitness Instructor or Group Fitness Imposter?

19 Answers | Asked by Serena Pharr on Mar 02, 2012

Answered by Joanne Duncan-Carnesciali on Mar 02, 2012

I think this is a very tricky situation because we have personal trainers like Todd Durkin who teaches group fitness. He calls it boot camp. However, it would be really crazay to see Todd teach--let's say Zumba. This is definitely outside of the scope practice according to the credential the in...

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