Dr. Karena Wu was asked to debunk fitness myths as the weather finally warms up. Physical therapy always includes guidance to the patient on their gradual return to their recreational activities. The best advice, just get your workout in! This article features her comments on slides 4, 7, 11, 13 and 15. To see the full article, click here.
Seniors are staying active and participating in more and more activities. As spring and summer finally comes around, it is time to get outdoors or get your body moving. ActiveCare Physical Therapy emphasizes functional training and proprioception in their rehabilitation. Increased proprioception can help with balance and movement, especially as we age. To read her contribution, click here.
The APTA reports on PT’s in the country making the news. NYC’s Best Physical Therapist Dr. Karena Wu discusses some of the hazards that can occur during a marathon. Her comments were used in an AccuWeather story regarding the physical challenges of weather during a marathon run. The American Physical Therapy Association highlighted her story in their latest edition of physical therapists contributing their knowledge to the public. To see the story, click here.
Running is a common warm weather sport. ActiveCare Physical Therapy preps marathoners who are running in local and global marathon events. Knowing the hazards can make this sport safe and fun, especially if you are running one at home or in another country. Marathon running is a repetitive exercise for a long, long period of time which can cause undue stresses on the body if not done correctly. Dr. Karena Wu discusses some of the hazards that you might encounter during any race, let alone a marathon. To see her comments, click here.
Dr. Karena Wu has over 18 years of clinical physical therapy experience. That also means that she, herself has experienced the aging process as she has progressed through her career path. After 30, the body loses one pound of muscle mass every year. Everyone needs to maintain lean muscle mass for maintenance of joint health, metabolism, balance and daily and recreational activity participation. Dr. Wu comments on this process in this story. To read the story, click here.
The 2018 NYC Walk to Cure Arthritis is right around the corner. Dr. Karena Wu has been working with the NYC Arthritis Foundation since 2012 and on Sunday, May 19th, Team ActiveCare will participate again in the NYC walk. She was diagnosed when she was 35 years of age and it is one of the most common conditions she treats in her practice at ActiveCare Physical Therapy. Team ActiveCare PT is sponsoring a booth to educate the participants of how to manage this condition. Exercise is important in people with arthritis but the right exercise and the right amount is even more important. To read the story, click here.
ActiveCare Physical Therapy in NYC and Mumbai is all about quality. In fact, we are so concerned with it that we are known as the Best PT in NYC. The physical therapists at ActiveCare put their best effort into their professionalism, their continuing education, their skill set and their bedside manner. Dr. Karena Wu has over 18 years of experience and multiple certifications under her belt. She works continuously on training her associates to deliver the best quality physical therapy as consistently as possible. The reviews demonstrate the therapists ability and the expectation of any patient in our offices. To read the story, click here.
Living in New York City means we schlep a lot of things around. Sometimes we don’t even realize how much we are carrying around. There can be a lot of external causes of a headache and Dr. Karena Wu is quoted on one that affects your posture. Any extra load is transmitted down the spine and muscular imbalances create undue stress on certain structures. Eventually, they have a breaking point and this can be the cause of your headache. To read her quote, click here.