Entries by Elaine Buchberger

Winter Exercise During a Lockdown

As of this writing, summer has officially ended. Andrew Cuomo has started to lift restrictions and is allowing fitness facilities of all varieties to open with limited programming and capacity. […]

Surgery versus conservative care for arthritic knees

For patients with severely arthritic knees, the decision to have a total knee arthroplasty (TKA), or total knee replacement, is more straightforward than for patients with mild to moderate arthritis. […]

Rotator cuff tears in the Shoulder

The rotator cuff is synonymous with the shoulder. Talk to anyone that has had shoulder pain and they will know the term “rotator cuff”. Now they may call it something […]

Age appropriate exercise

Original Publication – June 2020 In this bizarre time where a large percentage of the population has been confined to their homes, trying to maintain activity level has required some […]

Activity during Quarantine

Original Publication – May 2020   If you are like me, the “shelter in place” that has been going on since March 20, 2020, in New York is either getting […]

Physical Therapy and COVID-19

Original Publication – April 2020 Like many of you, our team at Active Physical Therapy Solutions PC here in Auburn, NY, continues to closely monitor the ever-changing landscape during the COVID-19 outbreak […]

Plantar Fascitis Update

Original Publication – March 2020 Plantar fascitis is considered the most common cause of heel pain. The plantar fascia is a thick band of tissue that connects the heel to […]

Arthritis and what can I do about it?

Original publication – January 2020 It seems that more and more, patients are walking in the door diagnosed with arthritis as the cause of their pain. While many of these […]

Total Knee Replacements

By: Dale J. Buchberger, PT, DC, CSCS, DACBSP The total knee replacement is becoming as routine as arthroscopic knee surgery. Patients suffering from arthritic knees are improving their quality of […]