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Golf Pre-Season Assessment (From Your Own Home!)

As the warmer weather begins to stick around, we all know what that means… it’s officially golf season! Want to spend the summer hitting longer and straighter instead of watching from the sidelines due to lower back pain? Check out part one of our three part golf pre-season self assessment series to ensure you’re prepared […]

Our Podcast Is Here!

We have some big news here at S2M! I’m very excited to share with you all our new podcast, Stay Healthy New Jersey, where I will be interviewing health and fitness experts in our area. This podcast is for anyone wanting to take advantage of the amazing health and fitness community that we have locally! Episode 001 […]

Jason Day Hurt His Back (not by golfing)…

It’s Master’s Sunday! For many of us, this is THE Sunday event of the year. These guys are truly some of the best athletes in the world…yet they screw themselves up the same way we do. Let me explain. Jason Day, one of the best golfers in the world has struggled with a back injury […]

This is Perfect for Sports Parents…. (Offer Inside)

I came across this article from Dr. James Andrews, the leading expert surgeon for sports injuries. In it, he speaks to just how he recommends keeping children healthy while playing sports. In short, here are his recommendations: 1) Avoid playing any one sport year-round. “Most important, Andrews said overworking a youth’s developing body by having him or her play […]


This post comes off the heels of a super busy day in our office yesterday where I saw the SAME thing TWICE in a row… Two young (college age), athletic types who seemingly NEVER can touch their toes. They have ‘tight’ hamstrings…or do they?? This is the real question and let me explain. I see […]

I’m Not an Athlete… Can You Help Me?

I often get this question from prospective patients who know Strive2Move as a ‘Sports Medicine’ practice. They are wondering if they are the right fit for our office since they do not really play a sport. It’s a great question and one that may surprise you. My stipulation with working with people actually has nothing […]


One of the tenants of my practice is treating athletic injuries. This was always a natural fit for me as I was an athlete growing up and love sports.   I absolutely love treating athletes because they are generally very motivated to get better especially when their pain has taken away what they value most: […]