Minimizing Injuries

Proper training is Key to Minimizing Injuries

  Athletes understand that if they want to perform at their peak, they must remain physically and mentally healthy, this is also key to minimizing injuries. It is equally important to build both physical strength as well as mental confidence that the body is capable of performing at a certain level. Without that level of […]

Therapy at Gate River Run – Jacksonville, FL

Therapy at Gate River Run – SportsCare Institute, Inc., a leading network of physical therapy centers, recently sponsored the Gate River Run and Expo in Jacksonville. The largest 15K race in the U.S., the event gave runners — including some U.S. Olympians — an opportunity to compete over a challenging course. But, a few also […]

Source Note: Tiger Woods – Back Surgery

REPORTERS GUIDE TO BACK INJURIES WHO:  Tiger Woods will miss the Masters after undergoing back surgery WHAT:   If you were among the many fans who were shocked and disappointed on Tuesday when news of Tiger Woods’ back surgery popped up on ESPN SportsCenter, fear not. Your chances of watching his return to the course are […]

SportsCare Comeback Athlete of the Month – January 2014

SPORTSCARE COMEBACK ATHLETE OF THE MONTH — On a monthly basis, SportsCare Physical Therapy — the official therapy provider for the National Basketball Association’s Brooklyn Nets — acknowledges an extraordinary athlete who has recovered from injury and returned to their sport. For January 2014, SportsCare recognizes Madison, NJ’s Mackenzie Goodwin a junior volleyball player at […]

“Best Damn Race Ever”

POST-RACE RELIEF — Even the finest, fittest athletes encounter physical issues during training and competition … and that’s why physical therapy is so valuable. As an example, the “Best Damn Race Ever,” held recently in downtown Orlando, featured a large number of top-notch runners facing off in three events — a 5K, a 10K, and […]

In dealing with concussions, merging sophisticated therapies with rehabilitation is SportsCare Institute’s strategy

EAST HANOVER, NJ (March 10, 2014) – Thanks to a heavy dose of attention from the media and leading professional sports leagues, concussions are now a hot topic for athletes and those who care about them.   Fortunately, SportsCare Institute has recognized the need for a post-concussion rehabilitation program and implemented a six-step return-to-play protocol. Based […]

SportsCare Certifies 40 Team Members in Dynamic Taping

  We are pleased to announce that 40 of our team members have been certified in Dynamic Taping! Dynamic Tape is a specially designed, highly elastic tape and is completely different from rigid sports tapes and kinesiology tapes.  Its unique properties and four way stretch allow for a truly biomechanical approach to taping, something that […]

Kevin Ware’s Long Road to Recovery

Cardiovascular training. Strengthening. Alter G. These are just some of the many modes of therapy Kevin Ware will be facing over the next year. On March 31, 2013, after almost 30 years since Joe Theismann’s horrific injury, Kevin Ware, a 20-year old basketball player for the Louisville Cardinals sustained a similar injury. After landing awkwardly […]

Sports Medicine Team at NY Giants Snow Bowl

SportsCare Institute’s Sports Medicine Team of Physical Therapists and Athletic Trainers offered the highest quality of treatment and injury prevention services at the NY Giants Snow Bowl at MetLife Stadium. This official 6-on-6 flag football tournament with light-blocking is played over three days and our mobile treatment van, “SportsCare 1” was on site and ready […]

SportsCare and Marist High School

SportsCare Joins the Marist High School Team SportsCare has teamed up with the Royal Knights to provide athletic training services to the student athletes of Marist High School in Bayonne, NJ. Marist High School currently has no medical or support staff for their student athletes’ extra-curricular activities, and SportsCare hopes to provide them wtih the […]