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Inside and outside the clinic, we strive to EXCEL at everything we do.

EXCEL-ing Outside the Clinic: Tour de EXCEL

Excel Physical Therapy’s Glen Rock Clinic Director, Robert Egermayer, recently set forth to physically test himself in an unconventional way. Inspired by the legendary Tour de France bike race, Robert decided he would engage in his own cycling challenge – bike to all...

EXCEL-ing Outside the Clinic: Cosimo’s Cause

EXCEL Hackensack patients know Cosimo Carrieri as their physical therapist – the attentive, compassionate individual who provides treatment for their injuries and helps them on the road to recovery. Since his graduation from PT school at Rutgers and joining the Excel...

The Right “Ingredients” to a Golf Swing

“If they want you to cook the dinner, at least they ought to let you shop for some of the groceries.” - Bill Parcells When Bill Parcells said this, he was the coach of the New England Patriots. He was referring to how if the Patriots’ owner wanted him to be the coach...

EXCEL Injury Report: March Madness Basketball Injuries

March Madness is back!  While the best 68 collegiate basketball teams around the country ready themselves for a run at a National Championship, some players have inevitably been lost to injury throughout the course of an arduous season. In anticipation for tomorrow’s...

Winter Olympics Injury Blog: Skiing

In a follow up from last week’s Winter Olympics blog, we’re focusing on a different snow sport. You guessed it – skiing. In both the alpine races and freeskiing competitions, athletes are impressive with their high speeds and exciting tricks. And like last week, it...

Don’t Get Heartbroken: 5 Tips for Heart Health

This February, take some time to focus on your heart—and no, we’re not talking about today's Valentine's Day festivities. February is American Heart Month, which aims to raise awareness about heart health and urge those around you to prevent heart disease. Heart...

Tips to Starting an Exercise Routine

I personally believe New Year’s resolutions to get back into the gym are great. No one should ever be discouraged from getting healthier and breaking a sweat at the local gym. However, once you’ve set an exercise goal, being consistent is the most important factor. So, what’s the key to staying consistent when starting a new exercise routine? My biggest piece of advice is to create a plan.

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