Pulmonary Function Testing: How well are your lungs working?

July 22nd, 2016

A Pulmonary Function Test  or “Breathing Test,” measures your lung capacity or how well the lungs are working. Who is a candidate for a Pulmonary Function Test? By Dr. Harlan Weinberg, MD, Medical Director of the Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program and Critical Care Services at NWH at Chappaqua Crossing. People who are experiencing shortness of breath, coughing, […]

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Anti-Gravity Treadmill Makes Exercise Possible After Surgery

July 20th, 2016

What is an Alter G treadmill and what does it offer obesity surgery patients?  Dr. Mitchell Roslin, Medical Director of the Surgical Weight Loss Program explains. How do you define health? While many think of it as the absence of a labeled medical problem, or not requiring daily medications, health really means being active and able […]

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Workplace Ergonomics: Make Your Desk Work For You

June 29th, 2016

Battling Chronic Office Fatigue from Your Work Environment Monday through Friday, your shoulders are tight and your neck aches. By Sunday afternoon you start to feel a bit better, but the pain returns on your first day back to work. If that sounds familiar, your workplace ergonomics are probably out of whack. Easing your pains may […]

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