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Take a step toward healthy, happy feet, with help from Finesse Footcare

With the weather sidelining many runners and athletes, the dead of winter is the perfect time to address the health and wellness of your underappreciated feet. Specializing in an umbrella of services to treat chronic pain and alignment issues of the foot and ankle, Finesse Footcare in Lyndhurst can have you back on the road, track or course by...

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MyoFit Clinics are helping patients eliminate pain without drugs, surgery or expensive x-rays and MRIs

In economics, “cutting out the middleman” means customers buy directly from the manufacturer, without paying more money and spending more time dealing with a supply chain of wholesalers and retailers. The same theory applies to receiving care for musculoskeletal injuries or conditions, says Dr. Adam Cramer, PT, DPT, founder of MyoFit...

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An alternative to diuretics

Now that 2020 is behind us, it’s time to focus on improving our health in 2021. Last year’s inactivity had a major impact on our health. Over the past few months, our practice has seen a sharp increase in everything from leg pain and swelling to venous ulcers. Being stuck at home meant that we were less active. Our step count decreased. We...

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By offering the latest medical advancements in a spa-like environment, Dr. Danielle Shaper, of Finesse Footcare, is dramatically improving the health of her patients’ feet

Finesse Footcare is marking the New Year by opening spacious new office that better reflect the patient experience of high-tech treatments delivered in a pampering, luxurious environment. “I’m thrilled to move in this week,” says owner Dr. Danielle Shaper. “We worked hard on creating a space to match how we wanted our patients to feel...

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Special resting place for fallen heroes

Over 20 years ago, the Knollwood Cemetery board of trustees set aside a small section of land to provide a special resting place for veterans. A flagpole was erected and two small granite columbariums were constructed. Sales were slow, and the idea waned for a military place of honor. However, when 9/11 happened, the concept of this...

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