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Tracy Sherman

Graduated from Russell Sage College/Sage Graduate School with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 2000. She has over 12 years of experience in outpatient Orthopedic care, specializing in manual therapies and exercise program development. Tracy served as clinical director of a rehabilitaion facility in New Jersey prior to relocating back north. While in New Jersey she had the pleasure of working with physicians/surgeons from Hackensack University Medical Center, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, Hospital for Special Surgery, and The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, NJ. She also commenced a community education series, discussing topics including Osteoporosis, Exercise and Diabetes, Shoulder Injuries, stretching for Athletes and Sittercise for Seniors.

Tracy is thrilled to be back in upstate New York and to have joined the staff at LaMarco Physical Therapy, PC. Tracy lives locally with her husband and two children, and stays active with golf, running and yoga.

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  • For the Young at Heart

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  • Women

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  • Vertigo

    Abstract—The authors compared the efficacy of a self-applied modified Semont maneuver (MSM) with self-treatment with a modified Epley procedure (MEP) in 70 patients with posterior canal benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. The response rate after 1 week, defined as absence of positional vertigo and torsional/upbeating nystagmus on positional testing, was 95% in the MEP group (n = 37) vs 58% in the MSM group (n = 33; p = 0.001). Treatment failure was related to incorrect performance of the maneuver in the MSM group, whereas treatment-related side effects did not differ significantly between the groups. NEUROLOGY 2004;63:150–152

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  • Taking Care of Your Shoulder

    The shoulder joint is capable of a wider and more varied range of motion than any other joint in the human body. This extraordinary flexibility has allowed human beings to do everything from pitch a baseball to paint the Sistine Chapel.

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