The Millstone Times July 2020
♥ HEALTH & WELLNESS
Pink Salt and Pineapples Putting pink salt on pineapple slices will make the pineapple taste sweeter. The salt reduces the pineapples acidity, decreasing any sourness or tartness.
Ambient Rehabilitation provides outpatient physical therapy where a licensed physical therapist is with you from start to finish in your therapy sessions. We offer early, late, and weekend hours to meet your busy schedule. Get help with: Neck and Back Pain Ambient Rehabilitation provid s outpatient physical therapy where a licensed physical therapist is with you from start to finish in your therapy sessions. We offer early, late, and weekend hours to meet your busy schedule. Get help with: • Neck and Back Pain • Multiple Sclerosis • Chronic Headaches
• Post‐orthopedic surgery • Fibromyalgia • Rheumatoid Arthritis • Nerve Damage • Phase 2/3 Pulmonary Rehab
Mul�ple Sclerosis Chronic headaches Sports Injuries • Sports Injuries • Chronic Pain • Osteoarthritis
Post‐orthopedic surgery Fibromyalgia Rheumatoid Arthri�s Nerve Damage Phase 2/3 Pulmonary Rehab
• Knee, foot, and ankle pain • Carp l Tunnel Syndrome • Joint/Muscle/Tendon Injuries • Fracture and Dislocation
Knee, foot, and ankle pain Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Joint/muscle/tendon injuries Fracture and Disloca�on
Chronic Pain Osteoarthri�s
Receive a 15 minute free screening with one of our licensed physical therapists by calling 732‐982‐4801 or visi�ng us at ambientrehab.com Loca�ons in Hamilton, Manalapan, Monroe, and Princeton 2333 Whitehorse‐Mercerville Rd., Suite #8, Mercerville, NJ Locati ns i Hamilton, Manalapan, Monroe, & Princeton 2333 Whitehorse Mercerville Rd., Suite #8, Mercerville, NJ 660 Tennent Rd., Unit #107, Manalapan, NJ 369 Applegarth Rd., Suite #4, Monroe Twp., NJ 60 Mt. Lucas Rd., Suite #600, Princeton, NJ Receive a 15 minute FREE screening with one of our licensed physical therapists by calling 732-982-4801, or visting us at ambientrehab.com 660 Tennent Rd., Unit #107, Manalapan, NJ 369 Applegarth Rd., Suite #4, Monroe Twp., NJ 60 Mt. Lucas Rd., Suite #600, Princeton, NJ Q: What are COVID Toes?
A: As the world continues to struggle with the COVID-19 pandemic, new symptoms of the virus continue to be identified. One such symptom, purple or red lesions on the toes and hands, has been dubbed “COVID toes” and has gained attention over recent weeks. Rashes have been associated with the coronavirus more than other viral infections but not a sure and definite sign someone may have COVID.
Dr. Sanjay Gandhi, DPM
These rashes on toes are newer symptoms and have been emerging and show how people can react to infections in different ways. Some of these symptoms actually aren’t new in the realm of viral infections. It’s not uncommon for someone to have a viral infection and have a rash or blotchy area on their body. COVID toes are just another way that the body can respond to a viral infection. Should you notice a rash or COVID toes in addition to the common symptoms of the coronavirus, it’s best to contact your healthcare provider sooner than later.
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