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Mr. Gregory Marcolin, P.T

Physiatrist (Physical Medicine)

Gregory Marcolin is a physical therapist practicing in Brooklyn, New York. Gregory Marcolin specializes in physical treatment to help a patient reduce pain, restore mobility, rehabilitate an injury, or increase movement and overall function. As a physical therapist, Gregory Marcolin can treat multiple conditions with exercises, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, joint mobilization, heat, ice, massage, laser or light therapy and more. Gregory Marcolin will create a treatment plan based on the patients specific injury or condition, and might target a specific body part or body system based on the individual.
Mr. Gregory Marcolin, P.T
  • Brooklyn, New York
  • Accepting new patients

Are topical sprays good for sprains?

They can help assist with minor to moderate Grade 1 or 2 sprains in the early stages yes, however the more intense sprains such as a Grade 3 may require heavier medication or possibly READ MORE
They can help assist with minor to moderate Grade 1 or 2 sprains in the early stages yes, however the more intense sprains such as a Grade 3 may require heavier medication or possibly surgical intervention depending on the type. Hopefully this helps however you may want to talk to your PCP, ortho, or pain management MDs for further assistance.

What can I do for my chronic pain?

Chronic pain is difficult to manage for many people, as it becomes almost ingrained into your conciousness of reality and everday life. Also fear avoidance as a secondary symptom READ MORE
Chronic pain is difficult to manage for many people, as it becomes almost ingrained into your conciousness of reality and everday life. Also fear avoidance as a secondary symptom may take hold and change your willingness to perform activities that you may normally perform had you not experienced these symptoms.

There are a multitude of studies that have shown that a combination of Pain Management with Physical Therapeutic interventions can assist with pain modification and truly address both your current pain and also the root causative factors of what started your pain initially. Talk to a PCP and PT and get evaluated so that you can start the process of helping yourself out of your current situation.

Can physical therapy help my mom?

Hello there, To answer your question, either discipline can work with post surgical forearm, wrist hand rehabilitation, however, in my experience, occupational can focus on READ MORE
Hello there,

To answer your question, either discipline can work with post surgical forearm, wrist hand rehabilitation, however, in my experience, occupational can focus on the more intricate, fine motor work.