Each year 1 in 100 female high school athletes will suffer a serious knee injury. The Center for Rehabilitation at Hudson Valley Hospital Center is doing something about it with a new Sports Medicine program that specializes in injury prevention, performance enhancement and rehabilitation of sports injuries. "Athletes, especially young female athletes, are prone to injury of their ACL and it can be devastating to the athlete and the team,'' said Kyle Mack, PT, DPT, Clinical Manager, Department of Rehabilitation. "These injuries have become an epidemic and can sideline athletes for 6-12 months, but are preventable with the correct training.…
Cortlandt Manor, NY - (March 6, 2014) – Hudson Valley Hospital Center’s program for hospitalized older adults has been recognized by the prestigious NYU College of Nursing program as one of the top NICHE hospitals in the nation. Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders (NICHE) recently released a list of nine hospitals that have achieved Exemplar status for the progress of their nurse-driven programs in raising the level of quality in care of older adult patients. HVHC was the only hospital in the region to receive this honor. Exemplar is the highest of four levels of recognition. Progressing through Early…
Cortlandt Manor NY – (March 3, 2014) – America’s children don’t get enough sleep and parents need to do more to control electronics and regulate bedtimes, according to a poll released this week by the National Sleep Foundation. National Sleep Foundation’s (NSF) Sleep in America® poll, an annual study that began in 1991, delved into the sleep practices and beliefs of the modern family with school-aged children. The online poll, conducted Dec. 12-13 2013, surveyed 1,103 American parents with children aged 6-17. “For children, a good night’s sleep is essential to health, development and performance in school,” said Kristen L.…
Cortlandt Manor, NY - (February 26, 2014) – Animal lovers will delight in the antics of lovable cats and dogs captured in artwork currently being featured as part of Hudson Valley Hospital Center’s new exhibit, “Cats and Dogs, Winter and Spring.” The exhibit, which showcases the works of five local artists, is on display through April 28 as part of the Hospital’s “Art for Health” program curated by artist Suzanne Bohrer Ashley. The public can meet the artists at a reception in the Hospital lobby on April 19 from 4- 6 p.m. The works on display range from oil and…