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Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is often prescribed for patients needing treatment for a wide range of injuries, conditions, and illnesses. At Deborah Heart and Lung Center, our physical therapy program is run in partnership with Ivy Rehab. Our program focuses not only on treating existing conditions, but also on helping prevent future injuries from taking place. With…

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Dennis L. King

I am excited to bring my financial and human resources experience and skills to the Deborah Board. Deborah’s outstanding medical achievements — coupled with its humanitarian mission — make it a true New Jersey treasure. I’m looking forward to contributing my financial knowledge in navigating an increasingly complex healthcare financial landscape. I welcome the challenges…

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Non-Discrimination and Accessibility

New Jersey law prohibits discrimination in places of public accommodation such as hospitals. Deborah is committed to ensuring equal access to all patients.

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Barbara George Johnson

During my career I have focused on equality — lobbying to reduce healthcare disparities among urban and ethnic populations — and bringing passion to causes not only of healthcare rights but human rights. These experiences match Deborah’s philosophy, which through its long history has never turned a patient away regardless of their financial situation or…

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Sports Injury Screening

It’s no secret that sports and other recreational activities can lead to injuries. Sports injury screenings through Deborah Heart and Lung Center Physical Therapy with services provided by Ivy Rehab are custom-designed for schools, affiliated organizations, and individual patients. Sports injury screenings are often paired with functional movement screenings, which are used to evaluate athletes’…

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It’s common to experience neck pain or the occasional stiff neck. We rely on the bones, muscles, and ligaments in our necks to support and allow motion in our heads. Pain in the neck area may be a result of an inflammation or injury caused by any number of activities or sudden movement. Sudden jerking…

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Lower Back or Buttock

A common cause of pain in the lower back or buttock region is a condition called sciatica. Sciatic pain often radiates from the lower back down through the buttock and leg. Many patients who stick to a regular program of gentle exercises and physical therapy have great results recovering from sciatic pain and preventing future…

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Pain in the upper leg and lower leg are common problems. Leg pain can present itself as a sharp, stabbing sensation or simply a dull ache. Sprains and strains are common causes of leg pain, often from overuse of the leg muscles during sports or other exercise. Pain in the quadriceps, groin, and hamstrings are…

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Medical Library

Learn more about Deborah's Medical Library and get access to medical journals, reference materials, online databases, and more.

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Foot pain is common, but with treatment you can eliminate your pain and lessen its impact on your quality of life. If your foot pain is mild, you may be able to ease the pain by simply choosing more comfortable, well-cushioned shoes, stretching before exercising, keeping up with foot hygiene, and maintaining a healthy weight.…

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Terms & Conditions

By participating in this quiz, or screening or health assessment, I recognize and accept all risks associated with it. I understand that the program will only screen for certain risk factors and does not constitute a complete physical exam. For the diagnosis of a medical problem, I must see a physician for a complete medical exam. I release Deborah Heart and Lung Center and any other organization(s) involved in this screening, and their employees and agents, from all liabilities, medical claims or expenses which may arise from my participation. Thank you for investing in your health by participating today.