Performance Screening for Runners/Joggers at CPH Physical Rehabilitation
Canton-Potsdam Hospital’s physical therapy department offers screenings for runners and joggers of all levels and all ages, from beginners to elite competitors at CPH’s Physical Rehabilitation, located in the Helen Snell Cheel Medical Campus, 49 Lawrence Avenue, Potsdam.
The screening is designed to analyze a runner or jogger’s form—proper musculoskeletal alignment—during movement.
It will include a video analysis to identify areas of improvement and an individualized review with follow-up recommendations, if appropriate.
More than $9 million in state funds is going toward expansion of broadband access and increasing broadband use among older adults in the North Country.
This investment is a result of a partnership between New York State, Slic Network Solutions, Inc. of Nicholville, and Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), according to an announcement from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office.
The effort will use money f... Read More >>
NORFOLK -- Road traffic is being restricted at the railroad grade crossing on the Mill Road about three miles northeast of the hamlet of Norfolk as repair work proceeds, according to St. Lawrence County Legislator Jason A. Clark (D-Norfolk).
Through... Read More >>
Andy Lucas with his ballet barre in Northern Ice and Dance in Potsdam
POTSDAM -- Andy Lucas, owner of Baby's First Dreams Art of Potsdam, is making adjustable custom ballet barres, stationary handrails for young ballet students.
Lucas said he was in... Read More >>
Organic peaches sold from June 13-30 by Price Chopper and many other retailers nationwide are being recalled by the manufacturer – Wawona Packing Company – due to potential listeria contamination.
There have been no reports of illness associated with... Read More >>
GOUVERNEUR – Several businesses in Gouverneur will be visited today by Republican congressional candidate Elise Stefanik.
Stefankik of Willsoboro will visit Lacy Real Estate, 176 West Main St. for a meet and greet from 9 to 9:45 a.m. followed by a to... Read More >>