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Blue Hills Sport and Spine Rehabilitation

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|Wellness|Boston, MA 02114

1704, 30 Lancaster St #100, Boston, MA 02114

(617) 367-4700

https://www.bluehillspt.com/

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Specialties Blue Hills Sports & Spine Rehabilitation is a Physical Therapist owned and operated practice in Boston (near North Station). We are experts in pain and musculoskeletal dysfunction and we restore your overall health and wellness. We provide evidence based treatments that address the root cause of pain by restoring motion, strength and flexibility and our clients love it . And you will to. We provide exceptional service, and value, in a fun and encouraging atmosphere for the best possible outcome, despite the challenges of our current healthcare system. We provide treatment for a wide variety of orthopedic and sport injuries. Our clinic is fully equipped with state of the art thera

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03/15/2019, 10:51 AM
Blue Hills Braintree and Weymouth wearing their Green today in prep for St. Paddy's day this weekend!
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03/14/2019, 07:24 AM
It’s Throwback Thursday and the Plymouth office is getting nostalgic. Test your knowledge of the staff and see if you can name them correctly based on these retro heyday photos. #tbt #nostalgia
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03/08/2019, 22:34 PM
A little Friday Inspiration for you! This was a sweatshirt worn by one of our Braintree patients this morning. Good message!
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03/07/2019, 11:20 AM
Can training prevent the risk of all injuries? The short answer is no, but it can likely minimize the potential or risk of injury. This 2014 meta-analysis study shows that pre and post workout stretching has little to no effects at preventing injury alone, but strength training is best in terms of reducing injury risk when compared to other options.
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02/14/2019, 00:04 AM
Have you had low back pain? You’re in the majority. Low back pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal problems, with reports estimating 80% of us will have at least one episode of low back pain in our lifetime. A recent study by Parker and colleagues examined the correlation between walking and low back pain in individuals over the age of 50. They found that walking had an inverse relationship to low back pain, meaning more frequent walking and at a higher duration was associated to fewer reports of pain!
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