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Blue Hills Sports & Spine Rehabilitation

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|Wellness|Braintree, MA 02184

340 Wood Rd #303, Suite 303, Braintree, MA 02184

(781) 535-6053

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Our team of expert physical therapists uses a modern, active approach that is designed to address the cause of your pain and not just the symptoms. Instead of quick fixes, we focus on long-term solutions. Instead of telling you to throttle back, we encourage you to keep moving. From your first comprehensive evaluation to your last visit, our goal is to motivate you, educate you, and make sure pain never gets in your way again. That's true rehabilitation!

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05/30/2019, 07:01 AM
Today’s exercise is radial deviation. This motion is performed thumb up, like shaking someone’s hand. You can hold the end of a small dumbbell or use a hammer to do this exercise at home. No PVC pipe needed!
Blue Hills Sports & Spine Rehabilitation on Facebook

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05/29/2019, 16:33 PM
Anonymous on Facebook

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05/29/2019, 09:18 AM
Our 2nd exercise this week is the wrist roller, which will make your forearms feel the burn! Slowly lowering the weight towards the floor is an ‘eccentric’ exercise. Eccentrics are helpful for treating tendinitis or tendon related pathologies.
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Anonymous on Facebook

5 months ago

05/28/2019, 02:35 AM
This month’s exercise series focuses on the wrist. Many people overlook strengthening in the wrist and hand, but weakness here can result in a variety of ailments. These exercises are particularly good for people who rock climb, play racket sports, or have jobs with repeated hand movements such as hairdressers, carpenters, or typists. Our first exercise is wrist flexion. Note, the hand is palm up for this exercise. If you pain and would like to schedule an evaluation an appointment, click here to request an appointment. http://ow.ly/wa6U50uqUu6
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Anonymous on Facebook

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05/17/2019, 08:17 AM
It is not unusual for people to hear noise or feel a cracking, crunching, or popping sensation when moving their knee. This sensation is called crepitus and is not a sign of injury.
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05/15/2019, 07:08 AM
"Many runners believe that wearing the wrong shoe type for their foot is a leading cause of running related injuries. [...] Moreover, education on appropriate training practices should be the cornerstone of our outreach and runner education efforts." -- Napier & Willy (BJSM, 2018)
To make adjustments to your training practices, schedule an appointment with one of our clinicians today! http://ow.ly/GXp350udwvD
Anonymous on Facebook

5 months ago

05/13/2019, 06:20 AM
Sore or tight muscles? Can adding foam rolling into your workout routine to help? Get the facts with our latest blog! http://ow.ly/BExI50ua0VM
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