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It is no secret that exercise has endless benefits to both mental and physical health; however, the bulk of this research has focused on leisure time physical activity. For a large portion of the population, work makes up their main source of physical activity. Laborers such as construction workers, manufacturers, farmers, hospitality workers and more are active for long periods of their day, but despite this activity can have relatively poor health. Increasing evidence shows that occupation rel...
Posted on 2019-02-27
3 Tips to Reduce the Chances of Falls and Injuries for Boomers. It is estimated that from now until 2030, 10,000 Boomers each day will reach retirement age. Retirement can bring on many new adventures and positive experiences. Advancing age, however, can also bring on some risks when it comes to age-related falls and injuries. This article will discuss how to avoid such injuries and truly get the most out of retirement. Why Do Age-Related Falls Happen?. As a person ages, there are many physic...
Posted on 2019-01-24
What is “pain science” and why is it important to us at Blue Hills Sports and Spine? At its foundation, pain science is the study of pain and its perception-- how we experience it. Defining an “experience” can be hard to conceptualize since everyone’s “experience,” even when in similar environments or situations, is unique. This is very true for an individual’s experience with pain too.  Traditionally, pain has been viewed and treated usin...
Posted on 2019-01-22
3 Definite Signs You Have A Slipped Or Bulging Disc. Everything seemed just fine until you bent down to tie your shoe, and you were seized with shooting back pain. What happened? Could you have a slipped disc? This article will discuss what a slipped or bulging disc is and how to tell if you have it. What is a slipped or bulging disc?. Discs are found in between each set of vertebrae along your spine. They are gel-like rubbery cushions that provide height and act as shock absorbers to cushion...
Posted on 2019-01-09
How To Sleep Better On An Airplane: Tips From A Physical Therapist. If you’re not among the select few who fly first class and get to sleep horizontally at will, then this article is for you. The truth is, the majority of people fly economy, which means tighter sitting spaces and usually less leg room. Is it possible to seek out a few hours of good sleep in such situations? Have no fear, these tips will get you sleeping comfortably in no time! Choose your seat wisely. Take advantage o...
Posted on 2019-01-07
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