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. How Physical Therapy Can Treat Repetitive Stress Injuries for Runners. Running is an incredibly popular sport that is enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities. However, while it is a great exercise for your body, it can also result in repetitive strain injuries on various parts of the body. If you’re a runner and you’re experiencing pain or decreased running ability due to injury, you may benefit from physical therapy at Blue Hills Sports & Spine Rehabilitation. What is a...
Posted on 2018-07-30
. How to Get Back to Running After a Break . If you've taken a break from running because of an injury, or because of a lack of time or motivation, and you want to get back into it, you’ll want to use the tips outlined below to ease back into it safely. Walk Before You Run  . Before you try to return to running, you should be able to walk, without pain or discomfort, for at least 45 minutes. Walking helps to prepare your muscles, joints, ligaments, and tendons, for the more rigoro...
Posted on 2018-07-28
. 9 Proven Home Remedies for Treating a Pinched Nerve (Radiculopathy) . If you’ve ever had a pinched nerve, you know just how disruptive it can be to your life. We’ll outline some home remedies that you can try to help reduce the pain and discomfort associated with a pinched nerve. What is a Pinched Nerve?. A pinched nerve occurs when force or pressure is placed on a nerve that can lead to an array of symptoms, which may be worse when lying down or just after waking, including: ...
Posted on 2018-07-26
. 6 of The Best Exercises for Lower Back Pain and Sciatica . Estimates reveal that up to 80 of these individuals have sciatica. If you suffer from either of these conditions, you’ll want to continue reading to learn 6 of the best exercises to control your symptoms. What is Sciatica?. The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in your body, originating in your lower back and splitting to supply your hips, buttocks, legs and feet. Various conditions can place pressure on the sciatic ner...
Posted on 2018-07-25
. Physical therapy for stress fractures. Stress fractures are a common problem, with more than 200,000 estimated cases in the United States every year.  These tiny cracks in your bones can be quite painful and can get in the way of normal physical activities like walking.  They can also take a long time to resolve if they aren’t allowed to heal properly.  With the right care, however, and a good physical therapy routine, you can speed up your recovery time. What exactly a...
Posted on 2018-06-30
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