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. How To Treat a Wrist Injury After a Fall On An Outstretched Hand. If you’ve fallen on an outstretched hand, you may have suffered one of a variety of injuries, known as FOOSH injuries (fall on an outstretched hand). The most common FOOSH injury is a scaphoid fracture, so we’ll focus on this type of injury in this article, and also touch on two other injuries that can occur, including scapholunate ligament injury and Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex Injury (TFCC). Common Injurie...
Posted on 2018-09-12
. How To Treat A Hamstring Injury with Physical Therapy . The hamstrings are a group of powerful muscles and tendons that are located in the back of the thigh. Injury to the hamstrings is common, especially in athletes. While hamstring injuries are often quite painful, they typically resolve on their own. However, for the hamstrings to return to normal functioning in athletes, a specific rehabilitation program under the supervision of a qualified physical therapist is recommended.  Hamst...
Posted on 2018-09-10
. 4 Therapeutic Stretches to Relieve Lumbar Disc Herniation. It is estimated that up to 80% of individuals will suffer from lower back pain at some point in their lifetime, and some of these individuals will have pain as the result of a lumbar disc herniation. If you’ve recently been diagnosed with a lumbar disc herniation, you may be looking for ways to relieve your symptoms. In this article we’ll discuss what lumbar disc herniation is, the symptoms of the condition, and outline 4...
Posted on 2018-09-08
. 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
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