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Issue: #55

September 2015

Have You Started Training For Ski Season Yet?

If Not You Should Start Now!

We are probably three months away from when people may have a chance to start skiing and snowboarding in our area, but now is the time you should start building up that leg and core muscle strength and endurance to help you really enjoy the season and hopefully keep you injury free. So many patients we see injure themselves because their leg muscles just don't have the strength and endurance to handle a full day of skiing. We have put together a good program to help you condition yourself for the season. Start now and do this program once a week until you hit the slopes...it will make a difference! Click here for the program.

Myths Of Back Pain...
...Busted!
It is estimated that 80% of the population will experience an episode of back pain at some point in their lives. Half the battle of getting over back pain is having the facts straight and knowing what to expect when you are recovering. At Blue Hills Sports & Spine we have been running a specialized program for years and have helped thousands of people get over their low back pain and get back to their lives more quickly. We have put together a list of some common myths and the truth behind them.Click here  for our article about Back Pain Myths. Should you need our expert care for your low back pain, contact one of our offices to get seen ASAP.
All You Ever Wanted To Know About...
...Muscle Cramps.
Not a day goes by that at least one patient doesn't ask about muscle cramps and why they may get them. They happen to just about everyone at some point and there a number of different reasons they occur. Sometimes it's due to lack of proper hydration, sometimes due to lack of proper conditioning and in other cases can be related to neurological or even more serious issues. To learn more about muscle cramps, why they occur and some simple tips to help reduce them, click the image above to be taken to our patient education portal.

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