Blue Hills Sports & Spine's Monthly Newsletter. Our regular assortment of handy and informative tips, tricks and trends to help answer your questions about rehabilitation and fitness.

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Blue Hills Sports & Spine's Monthly Newsletter
December 2018                                                                                  Issue # 94
Run Off Some Holiday Eating!

On December 9th, the Morrison School in Braintree will be hosting it's Eighth Annual Jingle Jaunt to help raise funds to support technology for the students. This marks the 8th year that Blue Hills Sports & Spine has been a flagship sponsor. The course is a fun, scenic 5K around Pond Meadow Park and also has a 1M race for kids (or adults).To register for the event,  click here  to be taken to racewire. It's a great way to help out the community and also help keep off some of those holiday pounds! We hope to see you there. 

Free Advice From An Expert

Do you have a nagging ache or pain that you just doesn't seem to go away? Are you noticing limitations in your flexibility or strength but not sure if it's something to be concerned about? You are the perfect candidate for one of our free "Discovery Sessions". All of our locations offer the ability for a free 10-15 minute consultation (either in person or by phone) with our expert physical therapy staff. In just a few minutes we can help get you going in the right direction, let you know if it's something you may need some physical therapy for, or even help get you pointed to the right specialist to help you if your issue is more serious. You can request a discovery session online by clicking the free advice picture above.  Click herefor a printable (and shareable) handout that tells you a little bit more.. Don't suffer any longer with that ache or pain!

Winter Is Coming!

There has already been a little snow this year. Although many people would like it to be the last snow we get all winter, it probably won't be the case. We see lot's of people each year with post-shoveling muscle strains and sometimes a little post-shoveling stretching would have helped them out in the first place. We have put together a program of some simple stretches you can do to help keep those sore muscles limber. Click herefor the PDF, or, click the image to be taken to the web version, complete with videos of each stretch. If you end up having more than a little soreness, make sure you come on in and see us for a customized approach.

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