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
November 2018                                                                           Issue # 93
Start Getting Ready For Skiing and Boarding Now!

Some places up north have already seen some snow so it won't be long before people are heading back to the slopes. If you haven't been doing any regular exercise for your legs, now is the time to start getting yourself ready for the season. It can help improve your endurance for those long days and help you prevent injuries from tired legs. Click here to view a program in our new exercise portal. You can view individual videos on each exercise. Click here if you just want a simple PDF you can save or print. If you have any lingering injuries, come see us for a custom program before your season starts!
All You Wanted To Know About Hip Bursitis

At Blue Hills Sports & Spine, we regularly see patients with complaints of hip tendonitis or bursitis. These can be very painful conditions when they come on and often lead to periods where it's very painful to walk, climb stairs and sleep. The good news is that physical therapy is VERY successful in treating these conditions and the majority of our patients are feeling good after just a few weeks of treatment. To learn more about hip bursitis, click here to be taken to our patient information portal. If you or someone you know is having a problem with hip pain, come see us. We can help!
Learn More About Common Running Injuries

We successfully treat lots of runners at Blue Hills Sports & Spine. Although each patient is different, there is definitely some commonality on the causes. We love helping runners get back to what they love to do, so we have put together an e-booklet that goes over some of the most common reasons for running injuries and how to prevent them. Click here to get a copy for yourself, or, to share with a runner that you think may need it. If after you read through the information you think you may need some personal help, contact us to meet with an expert in the office that is closest to you.
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