Happy New Year! We hope 2014 is off to a great start. If you’re planning to have elective spinal surgery this year, don’t forget to prehabilitate yourself! Research has shown that patients who participated in 8 weeks of preoperative rehabilitation before spinal surgery met
Happy Halloween! If you’re a little scared about your upcoming surgery, never fear. We’re offering 50% off our initial consultation fee through October 31st! Contact us and mention the code SPOOKY31 to redeem this offer and get started!
As an avid indoor rock climber, I am always impressed by the number of climbers I see continuing to climb, despite having injuries that would keep many folks out of the game. CAVEAT: Obviously, if someone has an overuse injury, such as tendinitis of the shoulder, the last thing they s
On our site, we often discuss the benefits of prehabilitation before orthopedic, abdominal, and women’s health surgeries. When patients have elective surgeries, they often have at least a few weeks to prepare, by performing exercises, becoming educated about their post-op precau
THe New England Baptist Hospital (NEBH) has responded to the needs of a growing community of patients electing to have total joint replacements (total knee replacements and total hip replacements.) NEBH has enacted a successful hospital-based program to ensure patients are educated an