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Peak Physical Therapy and Sports Performance Newsletter

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It’s 2019, and we are starting the year off with a new theme - why you should use natural care first for nerve, joint, and muscle problems.

Each month we will address:

  • Common conditions of an area of the body
  • How to decrease your odds of experiencing pain
  • What to do right away if you have pain
  • Why you should see your therapist first

We are starting with the neck.  Click here to watch our video.

How to Decrease Your Risk of Experiencing Neck Pain

Part of our new series of messages include some tips on how to decrease the likelihood you will experience neck pain. Click here for more on this.

Recipe of the Month

We are all so busy these days and we don't have time for elaborate meal preparation. This month we found a good resource for healthy recipes to cook in under 20 minutes. Click here for the recipes. Make sure you click on the pictures to get to the individual recipes and let us know if you try anything and really like it.

What The Heck Does That Word Mean?

Sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia

Healthcare terms can be very confusing. Do you know the common name for this complex medical term? Click here for the answer.

Exercise of the Month - The Chin Tuck

Chin Tuck

This one is a great, not-so-common exercise, that will stretch those deep neck muscles. Click here to watch the video with some recommended repetitions.

Thanks for reading this month. If you know anyone that is experiencing neck pain, have them give us a call. We can save them time and money, and chances are we can alleviate their pain with natural treatments.

Until Next Month,

Thanks from Eric Edelman BS,PT

Peak Physical Therapy and Sports Performance
Email: Eric@Peaktherapy.com

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  • Post-operative Therapy Program
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  • Women's Health Program
  • TMJ Therapy Program
  • Vestibular Program
  • Post-concussion Program
  • Gait/Fall Prevention Program
  • Massage Therapy
  • Pilates
  • Personal Training


Peak Physical Therapy
and Sports Performance

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Ste 201
Norwell, MA 02061
781-347-4696 (fax)

Peak Physical Therapy and Sports Performance
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Norwell, MA 02061
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Peak Physical Therapy and Sports Performance
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Hanover, MA 02339
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and Sports Performance

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