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Peak Physical Therapy and Sports Performance Newsletter

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Are you or someone you know experiencing hip pain? Which hip pain diagnoses respond well to physical therapy? What’s the best treatment for hip pain? Get answers to these questions and some easy exercises to maintain your hip mobility in this month’s video message. Click here to view it.

Cold, Smooth & Tasty

Our Recipes of the Month

Cool off this summer with some healthy and refreshing sorbets: Lime-basil, bitter-sweet chocolate, strawberry-black pepper, and many more. Give one or more of these a try, and let us know what you think. Click here for the recipes.

Improve Your Exercise

Get the Most Out of Your Exercise Routine

Exercise is just about the best thing you can do to prevent disease. Here’s some advice to help you stick with it:

  • Know your goals. Try to set specific short- and long-term goals. Then talk with us (your physical therapist) or your doctor about the types and amount of exercise you can safely do.
  • Do what you enjoy. Don’t struggle with a workout you hate. Build in activities that make both your body and brain feel good.
  • Find a safe partner. Ask a family member or close friend you are comfortable with, to be active with you. Activity may be more fun with someone.
  • Track your progress. You might not feel as though you’re making progress, but you may be pleasantly surprised if you look back at where you started.
  • Review your goals. Did you meet your goals? If not, why? Are they attainable? Brainstorm some options of what to do differently.

Avoiding Coronavirus Scams

Advice on Avoiding Coronavirus Scams

Sadly, during these difficult times, some unscrupulous individuals try to take advantage of others. Here are a variety of resources to help you avoid coronavirus scams. Click here.

The Best First-Line Therapy

Physical Therapy Corner - Exercise Still The Best Treatment for OA

Osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee and hip are common. It’s tempting to think that your age, sex, body mass, or a previous history of surgery, might mean exercise won’t help your arthritis. Scientists actually discovered just the opposite. Regardless of these factors their research concluded: “exercise and education is the foundation for all OA therapy.” Click here for the reference.

Providing patients with accurate information about their osteoarthritis and the right exercise prescription to treat it, is exactly what physical therapists do best.

We hope you find this information valuable. Stay healthy and see you next month.


Until Next Month,

Thanks from Eric Edelman BS,PT

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

Our Services

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

Locations

Peak Physical Therapy
and Sports Performance

99 Longwater Circle
Suite #201
Norwell, MA 02061
781-347-4686
781-347-4696 (fax)

Peak Physical Therapy and Sports Performance
Pelvic Health Center

99 Longwater Cir #203
Norwell, MA 02061
781-347-4686
781-347-4696 (fax)

Peak Physical Therapy and Sports Performance
Pelvic Health Center
10 New Driftway
Suite #203
Scituate, MA 02066
781-378-2352
781-378-1760 (fax)

Peak Physical Therapy and Sports Performance
The U at Starland
(rear entrance)
645 Washington Street
Hanover, MA 02339
781-924-6365
781-924-3454 (fax)

Peak Physical Therapy
and Sports Performance

10 New Drift Way
Suite #203
Scituate, MA 02066
781-378-2352
781-378-1760 (fax)

Peak Physical Therapy and Sports Performance
501 John Mahar Highway
Suite #301
Braintree, MA 02184
781-384-0500

Peak Physical Therapy
and Sports Performance

2300 Crown Colony Dr.
Suite #102
Quincy, MA 02169
781-986-0990
781-986-0991 (fax)

Peak Physical Therapy and Sports Performance
Wolves Den Sports Complex
(rear entrance)

340 Oak Street
Pembroke, MA 02359
781-829-3500

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