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Tips to Get in Shape for Joint Replacement Surgery

There are many things you can do to plan ahead for joint replacement surgery, which can help ensure a more successful outcome. One of the things many people can benefit from is exercising before surgery. You will want to focus on strengthening your entire body, not just your knee or hip. Strengthening your upper body can be beneficial as you will be relying on your arms more than usual to get in and out of bed, in and out of a chair and walk.

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Getting Back Into the Game after Injury

Getting back into your sport after an injury can be physically and mentally challenging. Luckily, as an athlete, you are already ahead of the game: athletes heal more quickly than non-athletes, and they tend to complete their physical therapy programs with more drive because of their motivation to play.

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After Surgery: Wound Infection Prevention Tips

Until your surgical wound has healed completely, it is still vulnerable to infections and re-opening. NEBH is proud to have one of the lowest rates of postoperative infection in the country, and our team will do their work to lower your risk of infection, but it’s important for you to take care, too.

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Three Tips To Keep your Joints Healthy as you Age

Did you know September is healthy aging month? Healthy Aging Month is celebrated annually, bringing awareness to the positive aspects of growing older. However, the aging process can also bring on conditions affecting your body, including changes to your muscles, joints and bones. Susan Judge Burns, Nurse Practitioner at NEBH offers three tips to keep your joints healthy.

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