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We asked our experts: Tips for the New Year

It’s that time of year again when many people resolve to exercise more, lose weight, watch less television, or quit smoking. We asked several of our experts: If your patients could make one New Year’s resolution to improve their health, what would you suggest and why?

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When Can You Expect Your Favorite Player Back in the Game?

It’s been an exciting season to cheer on the New England Patriots, but the Patriots have also suffered many injuries throughout the season. With the time until the playoffs dwindling, fans are hopeful that the top players will be back on the field in time for the big games. Thomas Wuerz, MD, a sports medicine expert at NEBH looks into some of the injuries we’ve seen this season, including their recovery times, so you can gauge when the players will be back in action.

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Safe Skating: Preventing Ice Sport Injury

It’s winter sports season again! Figure skaters, hockey players, and recreational skaters are all ready to tie on their skates and enjoy the ice. But before you hop on the rink, check out advice from orthopedic surgeon Jeffrey Zilberfarb, MD, on staying safe during ice sports. From falls to frostbite, you’ll want to keep yourself protected.

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Benefits of Dynamic Stretching

Whether you’re warming up before a big game or looking for exercises to relieve chronic pain, a dynamic stretching routine will provide many benefits. Dynamic stretching, in which you move through a range of motion, provides a full body warm-up, increases your flexibility, activates your stability and core muscles, and helps you improve your range of motion. Dynamic stretching challenges your muscles and will allow you to perform better on the field or in everyday life.

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Get Moving this December

The winter months can be a challenging time to stay active, particularly if your children are on vacation and are eager to lounge around the house. Orthopedic surgeon William Mitchell, MD, offers some creative ways to fit in exercise that you can do by yourself or with your family.

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