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Taking an Active Role in Your Health

As a nationally recognized organization for high patient satisfaction and leadership in quality and clinical outcomes as well as having extremely low infection rates, at New England Baptist Hospital (NEBH) we are committed to Patient Safety. At NEBH Patient Safety is the responsibility of everyone who cares for you but you can have a more active role in your health by being an empowered patient.  As a patient or family member of a patient, here are a few things to watch for and ways you can participate so that you can become empowered, informed, and prepared:

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March Madness: Train like a Celtic

As the official hospital of the Boston Celtics, NEBH has provided comprehensive medical services to the team for the past 30 years. One thing any professional basketball player needs to be successful is extensive training and conditioning, both in the offseason and during the season. NEBH athletic trainers, along with some help from Celtics mascot Lucky, offer some tips on how you can train like a Celtic.

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Training Tips for Spring Athletes

Although you may still have some snow on the ground, now is the time to start training for your spring sport. In fact, no matter what sport you play, the earlier you start getting in shape, the better off you will be once the season starts. Orthopedic sports medicine surgeon and hip preservation specialist Thomas Wuerz, MD, offers some tips to get you ready for your spring sport.

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Stretching: The Next Fitness Craze

An old exercise is new again. Although high intensity workouts like CrossFit have become increasingly popular, stretching, a traditional exercise, is suddenly the latest fitness craze. There are two popular methods of stretching: dynamic stretching and traditional stretching.

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Snowshoe _Blog

Unique Winter Sports

In a rut with your exercise routine? Take advantage of the recent snow and try something new like snowshoeing or cross country skiing for a fun exercise to get you moving during the winter months. Below orthopedic sports medicine surgeon and hip preservation specialist Thomas Wuerz, MD talks about some unique winter activities.

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