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Spring Fever: Your Guide to Getting A Full Body Workout Outside

With the spring temperatures in full swing, many of us are trying to spend as much time enjoying the outdoors as possible. Instead of spending your normal workout time indoors at the gym, NEBH Athletic Trainers suggest a few ways you can get a full body workout outside. For a quick workout you can choose to do just the Dynamic Stretches or just the Strength Exercises instead of both.

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Foot _Blog

Getting Your Winter Feet Ready for Summer

Many of us pay little attention to our feet in the winter when they hidden from the world in heavy socks and boots. Now that warmer weather is on the horizon, you may be looking to get your feet ready for sandal season. NEBH Chief of Podiatry Kenneth Leavitt, DPM, offers some advice to safely prepare your feet for your favorite open toed shoes.

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Planning a Summer Vacation and Traveling with Orthopedic Issues and Pain

The summer is a great season to relax and take some much needed time off. If you suffer from orthopedic limitations and pain, you might be nervous that you will not be able to fully enjoy a summer vacation. With a few simple tips offered by Dana Zalkind, MD, Medical Director of the NEBH Pain Management Program, you can take comfort in knowing that you can travel and hopefully enjoy your vacation. 

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Biker _blog

Cycling: Going From a Stationary Bike to the Open Road

During the colder months, you may have been getting your cycling fix by peddling away indoors, but now with spring in full bloom, it’s time to get outside and hit the open road. NEBH Physical Therapist Scott Taylor shares a few benefits of cycling and some ways you can safely go from a stationary bike to riding outside.

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Back _Pain _Blog

5 Ways to Prevent Back Pain

In the United States, 80% of us will experience some form of back pain during our lifetime. While some cases of back pain are unavoidable, Dr. Kevin Bernard, physiatrist at the NEBH Spine Center, explains some ways to help protect your back and prevent back pain.

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