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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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Softball

Opening Day: Getting Ready for Baseball and Softball Season

It’s that time of year again, the start of baseball and softball season. With Opening day at Fenway in the books, have you wondered what players go through to prepare for their first game? Whether it’s a player from the Red Sox or a student athlete in your life, players need guidance to ensure a safe and healthy season.  

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Diabetes _Month _Blog

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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