“So, do you take insurance?” This is one of the most common questions that a new patient asks me. My answer is no, I am not contracted by any insurance companies. However, if your plan has out-of-network benefits, your treatment may have the potential to be reimbursed. Why is this such a common question? … Continue reading “So, do you take insurance?”
There are plenty of self treatment strategies and ideas that I give to many of my patients to treat their pain. One of the most important things that every patient should know about PT is the 99:1 Rule. The time spent in the clinic accounts for 1%, The other 99% is the time spent making positive changes on your symptoms. That 99% holds much more value than any time spent with your therapist. Here are some of my favorite tips and tricks to fix neck pain and optimize your 99%.
Neck pain is not normal and should not be looked at as something that you just have to live with.
My new location! The address is 293 Libbey Industrial Parkway, Weymouth, MA 02189. It is a 1-story brick building located just up the street and across the road from CrossFit 781. You will find the entrance where the blue dot is on the image. Buidling Directions: 1. Look for the door numbered … Continue reading New Location
“I had some knee pain during my workout class, but I think I’ll just rest and it will go away.” Most of the patients whom I work with are avid in the fitness world, whether it be Bootcamp, CrossFit, OrangeTheory Fitness, or running. Most everyone comes to me for the treatment of pain in various … Continue reading Injury Prevention
It is not “normal” to have pain while you run. Many people who have this complaint describe the pain as happening in the beginning of a run, but then it “works itself out”. Others report the pain after a certain number of miles, or just after the run is completed. All of these complaints … Continue reading Have you ever felt pain during running?
So, what is it? Is it like acupuncture? That is the number one question I get aside from, “...does it hurt?” Both answers are, “Well, no, not really.”