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Peak Physical Therapy and Sports Performance Newsletter

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Healthcare Provider Spotlight of The Month

Sherifat HincheyDr. Hinchey is an Internist who provides comprehensive primary and preventive care at South Shore Primary and Urgent Care, LLC in Hanover. She graduated from Boston University School of Medicine and has been in practice for 12 years. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and is Fellowship trained in both Internal Medicine and Public Health. She specializes in chronic medical conditions, unexplained medical symptoms, functional medicine issues, women’s health, and preventive health. By using both allopathic and alternative medicine approaches, Dr. Hinchey is able to provide whole person care to her patients, and help many patients manage their chronic health conditions. She treats a wide variety of conditions including high blood pressure, menopause, obesity, high cholesterol, insomnia, depression, anxiety, diabetes and chronic pain. She is state registered to evaluate and certify patients for the medical use of marijuana.

Dr. Sherifat A. Hinchey has office hours at South Shore Primary and Urgent Care, LLC located at the Hanover Wellness Center, 20 East Street, Suite 20, Hanover MA 02339. Appointments can be made at 781.561.0460 or on the practice website at www.southshoremds.com

If you are considering working with a fitness trainer to start the new year, here are 12 things you should consider before you hire someone. Please share this with a few of your friends that also might be looking for a trainer. Click here to watch the video.

Recipe of the Month

While we typically share healthy recipes, we thought we would break form this month. Who can resist a holiday cookie? Here’s a list of 10 different cookie recipes. If you try one and absolutely love it, please let us know. Click here for the recipes.

Rotator Cup, Rotator Cuff - What’s It Called and What Does It Do?

The rotator cuff, sometimes inaccurately called the rotator “cup”, is a set of four muscles that are critical to the proper movement of the shoulder. In this presentation, the rotator cuff is described. Click here to learn more.

Like the back and neck, rotator cuff problems (for example shoulder impingement or a rotator cuff tear) respond extremely well to physical therapy treatment. Who do you know that has shoulder pain? Share this with them so they might have a better understanding of the rotator cuff and their condition.

Our Top Three Video Newsletters in 2017

Click here to go to the video page and scroll down to see our list of the top three. What do you think? Did any of these help you? Let us know.

Happy Holidays

From everyone here at our practice, we wish you and your family a wonderful holiday season and a Happy New Year!

Until Next Month,

Thanks from Eric Edelman BS,PT

Peak Physical Therapy and Sports Performance
Email: Eric@Peaktherapy.com

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