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Dr. James Rainville MD

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Harvard University

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Harvard University

12 Oxford St. # 373

Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138

United States

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Employment History

Rehabilitation Specialist

New England Baptist Hospital

Assistant Clinical Professor

Harvard Medical School

Education

MD

medical degree

University of Massachusetts Medical School

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Senior Moments

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According to Dr. Rainville, staying active in general is key to keeping back troubles at bay."The theory used to be that disc degeneration , the major source of recurrent back pain in younger people , was caused by physical activity and the standard advice therefore was first, to rest, and second, to avoid physical activity, or at least any activity involving the back."

While we are not sure how this works, exercise and not bed rest is the key to moderating pain.James Rainville, MD, chief of physical medication and rehabilitation at New England Baptist Hospital and an assistant clinical professor at Harvard Medical School in Boston, reports that data on over 2,000 patients suggests that most who exercise, even if painful at first, do experience a significant improvement in the amount and intensity of exercise they can perform.


Lifestyle Medicine: Tools for Promoting Healthy Change :: Faculty

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James Rainville, MD - Assistant Clinical Professor, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Director of the Spine Center at New England Baptist Hospital


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James Rainville, MD, Chief, Spine Physiatry, New England Baptist Hospital; Assistant Clinical Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine, Harvard Medical School


Harvard Medical School PM&R Faculty

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James Rainville, MD received his medical degree from the University of Massachusetts Medical School.He is board certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation after completing his residency at Tufts University of Medical School.He is also board certified by the American Board of Family Practice, after completing his residency in Family Practice at Brown University Medical School.Dr. Rainville is currently Chief, Spine Physiatry, New England Baptist Hospital Bone and Joint Institute.


General | Premiere Spine & Sport Blog | Page 2

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Dr. James Rainville, of New England Baptist Hospital in Boston, states that "pain often has nothing to do with the mechanics of the spine,

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