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James Rainville

Rehabilitation Specialist

New England Baptist Hospital

HQ Phone:  (617) 754-5000

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New England Baptist Hospital

125 Parker Hill Avenue

Boston, Massachusetts,02120

United States

Company Description

New England Baptist Hospital (NEBH) offers nationally recognized expertise in orthopedic surgery, built on more than a century of experience, with an exceptional blend of superb patient care and advanced medical knowledge. NEBH has been recognized by U.S. News... more

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fpa-support.org

"To date, there is no scientific evidence that activity and exercises are harmful, or that pain-inducing activity must be avoided," says James Rainville, a spine and rehabilitation specialist at New England Baptist Hospital in Boston.
Exercise is as close as there is to a magic bullet for pain. Even "aggressive" exercise, says Rainville, often does not raise the risk of more back problems in people with chronic low back pain, studies have shown. In fact, he says, people with low back pain should get out and "exercise, run, ski and play sports as they desire."


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"To date, there is no scientific evidence that activity and exercises are harmful, or that pain-inducing activity must be avoided," says James Rainville, a spine and rehabilitation specialist at New England Baptist Hospital in Boston.
Exercise is as close as there is to a magic bullet for pain. Even "aggressive" exercise, says Rainville, often does not raise the risk of more back problems in people with chronic low back pain, studies have shown. In fact, he says, people with low back pain should get out and "exercise, run, ski and play sports as they desire."


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• James Rainville, MD


www.nebh.org [cached]

James Rainville, MD
Chief, Section of Physical Medicine/Rehab


www.harvardlifestylemedicine.org [cached]

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


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