Back in Motion. Mobile sports and rehabilitation massage.

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July 11, 2017

FOOT ISSUES – Not to be taken lightly – They can be the root cause of other injuries.

Foot issues are a common issue in athletes.  Over the course of my career I have seen and treated many foot issues among recreational athletes (people who enjoy walking for exercise to MVP professional athletes).  The various types of issues are not to be taken lightly.  These issues can sideline you for quite some time […]

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February 14, 2017

Effect of Pneumatic Compression Therapy (PCT) on lymph movement

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Recent Study shows significant improvement in extravascular & Lymphatic vascular system with use of Pneumatic Compression Therapy (PCT).  Science Study I have been working with Pneumatic Compression Therapy since 2012.  I specifically use my systems with Amateur through Professional level athletes to eliminate lactic acid build up in soft tissue after rigorous activity, weather they […]

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February 8, 2017

TEMPORAL MANDIBULAR JOINT (TMJ) & ENHANCED PERFORMANCE IN SPORTS

I grew up in a family with my Father, Uncle and Brother all being Dentist and one of my best friends    for many years is also a Dentist.  I have a “Dental Posse”.   I don’t know if I have been blessed or cursed……………..not many people like going to the Dentist J!  However, over the years […]

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February 2, 2017

INJURIES: Recovering from an injury is like having construction done on your house

Recovering from an injury is like hiring a contractor to put an addition on your house. During construction, there are many things to consider, each day there are a new set of things that need to be considered, such as:  picking out hardware, molding, tile, style of doors, paint colors, the list goes on and […]

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February 8, 2016

Something’s Bruin…

Hope Nichols Prockop (L) and Amanda Sobhy (R) will be singing the National Anthem for the Boston Bruins on Thursday, March 10, 2016 for the 7pm game against the Hurricanes at the TD Garden. Amanda, currently ranked #7 in the world, and Hope, a 2015 British Open 45+ Champion, will take center ice and deliver a 90 second […]

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February 5, 2016

Boston Marathon is coming! Some runners start showing muscular problems in this final leg of their training.

Over the course of my career I have worked with many Marathon Runners from 1st timers to runners who travel the globe to compete in this sport which they are so passionate about. I commend all who take on the arduous challenge to run 26.21875 miles. In order to be prepared for race day training […]

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February 9, 2015

Successful Athletes Come In Small Packages

Christina Eldamaa is a talented “Rhythmic Gymnast,” whom I began working with in 2014. Due to Christina’s dedication and long hours of training, her coaches recommended the benefits that massage therapy would provide to her. They wanted her to keep her muscles loose in order to help prevent injury. Her mother found me on the […]

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December 19, 2014

It’s not every day you get a recommendation letter from Alex Meyer

Alex Meyer. 2012 Olympic Open Water Swimmer.

Alex Meyer, 2012 US Olympic open water swimmer, has been a private client of mine since 2013. He kindly sent me this letter of recommendation earlier this year: I have been a member of the US National Swim Team since 2009 and competed in the 2012 Olympic Games in the Open Water 10km event. I […]

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