Using Out-of-Network Benefits for Physical Therapy

Using Out-of-Network Benefits for Physical Therapy

Using out-of-network insurance benefits used to be unheard of, however, in light of the increasing trend of paying more money (think higher premiums, deductibles, copays, coinsurance)- it is becoming a more popular choice with people who are looking for...

Breast Cancer Surviorship and the Role of Physical Therapy

Breast Cancer Surviorship and the Role of Physical Therapy

The conundrum of the more than 2.8 million breast cancer survivors in the United States: MD to patient: Congratulations! You are cancer-free Patient: That's fantastic news! I still have pain, though. MD to patient: But you are cancer free! Patient: Wonderful! But I...

5 Tips to Protect your Back while Shoveling

5 Tips to Protect your Back while Shoveling

Shoveling is one of those chores that you just can't seem to let go when living in New England.  The last snow storm sent a lot of people to me with back pain and it looks like we are going to get hit with a late winter blizzard. Though I love to treat people,...

4 Kettlebell Exercises to Improve Shoulder Stability

4 Kettlebell Exercises to Improve Shoulder Stability

I love using kettlebells to improve shoulder stability. I have had some lingering pain in my right shoulder for several years now. I ignored it for the most part early on, however, I decided to get serious about it when my arm hurt so much that I couldn't hold a...

7 Tips to Help Swelling during Pregnancy

7 Tips to Help Swelling during Pregnancy

It's finally reached 80 degrees on Boston's North Shore. Time for the beach, and cookouts, and unfortunately, for pregnant women, water retention. Swelling during pregnancy is common and though a nuance, not an issue most of the time. Here are some tips and...

You May Need Physical Therapy If You Are Doing These Exercises

You May Need Physical Therapy If You Are Doing These Exercises

Disclaimer- This is a gym rant. I have a love-hate relationships with commercial gyms. I love that everyone around me has made the commitment to move and exercise and be healthy. The energy is great too.  It's definitely more motivating and entertaining for me...

Meet Dr. Sally Moores, PT, DPT, OCS

Dr. Sally Moores is a vibrant, energetic clinician who brings a dynamic, eclectic approach to physical therapy. She combines hands-on manual techniques with activities to re-educate and improve the communication with the brain and the muscles, decreasing pain and maximizing movement efficiency. She also adds in a heavy dose of education to ensure that her patients understand their diagnosis and are armed with self-management techniques to independently deal with their individual issues.

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