Career Opportunities at New Hampshire NeuroSpine Institute
New Hampshire NeuroSpine Institute is the only neurospine clinic in northern New England. We offer a one-of-a-kind patient experience with a wide variety of patient services and a multi-speciality group of providers. Our hardworking and dedicated team is made up of surgeons, physiatrists, interventional pain providers, pain management, nurses, physician assistants, medical assistants, physical therapists, and office staff.
We at New Hampshire NeuroSpine Institute believe that each employee contributes to the Institute's growth and success. We offer employees competitive compensation, flexible benefits, and opportunities for advancement.
To be a part of our team, apply today!
Pilates - the beginners' guide
Explore Pilates Tips, Pilates Exercises, and more!
Always been curious about Pilates but never brave enough to try it? Joanna Smith discovers how to strengthen your core, improve flexibility and calm your mind with our novices’ guide to Pilates.
Pilates emerged in the early 20th century after German gymnast Joseph Pilates developed the fitness system as a way to improve rehabilitation for injured war veterans. Joseph Pilates referred to the system as Contrology, and placed a big emphasis on the relationship between mind and body when controlling your muscles. Now popular with millions worldwide, the Pilates fitness system focuses on spine alignment, breathing and core strength to improve muscle strength and elasticity.
- Myth 1: Pilates Is a Good Way to Lose Weight
- Myth 2: Pilates Is Only for Women
- Myth 3: You Need Special Machines for Pilates
- Myth 4: Pilates Will Make You a Lot Stronger
- Myth 5: Pilates Is Only for Your Abs
- What is Pilates?
- What are the types of Pilates classes?
- What are the benefits of Personal Training?
- Why Pilates?
- What is the Powerhouse?
Since health is wealth, I’ve developed these 4 basic steps to get you RICH :)
Through experience I’ve found that people need a minimum of 6 months to really reach their goals, get comfortable with change and set a new routine. You do really have to be ready and committed to making some changes on a mental, physical and emotional level.
To start with, it’s all about adding in more of the good stuff. More veggies, fruits, whole grains, beans, nuts, seeds, maybe some vitamins and supplements...
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This is really looking inward at your relationship with food, making connections between how you feel and what you are eating, acknowledging how...
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Here we will do some food experiments. We’ll try taking some things out of your diet that might not be serving you and seeing how you feel...
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Settling into a new lifestyle. We all falter a little and tend to fall back into old routines so this a time to be patient and work through any residual is feelings...
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