"Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference." Robert Frost Last week at my 20th high school reunion an old friend said to me: "Aren't you a doctor now?" == What a trip that was. [...]
When we are more active; during exercise, when we go up a flight of stairs or run for the bus, our breathing should increase. When we are relaxed; reading a book, watching TV or sleeping, our breathing goes down because our metabolism is slower. Why do we find [...]
Did you have an accident, a fall or maybe even some minor bumps and bruises this Summer? If so, you want to make sure you aren't carrying around the injury-ghosts from Summer(s)-past. Why? Any residue from past accidents can actually set up your body to be MORE accident prone in [...]
The threat response cycle and why having love and compassion isn’t (always) going to heal and take care of us.
Stories and from my private practice and the theory I teach Sometimes people come and see me because they have mysterious body aches and pains that have no real known cause. For instance they have this chronic pain in their shoulder or neck, yet they've never had a injury, not [...]
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For this post I've decided to share a wonderful letter that I recently received from one of my clients. It is timely as the Olympics are in full swing in London, England. Karen was a highly competitive gymnast in her younger years and now she is starting to realize how [...]
Two days ago I went skiing with the individual I highlight below. On our way up the hill we were chatting about recovering from injuries and how her outlook on healing - as well as her pain - changed after she starting working with me. We are good buds now [...]