When I began dating my husband, I was amazed to find that he was unable to tolerate even a mild, deep tissue massage. Any deep pressure would create a 10/10 pain experience that would last up to 5-10 minutes after my hands came off him. My husband has Ulcerative Colitis (UC) and had fibromyalgia along […]
The Risks of Sitting
What Are The Risks Of Sitting Too Much? There are 168 hours in a week. If you subtract sleeping, exercising, doing errands or chores, that leaves approximately 114 hours, or 67% of our time left. What are we doing with 67% of our time? Sitting…..Especially when we are working from home which can cause neck, […]
A Pain in the Butt
Understanding Sciatica LBP, or sciatica, is the number one reason why people seek out medical attention.1 By getting into physical therapy as early as possible, we have the greatest chances of alleviating the pain completely along with teaching you how to prevent future occurrences. Low back pain or sciatica can (literally) be a pain in […]
What Kind of Runner are You — a Glider or a Gazelle?
A few years back I saw a YouTube video by Todd Kenyon, PhD from www.TTBIKEFIT.com. He was comparing the two primary running styles of elite ironman triathletes. He called the 2 running styles, gazelles and gliders.
Shut Up and Dance
Well it’s that time of year again — to review what’s happened in the past year and set goals and resolutions for the new-year. This past year I finally met one of my longtime goals; I completed a marathon in Milwaukee, WI. As I’ve found with other big life events, this marathon came with the […]
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