Surrender and Back Pain Myth #4

I hope this finds you safe and healthy. This week has a lot of emotions floating around for many of us. Some may be sad or angry that they can’t see their families for the holidays… others may feel relief that they don’t have the obligation to see their family.

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Back Pain Myth #3

This is part 3 in a 4 part series regarding myths and truths about low back pain. You may feel some challenges or biases come up if you haven’t heard these statements before. It is ok to challenge your mindset and look at various perspectives. ​Myth #3: My physician told

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Back Pain Myth 2

This is part 2 in a 4 part series regarding myths and truths about low back pain. You may feel some challenges or biases come up if you haven’t heard these statements before. It is ok to challenge your mindset and look at various perspectives. ​Myth #2: My MRI from

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Back Pain Myth #1

For the next 4 weeks, we are going to be discussing the myths and facts surrounding low back pain. You may feel some challenges or biases come up if you haven’t heard these statements before. It is ok to challenge your mindset and look at various perspectives. ​Myth #1: I

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Setting Boundaries and The Fourth Trimester

One of the most insightful lessons I have learned this year has been understanding my boundaries. This practice is constantly evolving and I’m sure I will never be perfect at it, but I will try my hardest. What are boundaries? Boundaries are different for everyone, but for me personally, boundaries

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The Love/Hate Relationship with Imaging

Oh imaging…. it’s a blessing and a curse. Since we don’t have x-ray vision (how amazing would that be!), we have to rely on imaging to know what is going inside your body. As humans, we wish our bodies were just like a car… if a part is chipped, cracked,

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Lesson on Time and Hamstring Flexibility

Another month of 2020 has left us and a new one is beginning. I feel this year has definitely been measured more by actual time and not by significant events. But what is time, really? Sometimes, time feels slow and mundane. Other times, time feels chaotic and all consuming. I

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Are You Eating Enough Calories?

We are on the sassy train this morning! Patients sometimes give us a weird look when we ask them if they are eating ENOUGH calories. In the current diet culture, we are led to believe that most people need to lose weight by cutting calories, exercising more, and eating *good*

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