One of the most common complaints physicians hear in their practices is that of lower back pain. I guess if you can go through life and not have LBP, you are one lucky person.
I blame it on the time change and the temperature change. You know, that feeling that you would rather go home and snuggle on the couch instead of doing your afternoon walk, or fitness class, or that work you need to do in the yard.
When Davida Hill began experiencing pain in her left breast, she didn’t give it much thought. At that time, she was on her second deployment to Kuwait as a member of the U.S. Army Reserve. “I thought the pain was from the heavy body armor I had to wear,” she said.
Allie Steen knew something was seriously wrong when she couldn’t remember the number she was supposed to dial to call in sick to work. Later, at a medical office, she couldn’t remember half of her personal information to complete the patient form. That, combined with achy, swollen fingers an…
Haley Proctor enjoys the study of movement. She studied dance in college for one year before enrolling in massage therapy school with her sister. Proctor worked in that field for 13 years before discovering a passion for yoga and reiki, a Japanese technique for stress reduction. Proctor owns…
When thinking ahead to 2017 and what the future is for fitness, it’s easy to see the trends that will be sticking around and the ones that will not. I am always amazed every year how much more sense fitness is making as people learn better and smarter ways to train.
Thanksgiving: It’s the time of the year when we reflect back on our year and verbalize the things we are grateful for. The small things and the big things.