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In Part 1 we discussed what it meant to get started on your fitness goals for 2020. We all have started with a plan at the beginning of the year to only have our plans derailed.  Injuries sometimes just happen. What you do about them is what really matters. I just had to get a toilet replaced at my house. Sounds like fun doesn’t it?  Turns out the brand of toilet in my house had a recall on it because of a manufacturing default that caused it to crack along the tank.  W...
Posted on 2020-02-25
So you’ve decided that 2020 is the year you are going to finally get in great shape. You downloaded some app to track all of your fitness goals and you start to make great progress. You are down five pounds and feeling really good. You mention to your friends that are finally taking control of your health. You begin to plan out meals for the week. You may even get a smartwatch to track your exercise and sleep habits. You are on the right track. This year will be different than the last....
Posted on 2020-02-04
In previous posts we mentioned that you have had 2 weeks of back pain. You finally got into to see the doctor. She offered you some pain meds or to get an MRI. When you brought up physical therapy as an option, your doctor hands you a list with 50 clinic names on it. You begin by calling the first one on the list. Why not? Seems like a good place to start.  Someone answers the phone and first question they ask you “what insurance do you have?” They didn’t even ask you w...
Posted on 2019-05-15
So as we discussed in the first blog post about your low back pain that you have had for over 2 weeks. You aren’t sleeping well at night. You often make audible noises every time you get up from a chair. Your family has begun to wonder if are mimicking a wild animal in nature every time you move. What do you do now? Where do you even begin to figure out what to do? The obvious place to start is to head to Dr. Google to figure out how to address your low back pain. You might even head ov...
Posted on 2019-05-08
So you woke up a few weeks ago with low back pain. You thought to yourself give it a few days and the pain will go away, right? In the past, that is exactly what happened. Why would this time be any different you say to yourself? Two weeks have gone by and you wake up to another morning of slowly getting out of bed. You are starting to think to yourself is this my new normal? Am I turning into one of those people who just wakes up everyday with low back pain? This story is extremely common. ...
Posted on 2019-05-01

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