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Top Questions About Your Knee Pain: From The Vault

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Be Flexible Like Gumby

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The 2 Things You Must Do To Fix Your Knee Pain

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Painting A Picture of Health

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Fuel Your Day; Food As Medicine

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Do You Need To Change?

The thought of change is overwhelming to some, myself included but in this post I will show you how you can get over the fear of change and start to move the needle in a positive direction.  Ask my friends and family and they will tell you I am pretty set in my ways. I am the type of person that finds something I like and I will stick to it. It could be a certain type of food, clothing, shoes or my morning habits you name it and I am set.  Now this doesn’t mean I won’t change. I...

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What Is That Strange Sensation?

It was a long hot day on the bike and my legs were screaming. We were 60 miles into the ride and had another 10 to go. This was not a race but a very aggressive group ride.  Everyone in our group was worn down and we could feel the pace starting to slow. Then we started a downhill section and I went to the front of the group to drive the pace.  After a minute of a hard effort I looked back and found only one rider with me. Instead of slowing down we kept the pace high...sorta an...

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Achieve High-Performance Health Part III

Achieve High-Performance Health Part III Over the last two blog posts I have discussed The MAGICAL 5 Phases of Healing Process we use to help you recover from an injury or surgery quicker so you can return to doing the things you love.  What are The MAGICAL 5 Phases of Healing?  Minimize Pain and InflammationRestore Mobility, Flexibility and StrengthReturn to Normal Function and ActivityMaintenance and Injury PreventionPerformance Enhancement Over my 23+ years of experience I have also identified 5 distinct phases our clients go through to help them recover and return to the life they want to live. It doesn't...

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Learn How To Handle Any Problem

Learn the 3 Ds of Handling Your Pain  Did you know that up to 70 percent of adults suffer with shoulder pain at some point in their life…so you are not alone I personally have suffered with shoulder pain in the past and don’t need to tell you how aggravating and painful it can be.  When Judy and I bought our house 19 years ago we decided to plant some trees. We went to a local nursery (A&M in Azle) and bought several trees. In our excitement as new homeowners we didn’t consider the difficulty in digging holes and planting...

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Achieve High-Performance Health Part II

In a previous blog I discussed my struggles with lower back pain and how I was dealing with a recent flare up and setback. You can read about that here.  If you recall I progressed through the first two phases of The MAGICAL 5 Phases of Healing Process we use to help you recover from an injury or surgery quicker so you can return to doing the things you love.  In this post I will cover Phase III to help you understand the middle part of your journey.  What are The MAGICAL 5 Phases of Healing?  Minimize Pain and InflammationRestore...

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Achieve High-Performance Health

This is a 3 part series that will help you either continue or return to doing things you love by learning how to Achieve High-Performance Health.   Back pain can be one of the worst types of pain. It can come on without warning and can last for days, weeks and months.  Recently I had a really bad flare up of my lower back pain. If you have been around long enough you may have heard my story about my back while I was on vacation in Hawaii celebrating 20 years of marriage. I am not sure if it was sitting...

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Respond vs. React?

Are they the same thing? I say NO.  I hadn’t thought about the difference until a year ago while sitting in a workshop for entrepreneurs. For as long as I can remember I have had a full schedule day in and day out. You could even say I thrive on it. The problem is I was in reaction mode.  Years ago when I was working on my doctorate I would work all day and then spend several hours a night studying or writing papers. Heck when Judy was pregnant with Sydney and going into labor I was in the office...

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Mindset Resilience: How Tough Are You?

What is resilience and how do you build it? Resilience is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. It’s toughness combined with flexibility.  Hundreds of books and blogs have been written on resilience on both what it is and how to build it.  From concentration camp survivors and struggling POWs to those stuck in our recent pandemic, those who have resilience or are able to build it that will not only survive, but thrive.  Let’s look a bit closer at resilience and how it can apply to your health journey both mentally and physically. My Own Experience with Resilience Years...

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The Kaizen Method: Improve Your Process...

One of the most influential books that I read in 2019 was, “One Small Step Can Change Your Life” by Robert Maurer Ph.D. A good majority of the book talks about “Kaizen.” Kaizen is defined as using very small comfortable steps to improve a habit, a process, or product. Essentially, Kaizen encourages you to use very small moments to inspire new products and inventions.  Let’s look a bit deeper at what Kaizen is and how it can help you reach your goals. Why Kaizen? After reading Dr. Maurer’s book, I made Kaizen my word of the year for 2020 to...

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