Health Blog

Over time we become what we do, so get up and move!

December 17th, 2016

The step counter is a wonderful physical therapy tool. For the past 25 years as a competitive runner, weekly mileage has been my primary barometer for fitness. Lately I have also been motivated by my daily step count, which gives me exercise credit for all daily activities not just running. The more I sit the

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Inspiration for runners who believe their best times are behind them

November 21st, 2016

Click below to read my article published in Running Journal http://running.net/read_new/physical-therapy-helped-me-run-237-boston-age-48

My life as a back patient-how I’ve avoided back pain over the past 30 years

October 15th, 2016

Memories of my back injury still haunt me. At 19 years-old I laid helpless and dependent in the hospital for nearly two weeks. My back hurt, and my right leg was weak and numb down to my toes. A CT scan, nerve conduction test, and horrendous myelogram, revealed a herniated disc. Three times per day,

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