Dis-Ease: Tips on Aging Well
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. An old cliché but also a truth. It is simple and to the point. If simple then why are so many people not practicing prevention? Why do... Read More
The Three Bears: Getting it Just Right
Once upon a time… We all know the story of the three bears. Too hard; too soft; just right. Too hot; too cold; just right. As a physiotherapist, my clients tell me how they overdid it... Read More
Arthritis Pain: More Than Medicine Can Help
There are choices you can make that will reduce your arthritic pain.
Why Kicking Your Caffeine Habit Can Give You More Energy
Caffeine was bringing me down A friend gave me an energy drink a few years ago, and told me it didn’t have caffeine in it. I drank it before a hockey game. I experienced heart... Read More
Pain got you down?
“I feel crappy,” one client wrote in an email, and then went on to express poor choices in eating and a lack of motivation for exercise. Here is my reply: I have dealt with depression... Read More
How are you doing?
One of my clients told me her grandson asks her how she was. and she replied, “Perfect.” He replied, “You don’t have very reliable sources do you Grandma.”
Forgiveness as a way of letting go
Trauma There was a recent event involving another person that made me feel both hurt and angry—for the day. I could have stayed hurt and angry longer, carrying the grudge with me... Read More
Therapeutic Use of Self
Blending spirituality with scientific teaching is a challenge in our evidence-based world. The fear is being viewed as a quack.