Pre-Season Guide

The mornings are getting cooler. The sun angle is changing, and dew is beginning to form on the ground. Yes, it’s that time of year again…It’s PRESEASON!  Ten years removed and every August the air still seems to smell like pre-season. I even continue to get phantom butterflies like I have to re-test my mile time… Read More

Are You A Passive Patient or an Active Consumer of Healthcare?

Think about the last time you made a big purchase, say $1,000 or more. Did you go out and buy the first thing you saw? Take one recommendation from somebody? Or did you research it, learn some things, compare it to other options, and select something that was right for you? Most people tend to… Read More

It’s Not a Foot Race

Developing the ability to feel your body and its arrangement is a key aspect of learning how to take care of its movements. If you are a physical therapy patient, practicing this ability will help you to benefit from the instruction you receive in your sessions, and even after you complete your program. If you are a lifestyle athlete, competitor, performer, or any other kind of mover, the knowledge you acquire with this sense will apply to your performance in all of your moving and training, in injury or health.      Read More