Health and fitness are, in fact, simple, just not easy. What you must do; move more, make better choices with food, stretch, strength train, etc. is really not complicated. However, making it a part of your lifestyle can be quite challenging. How
Big data is here to stay within the healthcare profession. More and more engineers and data programmers are being hired to sift through the myriad of data that consumes the field. Of concern to executives at the top are certain attributes of
Many of you reading this are going to experience a foot problem at some point in your lifetime. Some of you are even going to develop a chronic condition that will introduce your body to a new level of suffering.
Caregivers... what does that mean? Obviously, it means someone who takes care of others. In this case, seniors 65 and older. Now you might say that 65 is a very young age to need caregiving, but not if you have
Sam is a 90-year-old client of mine who comes into the clinic every day, walks for 30 minutes on the treadmill, then jumps on the elliptical for 15 minutes following by another 15 minutes on the stationary bike. After he’s
As the years roll by, nothing has become clearer to me than the fact that aging successfully requires a lot of work. When it comes to our bodies, nothing rings truer than, “If you don’t use it, you lose it.”
Bill walked into my client’s fitness studio clutching two things: a book and a small piece of paper.
With a sheepish look, he revealed, “My doctor gave me your book and this script to contact you. That was almost a year
In the United States, 11.2 million people were diagnosed with obesity and/or diabetes over the last year.(1,5) These are primary risk factors leading to stroke and total joint replacements, adding another 8 million people per year.(6,7) This means that the