this time of year. . .

This time of year, I see a lot of patients who just. . . don't feel good. Do i have mono? they ask, is it my thyroid? is there something wrong with my stomach? and yes, a few folks do have something going on, but most of us (yes, us) don't need a medical diagnosis... Continue Reading →

multifocal movement

It will not surprise you to know that I like to move. I tried all kinds of sports as a little kid. I’ve danced, run, biked, swam, body surfed, boxed, flowed, rowed, lifted. In motion is my happy place. Yet, true to form, I’ve never picked a single discipline and pursued it aggressively. Yes, reader,... Continue Reading →

Work travel. . . again.

I’m a health-consious person (but you knew that). I set up my daily life to make it easy— walk/bike/public transit. High-quality food in my kitchen, healthy snacks in my backpack, veggies with everything. Breaks for a stretch/walk. Standing and fidgeting as I work. Runs, yoga classes, gym classes surrounding and sometimes interrupting my work day.... Continue Reading →

It’s the iliopsoas, stupid!

What do low back pain, knee problems, poor pelvic alignment, hip popping, and weak glute muscles have in common? Besides the fact that all of these things suck and they are common complaints in my clinic. . . read on. The iliopsoas (the p is silent) muscles run from the lumbar vertebrae (lower back) and... Continue Reading →

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