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  Last year I signed up to do my first Spartan Beast. 12-14 Miles and 30-35 of some of the most difficult, soul defining, mentally grueling obstacles you can do.  I had completed the Super before which is 8-10 Miles (which turns out to be closer to 13 when you add in some of the obstacles) and new that I could get myself through this, but that I needed to train.  So I did.  I had just come off my Competitive Season for Ultimate Frisbee, was feeling in good shape, and had used...
Posted on 2018-07-25
  Maybe you are hoping it will resolve on its own.  Maybe you think that it’s not a big deal.  Maybe you just know that it is not bad enough to stop you from doing what you need to right now.  What happens when that changes?  It does not take much for an “Annoyance” to slowly become more serious and limit your life.  So why wait to have it assessed by a professional?     Most people feel a little pain, rest, and try to return to what the...
Posted on 2018-07-23
Why do you go to your specific Physical Therapist or Chiropractor? Is it because your friend recommended them? Maybe a family member? Because they take your insurance? Or maybe you thought you had to because it is where your Physician said that they were going to send your referral. While these are all good places to start, they are not necessarily the best reason to choose a clinician for your rehab.  What if you approached choosing a Physical Therapist like you approached buying a car.&n...
Posted on 2018-07-12
Working with people and athletes of all abilities, ages and body types, I have found one strong consistency.  Everyone seems to think that their pain is extremely unique to them and that likelihood of a full recovery is poor due to their dysfunction being ‘different’.  It is not different.  Every human body has the same bones, the same muscles, the same joints, the same basic abilities.  Yes, there are differences in genetic make-up and body shapes but at the ro...
Posted on 2018-07-12
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