The 3 Most Harmful Things You Do to Your Back

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If you’ve been following this blog you know that I talk a lot about the importance of getting to the ROOT issue of pain as opposed to CHASING SYMPTOMS… Today I’d like to quickly share with you the 3 most harmful things you can do to increase your likelihood of experiencing back pain…and really any pain:( 1) […]


Can this 2 Minute Routine Fix Your Upper Back Pain?

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I have something I need to get off my chest….I’m frustrated! I’m upset every time I see a TV ad, hear a commercial or come across any advertisement trying to convince you that what you NEED to do about your pain is take a pill, use a cream or numb yourself in one way or […]


Why Stretching is Dead and What You Can Do Instead

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You might find it interesting to learn that as a physical therapist, athlete and coach I don’t do much stretching. I mean…it’s boring, it takes a long time and to be honest I don’t see much benefit in it for the most part.  Sometimes yes…but most of the time no! ==> There are better ways […]


9 Steps to Perfect Health – #7: Move Like Your Ancestors

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There’s no question that regular exercise is essential to health. Our paleolithic ancestors had a different word for exercise: life. For the vast majority of our evolutionary history, humans had to exert ourselves – often quite strenuously – to get food. We naturally spent a lot of time outdoors in the sun, walking, hunting, gathering, […]