Pancreatic Cancer Sucks!

On Monday, Strive2Move had the wonderful honor in the sponsorship at the Ray Buchan Memorial Golf Outing. Ray was a family friend who passed a few years back due to pancreatic cancer. We could not be more proud to be able to support someone and something (Pancreatic Cancer Research) in our local community. Events like […]

Change your spine position, change your back pain

If you have come to me with back pain, it’s very possible we have already spoke about this very thing… However, if you have a family member suffering from back pain, share with them this email as it may just be the thing that gets them over the hump! I talk everyday about strategies at […]

The CrossFit athlete asks the Chiropractor, “Is there such things as good pain?”

One of my competitive CrossFit athletes came in last week with lower back and leg pain. Quickly we were able to classify it as a ‘sciatica’ which I’m sure most of you have heard of before. After the treatment that day, he was able to train that night but was sore the next day and […]

This advice may save you from injury AND help you reach your fitness goals…

I think this article¬†from the NY Times reminds me that it is a great time to speak to some of the most common problems I see from folks starting into fitness programs. Yes, the title of the article is intriguing (As Workouts Intensify, a Harmful Side Effect Grows More Common) and the condition that the […]

Why you should NOT buy the most expensive mattress…

Each and every week, I get asked questions about sleep. More specifically, I get asked about bed choice. “Maybe I need a new mattress.” “Should I flip my mattress?” “My husband snores!” (I don’t have a solution for this one ;)) Anyway, the answer I always give about mattress choice and sleep is, “It depends.” […]

When fixing back pain, the answer is often in doing the opposite…

It seems that in my practice, certain injuries and issues come in spurts. As in, I won’t see a sciatica or lower back patient for a few weeks and then I get three in a row. Of late, it seems that my advice for injuries has been in doing the opposite of whatever that person […]