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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

“Bend your knees” is bad advice to save your back. Try this instead…

“If you could only do ONE thing with every person who stepped foot into your office, what would it be?” I often ask myself this very question and I ALWAYS come up with the exact same answer. HIP HINGE! The hip hinge is how we do pretty much everything in life. It’s how we pick up […]

Why a Top Professional Athlete in the World is Following Terrible Medical Advice…

A recent article on was published about the great golfer Rory Mcllroy. As he put it, he has been ‘struggling with it’ (back pain) for about a week and is “going for an MRI scan on Monday just to make sure it’s not serious, and then I’ll see what we do from there.” This seems […]

Looks like the medical community is FINALLY starting to catch on…

When you live in a fish bowl like I do, it’s sometimes shocking to remember what the rest of the world thinks about what I do. You see, so many patients come to S2M and get results. And with that, I forget that others in the medical community are shocked and surprised that we can […]

“I can say that from the bottom of my heart. Rehab, rehab, rehab. Don’t let anyone get in there.”

For those of you basketball fans who have been following the NBA Playoffs, this quote will be familiar to you… It’s from Steve Kerr, former NBA player and current Golden State Warriors coach. For a quick background, Kerr suffered from back pain for years and finally had surgery last year to help repair a ruptured […]

Strive for this: To ‘Be Right’ rather than ‘Having Been Right’

This post was adapted from a newsletter that I put out to our Strive2Move family before heading back to the ANJC (Association of New Jersey Chiropractors) Spring Convention… The topics for the weekend have been pleasantly surprising in that it has been very research based and informed. …For a little background..the profession for years has […]