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Myth #4:What your doctor told you about exercise that may not be true: Just Stretch It

Welcome to Part Four of our series: 6 Myths Your Doctor Told You About Exercise. For Part 1-3, keep reading and the links will be at the bottom of this article. This post is something that happens quite often when a patient goes to the doctor with back pain. The doctor examines them, takes an […]

Why I Turn People Away

At times, I have to turn people away. It doesn’t happen often, but it does happen. Usually, it’s for one specific reason. It’s because I tell them they will need to do stuff on their own. In other words, they have HOMEWORK! You see, my job is often just to be a facilitator of each […]

Shoulder Pain to Handstand in 2 Visits!

When I met Dr. Justin at a presentation he was giving at Brawlhouse in Mountainside, I knew right away that this was a guy I wanted to work with and continue to learn from. A year prior to us meeting, I had injured my shoulder practicing hand balancing. I stubbornly self-rehabbed, and although i regained […]

I Think I’m Going to Get an MRI…

The famous last words of so many clients and patients that I encounter every day. As you can probably tell by the tone, this may not always be the best course of action. Before I get into it however, let me preface this by saying that I am in no way, shape, or form bashing […]

Setting PR’s While Injured

People who seek out my care are always injured. This is pretty obvious.   What isn’t obvious however, is how we can still have that injured person set personal records while being injured.   This is where people get confused. They often think that we simply ‘push through’ the pain. You know, like the old […]