Dr. Whitney was invited to write for PetMD to talk about dogs and back pain. Come check out the article, but it only includes a fraction of what she provided. See the full content here!
We begin our lengthy series of post, outlining our evaluation and treatment system. This series will be written for the public and clinicians alike.
We think most people are missing the point AND using the wrong equipment. The most common piece of equipment in any gym is widley overused, widley misused, and has a better replacement that improves strength and reduces injury at the same time.
I have had a really good time lately working with meditation. I say “with” on purpose here as I am not really working ON meditation as it is really not a well defined objective or skill. I can work ON deadlifting because the goal is very concrete and, therefore, has very linear thoughts and steps…
Opportunities to help should not be taken lightly. If you have the ability to help someone, you should do it, and figure out the logistics later. Things like reimbursement and time should be secondary. We always “Treat first.” Sometimes this has us lose a little. Most times it gives us much more in return, as Dr. Q experienced with the Portland Fire Department.
This writing is not about how to lose weight. It’s about how to recognize what body fat really is, a symptom of a larger problem. This creates significant changes to how we manage weight loss and the tools used to created long term body composition changes.