One big (mostly) happy family — #PPS2015

I’m getting better at traveling. Although not particularly fond of being away and I’m not sure I’ll ever trade my trusty REI backpack for one of those snazzy 4 caster rollers I see everywhere, I haven’t had to sprint through the airport recently and even the trams in Atlanta have started to make sense to me, so I think I’m improving.  Since I had a few minutes I decided to get my daily news about stories I care about from […]

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The Monthly Feast

Physical Therapists have a role in nutrition – this was recently reaffirmed by the American Physical Therapy Association’s position statement:   THE ROLE OF THE PHYSICAL THERAPIST IN DIET AND NUTRITION HOD P06-15-22-17 [Position] Diet and nutrition are key components of primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention of many conditions managed by physical therapists. It is the role of the physical therapist to screen for and provide information on diet and nutritional issues to patients, clients, and the community within the […]

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Do something…to close the gap.

So it’s 5:17AM and I’m getting ready for my third “race” in 3 weeks. I put it in quotes b/c they’re not really races in the sense that I’ve trained diligently….or that I have any expectation of winning….but there’s a starting gun and people with numbers/bibs….and someone somewhere is running a clock….so they’re races.  In endurance parlance, one might call these “B” or “C” races (“A” races being the one your training plan is geared toward)…..and as I flick through twitter — […]

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