Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Art of Breathing – Guest Post

Jessica Wolf’s guest article on Carl Stough and the Art of Breathing. Continue reading

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Above Average Speed of Walking Predicts Longer, Healthier Life

Get walking. It’s never too late. And walking speed makes a huge difference to the enjoyment of life as we age. Continue reading

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Experiencing Chronic Pain? Rediscover the Joy of Gentle Movement

People with fibromyalgia or chronic pain will get a definite health boost by becoming more physically active. But it can be hard to increase your physical activity if your body hurts all the time. Before you get distracted by external, quantifiable exercise goals, discover the playful ways you can enjoy the simple joy of body movement. Continue reading

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Sciatica, Part 2: Not All Sciatica is Alike. Don’t Overlook This Important Clue

There are two basic types of sciatic nerve pain. Discover the difference, and you’ll be better prepared to help your doctor get to the root of your problem. Continue reading

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Sciatica, Part 1: How Your Body’s Brilliant Design Keeps You Free of Sciatic Pain Almost All the Time

Patients often ask me why they have sciatic pain or another problem. First things first — you can’t understand why you have pain until you appreciate how your body effortlessly keeps you out of pain nearly all the time. Continue reading

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