Patience and Sports Medicine

The other day I worked with a young man who is a highschool wrestler. He had injured his back last summer doing a lifting job. He had also sprained his ankle during a wrestling practice. Although he was in a great deal of pain during his practices and matches, the last thing that he wanted […]

Motion is Life – Emotion is Life

This past month, I attended two short workshops in conjunction with the American Dance Festival. They were held in the Physical Therapy department at Duke University. The teacher was a dancer named Amy Dowling. She was teaching dance students how to take dance into the community. Their teaching was a celebration of movement, music and […]

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