Through the last couple of years, I have found out that I am good at getting rid of other people’s pain. I see many clients and 90% of them are in some kind of consistent discomfort or pain throughout the day. When they come to me, most just want to get into some kind of […]
One of my biggest peeves…when people (mostly women) tell me that they only want to “tone” and they “don’t want to build muscle.” I have news for you…toning is a misnomer. Muscles grow or muscles get smaller. You get fat, or you lose fat. It is as simple as that. “Toning” refers to building enough […]
Posted on 06. Nov, 2011 by Keith Scott.
Many people have been through weeks or months of physical therapy to treat their chronic pain or injuries, only to have their hopes diminished in a flash when their insurance runs out and they have to discontinue their treatments. It is an all too common theme in the therapy world. Others find relief quickly and […]
Rotator Cuff tendonitis is a condition that many people suffer through and although it is very treatable, numerous people fail to treat it correctly resulting in recurring pain and inflammation. Good rotator cuff tendonitis programs recognize a multi-discipline view and these programs ensure a better rate of long term success. Rotator cuff tendinitis is usually […]
People complain about having shoulder pain all of the time. Usually, I get a gym member, friend or even a stranger approach me about how their shoulder started hurting during their training routines. Sometimes people use shoulder pain as a reason to stop training all together. Other people train right through the pain, not realizing […]
Sometimes in life you have to take a stand…one way or another. You have to pick sides…you have to make a choice and once you do, you have to run with it. There can’t always be a middle. There can’t always be a safe zone. Sometimes you have to take a chance and go for […]
“Mr. Hand: Why are you continuously late for this class, Mr. Spicoli? Why do you shamelessly waste my time like this? Jeff Spicoli: [long pause, but then with complete truth in his answer] I don’t know. Mr. Hand: [Mr. Hand goes to blackboard and writes the words 'I Don't Know', then underlines them] [reciting] Mr. […]