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Brain Smarts By: Megan Piersol, DPT   There are many ways that you can help keep your brain healthy with just daily activities. When you start doing the same thing over and over again, the brain turns to auto-pilot and tends to not have to stay sharp or work as hard. Ever drive home and realize that you weren’t paying attention and just went through all the motions? That’s your brain on auto pilot. Your brain needs “change ups” to help keep it working better and...
Posted on 2018-12-05
9 Things To Stop To Save Yourself Time, Stress, and Create A Healthy Mind and Body: Part 2 By: Megan Piersol, DPT   It has been about 3 weeks since I last posted on this topic. I hope you have had some time to reflect on, and have success with. The first three things I suggested to stop telling yourself were: stop comparing yourself to others, stop being afraid to fail, and stop focusing on the “can’t.” I am now going to bring up three more things you can stop doi...
Posted on 2018-09-21
Finding Sleep Beyond Counting Sheep By: Megan Piersol Do you spend numerous nights waking up wondering why it has only been an hour since you went to bed? Do you wake up several times in the middle of the night and have trouble going back to bed? Do you have a mind that won’t stop racing at night? Have you have tried most “remedies” for sleep, yet have failed? Have you tried not watching TV, turning off all technology hours before bed, placing blackout curtains in your ro...
Posted on 2018-08-10
What If I Don’t Like To Exercise? By: Jesse Lewis, DPT At this point, you’ve probably been told a thousand times that exercise is good for you.  You can’t go a week without someone mentioning it or seeing some headline about how exercise is good for you.  But what if you hate the treadmill or the thought of going into a gym makes you break out into a cold sweat? Exercise doesn’t have to be structured.  As long as you are active and moving, that co...
Posted on 2018-07-12
Why Your Injury and Recovery is Like the Stock Market By: Jesse Lewis, DPT Do you check your 401K or other retirement accounts every day?  Probably not, and It’s likely because you know that the stock market will go up or down on any given day.  You’re in it for the long-term, though. So if your balance is a little lower today, you won’t worry as long as it is higher next quarter.  If you make steady progress every quarter, you’ll reach your retir...
Posted on 2018-05-29
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