Iron-deficiency Anemia: do I really have to eat red meat?

My discussion here stems from my personal frustration with my borderline anemia, and how across the medical community the common recommendation for anemia is to eat “leafy greens and red meat”. Why red meat? My diet is primarily plant-based, and I get frustrated when I’m told that I must eat red meat to improve my […]

Redefining Physical Therapy in the Time of COVID: Time for Innovation

Change is often driven by necessity, whether due to a crisis or a feeling of dissatisfaction. During times of duress, current structures are challenged and pushed leading to innovation or failure. During the 1918 Pandemic, many of our current established hygienic principles were developed during that era. At that time no antibiotics or vaccines existed, […]

Shoulder Impingement: Looking Beyond the Shoulder

Let’s start with a simple case study: Liz is an 18yo female who comes into the clinic with a complaint of anterior shoulder pain. Liz is training for her college volleyball season and has had on and off shoulder pain all throughout high school, but now that she has a scholarship for college and she really […]


Do you have trouble concentrating? Are you easily distracted? I know I am! This new generation where we easily have access to many different products, answers, and media, is now facing the difficulty of focusing. We are taught to be efficient and productive with the time that we have, yet all the social media and […]