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When I started this blog in 2012 I thought my life was over and I said in this ‘About Me’ section that “I used to be a physical therapist.” Now, I’m back to work as a physical therapist with an ENTIRELY different perspective and treatment methods.

I had a massive stroke at the age of 30. It’s a lot more common for a young person to have a stroke than anyone thinks. I could’ve taken a continuing education course about strokes but I decided to have one instead. I’m getting a much better education this way.

  • My First eBook

    As promised, here is eBook #1. This one has to do with all things gait. Everything I’ve talked about on this blog regarding issues with walking are in this book – and exercises that may help to make it better…. Read More ›

  • It's like eggs…

    I had an appointment with a cardiologist recently because I was considering getting my PFO closed. I decided against it because well, I’m not putting myself through another surgery. As minimal as it might be, no. If you don’t know… Read More ›

  • Grounding/Earthing

    I remember that years ago, someone had left a comment on my blog asking me if I had ever heard of Earthing. I hadn’t. And I also didn’t read about it or research it. At the time, it sounded like… Read More ›

  • Lean Forward

    It’s hard to get up from a couch sometimes. Especially a really big, soft, cushion-y one. Sometimes, I have to adjust a bunch of times in order to stand up from a couch. Doing the following will make that activity… Read More ›

  • TV

    My husband and I binge watch lots of shows. Lots. Recently, we watched ‘The Crown.’ There were a few strokes in there. Now, we’re watching ‘Succession’. First episode, the father has a stroke.  I had on some stupid sitcom the… Read More ›