Pain and Perfection in Ballet Dancers, Part I

Professional ballet dancers train their bodies for high performance aerobic endurance, muscular strength, and good joint stability. But, they risk significant musculoskeletal injury from the demands of training and performance. Mary Helen Bowers, acclaimed ballerina who trained Natalie Portman for her Academy Award winning role in Black Swan shares how she overcame her own injuries …

The Benefits of Yoga for Pain

Yoga is one of the top 10 most popular alternative medicine therapies for health. It is 4,000 years old and has been used as a method for physical and spiritual healing for physical and mental well-being. Along with massage and Pilates, consumers rate yoga equivalent to prescription medications for easing low back pain and can …

Let’s Get Real: Resolutions You Should Actually Keep

What’s your New Year’s resolution? The same question is asked every single year on the same day. January 1st is fast approaching. Are you ready to start achieving your goals? For the month of January, we will be talking about the New Year and how to create a year-long game plan for yourself to follow. …

Ways To Stay Active As the Temperature Drops

As the temperature begins to drop, so do many of our activity levels.  It is important to remain active through colder months and get creative with your exercise and diet routine.  It is easy to become complacent when the weather is not ideal, but with these simple tips we can keep you on track for …

Easy Steps to Fitness, Wellness, and Weight Loss, Part II

Many people feel that exercise will make their pain worse, or lead to more damage. On the contrary, exercise can have the opposite effect, especially for low back pain. Mark Sisson join us once again. He’s made health and fitness his life’s work.  Mark’s the author of, The Primal Blueprint, he blogs at Mark’s Daily …

Easy Steps to Fitness, Wellness, and Weight Loss, Part I

Many people feel that exercise will make their pain worse, or lead to more damage. On the contrary, exercise can have the opposite effect, especially for low back pain. Mark Sisson joins us today. He’s made health and fitness his life’s work.  Mark’s the author of, The Primal Blueprint, he blogs at Mark’s Daily Apple, …

How to Prevent Pain

Millions of adults across the United States live with chronic pain. While you cannot mitigate all of the biological, psychological, and lifestyle risk factors associated with chronic pain, you can work to promote your own healthy lifestyle habits which helps decrease some of these risk factors. Developing and maintaining good physical and mental health routines …

Mastering the Freedom from Pain: Revolution in Motion

We’ll discover how people can heal old injuries, prevent new ones, and master the freedom from pain to reach an optimum level of wellness and longevity. Our guest, Dr. Edythe Heus is an advanced chiropractor and kinesiologist while also being regarded as a gifted healer.  Her remarkable exercise system is called Revolution in Motion.  Adding …

Heart Pain: Sounding the Alarm, Part III

You’re feeling some indigestion after a meal, and then a little chest heaviness. It’s probably nothing. Or is it? If you’re a woman, you could be having a heart attack and not even know it. How can we distinguish a heart attack from other chest pain symptoms? Amy Silverstein was born with a rhythm problem called …

Heart Pain: Sounding the Alarm, Part II

You’re feeling some indigestion after a meal, and then a little chest heaviness. It’s probably nothing. Or is it? If you’re a woman, you could be having a heart attack and not even know it. How can we distinguish a heart attack from other types of pain in the chest? Our guests today will lead …