I’ve had two subsequent visits to the chiropractor since my initial visit and I’ve been pushed, pulled and twisted in more ways than I thought possible! After all that, it’s a wonder I can still walk when I leave there, but ohhhh it hurts so good.
Yes! I went to the chiropractor! Quite unintentionally planned I’ll admit, but it is something I’ve been pondering over the last couple of weeks. I’ve talked to some friends who have made several trips, as well as I found other bloggers with injuries who believe the chiropractor helped them make tremendous progress in their recovery. […]
The iliotibial band is a thick tendinous fascia that originates on the outside portion of the hip and extends to the side of the knee. After activities such as running, walking, or hiking, the iliotibial band can become tight and inflamed. This results in a condition known as iliotibial band syndrome.Iliotibial band syndrome is characterized by pain along the side […]
Finally, after several months of trying to figure out my knee/leg pain, I think I’ve finally found the culprit. Notice I said “I” found the villain ’cause I’ve yet to see a doctor for it……I know I know, nurses make the worst patients! But anywho, after Sunday’s run, the symptoms really became very clear along with the apparent cause.
Starting over applies to me in several areas of my life right now. I’m trying to exercise and run again after straining my knee, after being in a funky funk mood, I’m trying to get back into a rhythm of blogging and lastly, I’m totally reworking my photography website and working on building that business […]
I set out for another run over the weekend. But this time it was different. I left my Garmin at home, put a compression sleeve on my right knee and hoped for the best. But the biggest change I had is that I had no expectations. I set no standard. No worries about distance; I simply wanted […]
I am a runner, personal trainer, coffee drinking, hot flashing 40 something year old. I blog about nutrition, health & fitness, recipes, quirky stories about my family and more. If you're interested, grab your own cup of coffee and stay a while, but consider yourself warned.
Disclaimer: Any information shared on this blog is solely based on my education as a Registered Nurse and Certified Personal Trainer, as well as personal experience and opinion. For specific medical counseling, please contact your physician or a Registered Dietitian.