Monthly Archives: August 2013

On: Post-Partum running

Happy Friday! My colleague and dear friend is finishing up her PhD with a research study looking at post-Partum runners. This research will greatly contribute to how we in the medical field treat this population. There is just a short, … Continue reading

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Ask a Physical Therapist Anything

This is my 77th post after 7 enjoyable months of sharing my workouts, recipes, and running information on this website to my 70 and growing followers and close to 7000 thousand casual viewers. In honor of this occasion, I want … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Minimalist Running

Since the 2009 release of Christopher McDougal’s book Born to Run, the minimalist running movement has experienced a resurgence of popularity with a subsequent release of various minimalist running shoes. As a result, philosophical camps have formed both in support … Continue reading

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On: Gluten Free Summer Pasta

This lean recipe is inspired by the wonderful garden vegetables collected from both my garden and that of my neighbors. The freshness of the vegetables lends to great taste which requires very little in additional seasoning. Ingredients: 2 cups Gluten … Continue reading

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Gluten Free Chicken Pasta Salad

Summer bar-b-que’s and cookouts call for side dishes of various sorts. This lean dish served cold compliments anything your grill master can fathom. The best part is, both the glutenphile and gluten-intolerant will enjoy it!   Ingredients: 8 oz dry … Continue reading

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On: The Gluten Free Appetizer

Whether hosting a formal gathering or an impromptu get together with our close friends, I love entertaining. Anti-pasta platters with easy to manage ingredients are always a crowd pleaser, and most of the time, my guests do not even know … Continue reading

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5 exercises for Foot and Ankle Pain

There are many causes of foot and ankle pain, both biomechanical and due to injury. The pain may build up over time until it becomes a barrier to running and exercising, or it may begin after a sharp sprain to … Continue reading

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