Posted April 25, 2017
My newest article is now live: A Love Letter to Albuquerque, NM. For 34 years, Albuquerque has been such an important part of my life and the evolution of my clinic—from my first office, NM Myotherapy and Exercise, in 1984, to the current incarnation of MyoRehab that I founded in 1997 with my partner, George Pellegrino.
On June 30, 2017, MyoRehab will be entering the next chapter. I am closing the Albuquerque office and moving back to Rhode Island, where I'm originally from, to be near family. I will continue to teach and treat patients in Rhode Island, and intend to return to New Mexico in the winters to treat patients (and ski!)
I love the New Mexico sunshine and all my patients, colleagues and friends. Thank you for all your love and support through the years!
Posted March 22, 2017
So what does the Lymph System have to do with Fascia? Everything! The Lymph System lives in your Superficial Fascia. The Fascia and Muscles need to be flexible, supple and strong to move the lymph through the lymphatic vessels. In this month's article, Fascia, Muscles and the Lymph System, you'll learn about the effects that trauma and injury to the Fascia and Muscles have on the the Lymph System, and how to treat it as a Manual Practitioner.
Posted December 20, 2016
The knee is a complex joint and can become mis-aligned by injury or repetitive kneeling for work or hobbies. In my January Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction article, I take a look at some causes of knee pain and methods to realign the knee joint and relieve pain.
Posted October 20, 2016
In September I was a presenter at the Integrated Academy of Pain Management (formerly the American Academy of Pain Management), a multidisciplinary organization of pain management and healthcare professionals. The presentation went well, and I had the opportunity to learn about a new pain therapy device that I look forward to implementing in treatments. Find out more about it in my latest article, Pain Therapy Device: Celluma LED.
Posted August 28, 2016
My latest article on Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction is now live! This month I'm discussing car accidents and recurring pain. Even if you have no broken bones, cuts or bruises, you will still suffer with Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction. This is important to know since pain practitioners may only be treating the areas of pain and missing the source of the pain from the Trigger Points in the muscles.