Exercise As Therapy for Depression in Stroke Survivors

Tee McNeill, MS Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. For those who survive, there are often several physical, cognitive, mental and emotional hurdles to overcome to restore optimal health. Rehabilitation from a stroke can be a tedious and lengthy (years-long) process requiring determination, discipline and consistency from the survivor … Continue reading Exercise As Therapy for Depression in Stroke Survivors

Healthy Habits to Relieve Neuropathy Pain

How Exercise & Diet Can Manage Pain Associated with Peripheral Neuropathy in Diabetics Day to day living with peripheral neuropathy can be rough, physically and emotionally. I work with several clients who suffer daily with pain, numbness and burning sensations in their hands and feet that impair the ability to function independently in activities of … Continue reading Healthy Habits to Relieve Neuropathy Pain

How To Train Around an Injury After Age 40 -Infographic

Being side-lined by injury can suck. Especially when you typically lead an active lifestyle and enjoy participating in recreational sports and activities. Even if you're mostly sedentary, recovering from an injury can be physically and emotionally exhausting, as you try to navigate through your activities of daily living without aggravating your injury and/or causing further … Continue reading How To Train Around an Injury After Age 40 -Infographic