While recovering from a labral tear of my hip which required extensive surgery to repair, I experienced the powerful healing benefits of laughter. It changed my life, so I invite you to laugh with me!
I recently learned of a new technology in hearing aides, called “Tinnitus Therapy,” which has been developed to match and digitally cancel out the ringing that the patient hears in their ears.
A frequently asked question (FAQ) that I hear very often from people is “Why can’t I ride on a rollercoaster?”
An attitude of gratitude can be a powerful force in improving quality of life. Feeling grateful for my well-being is one of my strategies I now use to generate more peace, joy and create even more well-being in my life.
In this blog, I am sharing the link below to my Stein Public Lecture, which is now my first ever one-hour television show currently airing on UCSD-TV, entitled “Taking Steps to Prevent Falls.”
Are you someone who feels dizzy when you lie down or roll over in bed? I discuss how you may ease that dizziness…
In order for the nervous system to rest, digest and facilitate deep, complete healing, we each must make relaxation time a priority for our lives.
In my continuing education courses, I often hear my colleagues ask, “Does Everyone Have Adrenal Fatigue?”
“I feel dizzy!” Similar to the complaint of pain, “dizziness” is a non-specific symptom and it can be caused by many different reasons. I share three tips for people who feel dizzy…
Through a series of conversations with my friend and mentor, I was able to get clear on my mission. I am clear that the purpose of my work is…
Did you know I created a YouTube channel to answer your frequently asked questions about dizziness, vertigo, imbalance and unexplained repeated falls?
I am honored to have been nominated and elected by my physical therapy colleagues as a Representative of the San Diego District of the California Physical Therapy Association.
Tonight’s the night! I am pleased to be offering a Stein Public Lecture called “Taking a Stand to Prevent Falls” at UC San Diego Center for Healthy Aging on the issue of falls in the aging population and evidence-based strategies to reduce fall risk.
If you are curious what motivates me, you may find my personal story interesting. I hope you enjoy reading it – laugh with me, cry with me and begin to understand why I care.
The most important thing I do is listen. I listen very deeply to what the patient tells me. I believe there is a healing that occurs when people feel seen and heard by someone who truly cares for their well-being and is dedicated to discovering and relieving all the causes of their suffering.