Monthly Archives: September 2014

Who Dey

Attending a Cincinnati Bengals game has been on my “To Do” list for several years.  I have always admired the Cincinnati skyline in passing to and from Detroit. Pregame, we stopped in Eli’s BBQ for ribs, turkey sandwiches topped with … Continue reading

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Physical Therapy for Meniscus Rehabilitation

Office visits and co-pays have come to an end with Physical Therapy.   My healing will continue at home and in the gym as I rebuild strength and confidence. At times, I feel apprehensive about putting full weight on the left … Continue reading

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Physical & Mental Therapy

I will not let this meniscus tenderness get me down.  Physical therapy sessions will end soon, but training lessons will last forever.  No pressures to crank up the mileage.  I am not registered for any races at this time. I … Continue reading

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Life of a Sports Fanatic

So far, so good with the Trigger Point Needling procedure.  It felt good to loosen up in the pool with a medley of strokes, aqua jogging and 10 minutes in the sauna. I wanted to do Yoga Saturday morning,  but … Continue reading

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Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN)

Before I get into my experience with Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN), let me explain my knee pain diagnosis. I have been going to Dr. Lemmons who prefers to go by Brett.   He practices up-to-date physical therapy at Results Physiology.  … Continue reading

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Louisville Hike, Bike & Paddle

The weather in Louisville cooperated  for another successful Hike, Bike and Paddle to promote healthy lifestyles.  On Memorial Day I focused on the bike portion.  The bike has a new home in Michigan with my nephew Pharrell.  I wasn’t riding … Continue reading

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