“Just Like Riding a Bike”

First of all–WOW!–thank you for those of you who read, shared, and interacted with last week’s post, “Don’t be an Optimist: The Stockdale Paradox” (it was a LOT of you)! For those of… Continue reading

Why Bracing Doesn’t Work

Ankle braces, back braces, elbow braces, wrist braces. Need I say more? Throughout our clinics, we see a LOT of them. And, I’m sure you see them everywhere you go as well. They’re… Continue reading

Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies…Walk too Soon

Anyone who’s a music fan is familiar with the old Waylon Jennings song, Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys. It’s a classic and one that, whether you’re a country… Continue reading

Light Up Another Cigarette

I’m not a smoker, but chances are that you are, and you might not even realize it. No, I’m not talking about some new smoking study claiming that smoking is on the rise… Continue reading

2016: The Year You FINALLY “Try Everything”

If I’ve heard it once, I’ve heard it a thousand times. In fact, it’s uttered on a daily basis in our clinics. We hear it from the most desperate of clients. The ones… Continue reading

The End for Peyton Manning?

If you’re a football fan at all, then you’ve followed the career of Peyton Manning. While you may not have done it intentionally, it’s hard not to have followed his career throughout the… Continue reading

The NEW Egoscue University Website!

I wanted to make you all aware of some cool changes that are happening around Egoscue! Not only did we launch a new http://www.egoscue.com a few months ago, but Monday marked the launch… Continue reading

Explaining the Non-Contact ACL Tear

The knee joint. Apparently, it’s fragile. I wasn’t aware of it, but it’s becoming more and more obvious. We shouldn’t run for fear of doing irreparable damage to it. We shouldn’t jump too… Continue reading

Airbench for the Armed Forces

The United States Military. Those four words have an aura about them, a weight to them, a swagger that accompanies them. I’m continually in awe of our military soldiers’ sacrifice and dedication to… Continue reading

Your Pain is Genetic

Obviously genetics play a huge role in making you, well…”you.” We all have DNA from our parents that has woven itself into what we see when we look in the mirror. Our genetics… Continue reading