It's go time!

Being MIA for most of August once finals ended had been great! I really needed the down time after finishing my third consecutive semester since beginning back up at SFU last fall. 332 more words

Get Knee Pain Relief

Knee pain can have many underlying physical and even mental and emotional effects on people who suffer from it. Typically, its causes are preventable and curable, but once it takes a hold of a person, that person is prone to giving up and living life immobilized or handicapped, thus causing them to change their behavior towards loved ones and everyday life and everything in general. 294 more words


Managing Osteoarthritis

By Dr. Brian McDonough, Medical Editor

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Osteoarthritis is a condition that occurs as the protective cartilage in the joints wears down over time – it’s more common in people over 50 and people who are overweight. 123 more words

Watch + Listen

Three Point Oh

When I was in the pool last night, I just couldn’t stop. I was swimming laps in the outdoor pool because the indoor lap pool has been closed for the last few weeks for routine maintenance and painting. 271 more words


Eek! That kinda' burns.

A lot of biking and too much sitting in the car has left ye old SI joints (the low, low back) very testy.

To restore order and still get some hard work in, I’ve spent the week exploring variations in 4-minute wall sits. 193 more words


Good News from the Doctor!!!

Hey All,

I went to the doctor today and I got several pieces of good news. So for the past three years I thought that I was diabetic. 451 more words

Blogging A Book

Best Exercises for Knee Pain

The latest on my knee is…no healing. The dead bone is still there, with only minimal improvement 8 months later. I have spoken to two orthopedic surgeons, both of them recommend surgery: one a partial knee replacement, and the other a core decompression with stem cell transplant. 329 more words