Feed Your Brain!


About my Book: Body in  Balance At the core of Body in Balance is a goal of improving your skill power or brain health to help you shift your mindset and begin thinking toward a more natural, healthier way of exercising, training, and living—and one that challenges some commonly held assumptions around nutrition and popular …

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Exercise, Longevity and Your Neural Health


What should I know about the role of exercise and longevity? I was recently asked this question by Emma Picard of the Attleboro based Sun Chronicle for their weekend edition focusing on Longevity  (read her article online here).  My response was simple yet this answer is often ignored and its effectiveness overlooked.  As PT’s we …

Higher exhaled carbon monoxide levels linked to increased stroke risk


According to a study presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2015 and reported by American Heart Association News, high levels of exhaled carbon monoxide was associated with a greater risk of future stroke and transient ischemic attack among seemingly healthy adults. Carbon monoxide is produced naturally by the human body as a signaling …

Body in Balance Book


A Plan to Take Action! Body in Balance-Amazon Best Seller in Preventive Medicine Whether you are recovering from short term illness or are struggling with how to maximize your recovery after a more serious  setback like a stroke, you need a plan to take action.   Before you begin, consider using Body in Balance as a …

Best Home Stroke Recovery Tips


There are many great questions still coming in from my goal setting webinar for home stroke recovery.  If you attended the live event or rebroadcast and I wasn't able to answer your questions live, I think I am now caught up and those answers are now in the members area.  Here's one of the questions …

Test your balance and assess your stroke risk?


News from the American Heart Association’s journal Stroke reported on a study  from Japan that demonstrates how a simple balance test may be related to your brain health and risk of stroke and cognitive function. The authors of this balance research reported that struggling to balance on one leg for 20 seconds or longer was linked to …