I grew up in the age when the physician knew all. Much like Spock, they were trained in the Vulcan Mind Meld. You never had to tell them anything. They just divined the answer. Therefore, we (patients) were trained not to question anything or add to the conversation. We were programmed to be “the ideal” patient in the office by not questioning the physician. However, once we left the office, we did what we wanted to do. So, it’s no surprise, that we didn’t follow the instructions and that our health outcomes didn’t improve.So, what does patient engagement really mean? ... Read More
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Your “core” is a group of muscles in your torso that primarily serve to stabilize your body and support your spine. These muscles form a type of box. Your abdominals are the muscles in the front and sides of the box. The back consists of muscles running alongside your spine. At the bottom of this box are the muscles in your hip and pelvis. The top is your diaphragm. This entire box contains more than 15 muscles that work together to tighten and control your movement. When you bend down to pick up items and lift them over head all of these muscles are activated. This is why a movement like... Read More
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