Posts Tagged experienced

Atrial Fibrillation and the Endurance Athlete

As a 58 year old competitive cyclist, Dr. Alan Bragman was out for a training ride when he didn’t feel well, so decided to call it a day and pedal easy on home. Then came the shortness of breath and chest pains that got him off of

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Cross Training: The Payoff For A Winter’s Worth of Work

Wanting to get better and stronger in your sport has produced many training regimens over the years and cross training has a solid track record, if you’ll pardon the pun, of coming across with the promised goods. If you are unfamiliar with the concept, it is dead

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Resolved: Starting That Exercise Program

Still have that nagging New Years resolution hanging in the back of your mind? Feeling a little guilty maybe? Well good news for you procrastinators! There is no such thing as being too late to start-up your exercise program. Are you a former athlete who hasn’t participated

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Recent Posts: Dad's Back

Last Conversation of a Father and Son

Last Conversation of a Father and Son

Funny how caregiving is the gift that just keeps on giving. We think it is just about the physical care and emotional roller coaster of caring for loved ones. With their passing comes a whole new package of personal work that circles around to address the many things we ignored during the times of providing care.

Dementia – Hollywood’s Finally Starting to Get It Right

Dementia – Hollywood’s Finally Starting to Get It Right

Dementia, as a plot device for television or film, has never quite lived up to the reality. Usually played for sobbing sympathy or just a tragic underscore to a character, the story line usually leaves out the stumbling’s of the caregivers and their associated confused introduction to their new roles.

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