How a physical therapist helped me through my lowest point, Part 7

**If you are new to my blog and would like to start at the beginning of this series, click here.**   From the elliptical trainer, we moved on to some very gentle weight lifting and core exercises. For reasons neither Tim nor I understood, the hospital he worked at had recently made the decision to … Continue reading How a physical therapist helped me through my lowest point, Part 7

How a physical therapist helped me through my lowest point, Part 6

**If you are new to my blog and would like to start at the beginning of this series, click here.**   Part 6: Re-adjusting my concept of what is “dangerous." When I was running long-distance in high school, I’d really pushed my limits.  Pain didn’t scare me as much as my irrational fear of gaining … Continue reading How a physical therapist helped me through my lowest point, Part 6

How a physical therapist helped me through my lowest point: Part Three

This is the third part in a series about an amazing new approach to physical therapy for chronic pain patients, and how the role it played in my life.  To start from the beginning, check out Part One and Part Two. The biggest difference between the type of physical therapy Tim was introducing me to, … Continue reading How a physical therapist helped me through my lowest point: Part Three