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My Personal Weight Loss Journey (Sixteenth in a Series)

Last Tuesday was weigh in day and measurements. I am happy to report that I have finally broken the 25 pounds lost mark. I weighed in at 204 pounds. I have also lost 5 inches from my chest, waist, and hips since I started. I bought myself…
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How One Local Business Reacted When Covid Came Knocking

On Monday, January 4th, Jared McEwen was working at The Fusion Rehab and Wellness clinic’s Fredericksburg location. About halfway through his shift, he began to feel ill. He left the clinic and immediately went to seek medical attention. It…
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My Personal Weight Loss Journey (Fifteenth in a Series)

Wow, Fifteen weeks. Fifteen weeks have passed since I began this journey. I have impressed a lot of people with my weight loss and overall improvements in my health. I am down almost twenty pounds. But something has been going on these past…
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Fusion's Tips for Safely Shoveling Snow

Shoveling snow can contribute to a plethora of injuries to the spine (primarily low back), shoulders, and forearms. These issues typically are a result of excessive bending and twisting the body while carrying a heavy load. Let’s…
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Winter Blues Got You Feeling Down?

Winter Blues is a type of depression that occurs during the shortest, coldest, and darkest days of the year, but dissipates come spring.  According to the NIH, 14-20% of people experience some form of seasonal mood changes, while about 9%…
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My Personal Weight Loss Journey (Fourteenth in a Series)

Happy Tuesday everyone! Fourteen weeks have gone by since I started the journey, and it has been quite a ride. I will say that despite one or two hurdles, I feel like I am on the right path. Last week I weighed in at 205 pounds. Just one shy…
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My Personal Weight Loss Journey (Thirteenth in a Series)

Ok. In last weeks blog we discussed depression and how it can affect things like trying to lose weight. I had a bout of it that lasted a little longer than normal. As a result, I gained a little over a pound and a half. So, I took my own advice.…