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Summertime Relief with Archies!

Are you tired of your parents, children, caregivers, and/or healthcare professionals telling you to stop wearing flip flops?  Want to show off your new cute pedicure, but worried about how your feet will feel afterwards?  Well, I’m here…
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My Personal Weight Loss Journey (Twenty-seventh in a Series)

Sandwich Generation. Noun. A generation of people, typically in their thirties or forties, responsible for bringing up their own children and for the care of their aging parents.   At forty-eight, I am the father to an eight-year-old…
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My Personal Weight Loss Journey (Twenty-sixth in a Series)

It’s nice to be finally getting back on track. With being in Myrtle Beach two weeks ago and dealing with my parent’s health issues last week, this week is seeing a return to a more comfortable pace and routine for me. I try to be flexible…
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My Personal Weight Loss Journey (Twenty-fifth in a Series)

I spent last week in Myrtle Beach helping to open our newest clinic, so we didn’t have a blog or weigh-in last week. To answer the most important question people have asked me, Yes, I did see the beach but spent no time on it. I can confirm…
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My Personal Weight Loss Journey (Twenty-fourth in a Series)

I have finally hit the wall. For the last three weeks my weight has been holding at the 197-pound mark. Last week we talked about staying positive. This week will be a continuation of that idea. I know that many of you have either hit the same…
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My Personal Weight Loss Journey (Twenty-third in a Series)

Positivity has a lot to do with weight loss. Looking back over the past blogs I realized I have been addressing more struggles (both real and imaginary) and not celebrating the victories. It’s important to be able to see the positive things…
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My Personal Weight Loss Journey (Twenty-second in a Series)

If last weeks blog felt flat and forced, it’s because it was. Trying to keep up with this blog after all these weeks and somehow managing to make it seem fresh is quite the arduous task. It’s also because the weeks leading up to last week…
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My Personal Weight Loss Journey (Twenty-first in a Series)

So, two weeks ago I got below 200. I weighed in at 199.6. Quite an accomplishment. I did not hit it on my birthday, but I got there anyway. The real question is, did I stay there? We will find out that answer today. After writing this blog…

Using Nutritional Supplements to Aid in Rehab

Tuesday night I was lucky enough to catch a lecture by a functional medicine physician on the importance of supplements in the healing process.  One of the more underserved things we do have in our arsenal is the recommendation of certain…
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My Personal Weight Loss Journey (Twentieth in a Series)

Last weeks weigh in was 200.2 pounds. 0.3 away from what I wanted. I did say numerous times I wanted to be at 200 or below. I guess if you take away the clothing and sneakers, I made it. But no one needs that image burned into their minds. This…