Action Erases Fear

I talk with clients on a daily basis who are in pain. Some are dealing with chronic issues that have negatively impacted their lives for decades. Others are dealing with acute symptoms that… Continue reading

Paddling Out to Surf

I’ve never surfed, but I’d like to. To me, it’s the perfect combination of athleticism, balance, strength, beauty, control, power, grace and nature. When I watch surfers, I find myself in awe of what they are… Continue reading

When Golf-Specific Exercises Aren’t Enough!

The 2015 PGA Tour season is underway! Tiger is out. Rory is in. And, Rory’s club is in the water. And, you’re working your butt off to get in golf shape. I know… Continue reading

Stephen Jepson is STILL on the Playground

Are you old? If you answered “yes” to that question, I have another question for you. How do you know you’re old? I’ll suggest that the only reason you know you’re old is… Continue reading

The Single Biggest Mistake Made on the Stair Climber

I saw it, and I cringed. Actually, every time I’m at the gym, I see it. Chances are, you’re guilty of it. And, each time I see it, I die a little inside.… Continue reading

Chronic Pain Myth: Your Pain is Due to Your Age

  Over the last three weeks, I have been tackling some of the most common myths our clients are told cause their pain. They are reasons that, when we take a step back… Continue reading

Chronic Pain Myth: You Hurt Because You’re FAT

  The last two weeks I have written about common “myths” that are often attributed to causing chronic pain. If you haven’t read them, check them out: Here is the first installment: Chronic… Continue reading

Chronic Pain Myth: You Just THINK You Hurt

Last week I started a series on chronic pain myths. If you missed last week’s post, “Chronic Pain Myth: You’ll Always Have Pain,” click on over there and give it a read (then… Continue reading

Chronic Pain Myth: You’ll Always Have Pain

How many of you have been told that your current condition is your “forever” condition? Perhaps you have heard one of the following statements (or something very similar!): “Unfortunately, people with your condition… Continue reading

A Yo-Yo on an Escalator

Just the other day, a client and I were talking about chronic pain and the overall “process” of things. We were discussing how overcoming chronic pain can be, at times, an up-and-down experience.… Continue reading