Healing 101

When we injure ourselves, whether it’s a broken bone, a sprained ankle or a simple skin cut, all of our tissues follow the same stages of healing; inflammation, repair and remodeling. The stages overlap, one stage flowing into another, with elements of different...

Welcome: A Place to Heal

By: Gema Sanchez, PT It is written on entry mats all over the world. Welcome. You cross the threshold believing you are wanted there, that those who reside there do not mean you harm. That you are safe. But as many of us have experienced, it can be a false invitation...

Lessons on Activism from Haiti

By: Morgan Denny, DPT “Say yes more often.” I found these exact words written on a tongue depressor in my friend, Aron’s, flat in Wellington, New Zealand. It was buried in one of those drawers that houses everything, and yet nothing at the same time. I believe it had...

Flourishing During the Holidays

By: Gema Sanchez, PT Fall and winter are upon us, bringing with them our most active and intense season of holidays and celebrations. The short days and long nights of winter are mother nature’s rest period after the long days of spring and summer. We, like the...
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