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The first of the last lasts. Beginning a new adventure, welcome to the starting line…

The first of the last lasts. Beginning a new adventure, welcome to the starting line…

Here in Culpeper, I start my weeks working out with some very inspirational people at 5:30 in the morning … the early morning cycling crew of Powell. Iron men and women that have challenged my body and mind in all the best ways. This morning I was reminded of something very important: The race isn’t the … Continue reading

Handy Nerves.

Handy Nerves.

A patient walked in to clinic today and said: “I get the strangest tingling in my hand when I reach into the back seat of my car. It is just in my palm, my thumb, and my pointer finger…it feels SOOO strange!” Hmmm, ok. Want to give that a try at home? Stretch both your … Continue reading

Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Critical Care Rehabilitation ~ We all have piece to contribute #icurehab

Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Critical Care Rehabilitation ~ We all have piece to contribute #icurehab

This weekend was the second annual Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference at Johns Hopkins Medical Center. We focused on evaluating and discussing the most current research being developed to understand and improve patient outcomes in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).  Perhaps the most potent message from the weekend is the utmost importance of a interdisciplinary team … Continue reading

Sehnsuch nach den fehlenden Stücken

Sehnsuch nach den fehlenden Stücken

I’ve often felt life to be a large puzzle. Not the easy-peasy 100 piecer with some predictable Thomas Kinkade bridge on it…it is  the kind with thousands of pieces, large color blocked fields, and no box cover to sneak a peak at the final picture. The image appears to be constantly changing as more and … Continue reading