What To Do When Your Back Pain Only Shows Up the Day After You Play Golf….

Spring is here in Texas, that means getting outside before it’s 100 degrees at 10 am. Lots of our clients play golf–our office is less than a mile from a country club. More and more of them are coming in and reporting “I feel really good the day I play, but the next day, my…

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Do You Ever Wonder if You Are the Only One With the Courage to Be Authentic? What Does That Even Look Like in This Day and Age, to Be True to Yourself?

Most of these blog topics come from conversations or questions that occur during treatment with clients, and today’s blog is no exception. When peeling back the fascial layers of ourselves, we find all kinds of restrictions–it can be our self image, our self concept, or perhaps, we feel we have to play a role in…

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Texas Mothers: Does Back Pain, Combined With All Those Hours Spent Driving Kids Around, Make It Hard to Be Nice? What if There Was a Different Way to Get Help, Without Meds, or Taking All of Your Precious Time?

Pain is hard on the personality, isn’t it? It’s hard to stay nice to those we love the most when we are hurting. Let’s face it, none of us have extra time in the week…we have family to care for–either ageing parents, or our own children. We have the never ending house projects, and this…

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What Is the Difference From All Those Tools You Can Get on the Internet Vs. What You Do?

I really get this question all the time, and most of the time it’s really hard to answer, because i have not tried out all the tools that you can get on-line….so last week, a client brought this in for me to “check out”. This tool has “fascia” in it’s name, but it is marketed…

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Need a Boost That Does Not Involve Caffeine? Read on My Friend….

There is sooooo much going on this week, can I get an AMEN!!??!! Despite the long list of “to-do’s”, and probably because the weather is so nice, I wanted to share with you a more light-hearted blog this week. It still centers around the fact that as Texas women, we are committed to caring for…

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Frustrated by Arm and Shoulder Pain That Is Making Getting Dressed for the Day Feel Like an Olympic Event?

Life is way too busy to have these little nagging pains turn into situations where we start to lose the ability to do simple things, like put on a bra or apply makeup. It’s almost like we were rocking and rolling along, and we hit one of those birthdays that ends in a “zero” or…

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What if There Was a Different Way for Employees and Employers in Kendall County With Nagging Back Pain to Get Relief Without Wasting Any Time in Their Busy Week?

Pain is one of those invisible factors always trying to pull us off course. It’s hard to be nice to those we love, when we are just trying to get through the day. It robs us of mental clarity we need to be productive at home and at work. Most Americans these days don’t have…

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Have you seen us?

I hope everyone had a good Valentine’s day–we at Monarch PT made sure to have some dark chocolate, just to stay healthy. We also gave out red roses to our clients who had appointments on the 14th. I have been a physical therapist for 20 years and Monarch has been open for 6 years, but…

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Boerne Office Is New and Improved

This is where we started last Friday, a fully decorated office that was good to go…except to grow, we needed to move to a spot across the parking lot…. so, we started the undecorating, moving the light stuff on Friday afternoon to the new space. Leaving the old space looking very sad… the movers came…

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Looking Back, and Moving Forward…

I don’t really like to move, but our little office has done that 3 times in the last 6 years…it’s a little busy this week, so for the blog, I thought I would share where we have been, and where we are going. I moved to Boerne  in 1998 and worked for others as a…

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