I planned on blogging again to talk about the cool stuff I’m doing for my MS. Then President Fucking-Feasance took over my brain. So today I’m going to get it all out of my system and move on. Fucking-Feasance? Although … Continue reading Mea Culpa Time
I spent the entire weekend documenting everything I’ve tried for my MS. Thank God for iCal, my Amazon order history and the “purchase” file I keep in my email app. I’m not surprised by the vast majority of medicines, therapies … Continue reading What I’ve Learned from my Eleven Year Shit Show
Are we there yet? I personally thought our Asshole in Chief hit bottom the day he announced his candidacy back in 2015. Perhaps his bottom is coming since he’s officially 2 degrees of separation from the Coronavirus. I sure hope … Continue reading Has He Finally Hit Rock Bottom?
If you’re newly diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, I’m happy to give you my number with the understanding that you may never call me because: A) I’m … Continue reading Living With MS: What I Wish I Had Been Told When I Was Diagnosed
I absolutely love this commercial. It’s a catchy, high-energy advertisement for Hospital of Special Surgery (HSS). The song takes residence in my head as I enjoy the fun, fresh moves of the actors as well as the expressions on their … Continue reading How You Move Is…
I was a few months from finishing yoga teacher training when I received my MS diagnosis. Considering how many people swear that yoga healed their MS you would think being a teacher would be an advantage. It would if I … Continue reading Coming Back To The Mat
This is the 4th Post about my DBS Journey. You can read about my earlier progress via Post 1, Post 2 and Post 3. It’s been almost 4 months since I began using my dynamic bracing system to improve my gait. … Continue reading Learning To Walk By Rolling With Health
This is the 2nd post in a series. Click here for part one. The main reason my brace works so wonderfully is because of its customization. For anyone that works with patients via gait training, rehabilitation, physical therapy, orthotics, and orthopedics … Continue reading The Bracing Process