By Theresa Hernandez, Functional Medicine Nurse Practitioner @ Lake Travis Integrative Medicine Theresa Hernandez received her BS in Nursing from the University of Chicago in 2002 and continued her education with a Masters of Science in Nursing in 2006 while working in the pediatric ICU at Rush University Medical Center. She is currently completing her […]
I never thought this could happen to me. The chronic urinary tract infections, the painful bladder, the unpredictable menopausal symptoms, the runaway thyroid and adrenals, the weight gain and yes, the bladder leaks.
I had become my own most complicated patient.
If you’re addressing the physical impact of your habits through bodywork without bringing awareness to the habits themselves, you will most likely continue the patterns that created the pain in the first place, and the symptoms will probably return.
I wanted to share a little of what we will be talking about at our AWC September Monthly Meetup on September 21.
Lyn McCright and I are Board Certified Nurse Coaches. We have been teaching the Principles of Resilience for a little over 3 years. These Principles form a natural paradigm of how mental life works.
By Dr. Qazi Javed: I sometimes imagine the early Greeks like Erasistratus hunched over the human cadaver trying to trace this nerve, which seems to go on and on, and shaking their wise white bearded heads in consternation at not being able to track it fully.