Reading Time: 5 minutes My husband Randy had his cardiology checkup clearing him to see the doctor every two years now. Thankfully he only had to make visits for a little over three years following his cardioversion and rehabilitation. As you may know, anytime work is done on any electrical system there’s a chance something could go awry.… Continue reading Need Help in Telling Your Client’s Story? Here’s One About Bowling & Rehabilitation!
Reading Time: 2 minutes Recently, I read a cover letter accompanying a Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) signed by a person with an Ed.D., CRC. In the letter, he writes Ms. So & So “never raised her pulse to an acceptable level of aerobic work of which you would expect to see with lifting activities.” What’s Up With That? Recently… Continue reading FCEs and Heart Rates…Where’s the Cardiologist?
Reading Time: 4 minutes I have blogged in the past about motivators and touched on a physical fitness course I took in my final semester at Iowa State University. This was the spring of 1995. In the course, we focused on conditioning and exercise techniques through personal fitness. The course taught me a lot, especially to be humble, to not worry about… Continue reading Exercise and Conditioning Help You Heal…Try Rebounding!
Reading Time: 3 minutes Back on March 12, 2012, I wrote about How My Past has Brought Me to The Present! Part 18 ~ The Student with 2 Brains. I am continuing the story….stepping further back into time. Jacob Alan entered our world on Friday, August 19, 1994. My fall semester at Iowa State University started on Monday, August 22,… Continue reading Fall 1994, ISU and a New Baby Boy…Life!