I see back pain on a regular basis, actually closer to a daily basis, and I see everything from acute low back pain, SI joint pain, to chronic low back pain and more. I’m sure that if you’re reading this either you or your closest friend, co-worker, or family member has had it before. In fact, one in four people experience back pain in their life.
In this episode we have the honor of speaking with Retired Philadelphia Flyer, Brian Propp. Brian is not only a 5-time NHL All Star and record holder for the most points by a left winger in playoff history; but he is also a stroke survivor. Brian talks candidly and explains how he survived, recovered and overcame the many challenges that face stroke victims. Sharon Thomas, MSN-Ed, BSM, RM from Phoenixville Hospital Tower Health discusses the most important things we should know about the Signs & Symptoms of Stroke. Learn about cheese, the health benefits and how to make a delicious cheese board, finally discover why paying attention to how you move is so important. We have an exercise of the week and so much more all on Today’s episode of My Fitness Rx. Be Fit, Be Healthy, Be Happy! Continue reading “MyFitnessRX Episode: Surviving a Stroke”
Discover the benefits of “RipFit” a unique high intensity workout. Learn how to make Honey Whole Wheat Bread and explore the importance of grounding, earthing and why going bare foot is a good thing to do. All that and a whole lot more on this episode of My Fitness Rx – Be Fit, Be Healthy, Be Happy! Continue reading “MyFitnessRX Episode: Baking Bread”
In today’s action packed program not only do we learn about coffee brewing but we also experience a coffee cupping. Not sure about Brussels Sprouts … Chef Tim Smith’s recipe is a must try, it’s a yummy, easy way to Eat Healthy. We Get Fit with a pre-exhaustion workout from Coach Erik Miller and finally Dr. Arianne Missimer Keeps Us Happy with proper breathing techniques that can reduce stress. All that and a whole lot more on YOUR and My Fitness Rx! Continue reading “MyFitnessRX Episode: Coffee Brewing”
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What Up, Get Up Nation? My name is Ben Biddick, the Host of the Get Up Nation Podcast and Co-Author of Get Up: The Art of Perseverance with former Major League Baseball player and CEO of Lurong Living, Adam Greenberg. Recently I had the honor and privilege of speaking with Doctor Arianne Missimer. Continue reading “Get Up Nation Podcast Episode 55”
2 months before her wedding Arianne was diagnosed with cancer – and accepted the challenge of returning to health – and helping others. Through mindset, nutrition, and movement we can overcome our challenges. Arianne shares her secrets to success as a physical therapist, cancer survivor, and American Ninja Warrior competitor to help you overcome the challenges you’re facing right now.
It began with a simple urging from her future husband.
Arianne Missimer had played basketball at St. Mark’s High, studied dietetics and fitness at the University of Delaware and earned a doctorate in physical therapy at Neumann University.
Along the way, she’d become an expert in physical conditioning, adept at helping others reach optimum levels of fitness through various forms of movement. She was 22 when she opened her own fitness center.