Do you have a Q-angle?

Do you have a Q-angle?

In medical terms this condition is called patellofemoral pain syndrome. A term that refers to patients with nonspecific anterior knee pain. This is the most common knee problem seen by specialists. One important concept in patellofemoral joint function is the quadricepts angle (Q-angle). A higher Q-angle increases the lateral pull of the quadricepts femoris muscle […]

To My Readers

To My Readers

I haven’t posted lately, however, I just want to inform you a newsletter will be coming shortly.  Keep watching!  Sign up with a <span style=”text-decoration: underline;”>real</span> email address and you can learn more! I have just attended a three day business advancement course in Denver, CO.  This was tremendously helpful.  I have ideas for books […]

Future books to be forthcoming

Future books to be forthcoming

I’ve been away from writing on my site for quite some time.  I am delving deep in the years of research that I’ve collected.  Finally, I am starting a series of books referencing problems associated with hormonal disregulation. The first book is a primer on the endocrine system.  This system encompasses a group of glands […]

Thyroid and Weight Gain

Thyroid and Weight Gain

Thyroid and Weight Gain Whatever causes changes to make thyroid run on low, consequences happen. The pathway to thyroid weight gain involves changes in brain chemistry (brain fog), carb cravings, weight gain, low energy, depressed mood among other symptoms.  Low thyroid hormone levels lead to altered serotonin and beta-endorphin.  GABA and other neurotransmitters that regulate […]

Rebounding at my IDEAFIT convention

Rebounding at my IDEAFIT convention

I was happy to come home and see all the comments regarding the article I wrote on rebounding exercise.  I just attended the IDEAFIT convention in Los Angeles, California.  What a fantastic educational experience.  Not only are there excellent classes to take (and I took many) but the trade show is outstanding also. I have […]