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  1. 4 New Ask BRs on Dentistry, Picking Up a New Hobby, Christianity & More...

    4 New Ask BRs on Dentistry, Picking Up a New Hobby, Christianity & More...

    I’m 65, just took up golf, and everyone plays better than I do. This is rough on my concentration and confidence.  What do you suggest?  

    Dear BR,

    Do you have something for a golfer who took up the sport at 65? I am nervous when playing with better players and that keeps me from playing as well as I can. -M

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  2. August Boot Camp--Making the Transition from Summer Fun to Serious Training

    August Boot Camp--Making the Transition from Summer Fun to Serious Training

    Here in Ohio, we are excited about the upcoming sports season, but we're holding fast to summer, hoping it lingers for a long while. Though we might be lucky enough to enjoy warm weather a little longer, we can't delay the onset of many pre-fall events, the first yellow leaves, the back-to-school shopping season and that favorite end-of-summer event—training camp.

    August ushers in the beginning of football practice, band and cheerleader camps, soccer, track, lacrosse and cross-country training, a proliferation of marathon and other running events and preparation for virtually any type of amateur or professional sports performances.

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  3. Got Some 10-Minute Imagery To Use with Physical Therapy?

    Got Some 10-Minute Imagery To Use with Physical Therapy?

    Hello! I am a student physical therapist and am working at one of my clinical rotations right now. I have noticed several patients could benefit from guided imagery to help them relax. Do you have any short sessions, between 10-15 minutes? Patients will often have a hot or cold pack, etc for 10-15 minutes and I would love to try a guided imagery session at the same time, since we shut the lights off anyways to help promote relaxation. Thank you for your time.

    Karl

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  4. Guided Imagery Heals Both the Physical & Emotional Wounds of a Sports Injury

    Guided Imagery Heals Both the Physical & Emotional Wounds of a Sports Injury

    Well, the Sports Injury Season is truly upon us, people!

    I can now smile at the memory of the hours and hours spent in the E.R. of Sibley Hospital in Washington DC with various kids – my own and my neighbor's - with their various broken and lacerated arms, legs, ankles, shoulders and noses.

    We had quite a run of visits back in the day, and I'd even learned to be ferociously protective of their faces after the first couple of visits. At the first sight of a very young- looking med student approaching a kid's wrecked face with a needle, I would automatically yell, "Don't touch his face! I want a plastic surgeon down here!"

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  5. When a Kid’s Brain Gets Injured from Sports….

    When a Kid’s Brain Gets Injured from Sports….

    Hello again.

    I recently had a conversation with the father of a 16-year-old, high school sophomore. He told me his son Michael has been suffering from the after effects of a TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) since a collision with another kid at pre-season football practice last August. It's been a slow, frustrating recovery for Michael, and there are repercussions on the whole family.

    What's been hardest on him, the dad says, is the nonstop headaches, fatigue and mental confusion. Michael has trouble remembering things, focusing his attention, making even simple decisions and organizing his daily tasks. He's slower at everything, and of course that affects his confidence. And sometimes he gets so dizzy, he becomes nauseated – that's about as pleasant as being seasick.

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