Wondering if marijuana might help your pain, digestive issues, insomnia and anxiety? Maybe you’re thinking you want relief from your issues but do not want to get high or maybe the stigma around marijuana use has kept you away. In this episode Doc J talks about what changed her opinion on medical marijuana, the difference between CBD oil, THC and CBD combinations, edibles and the safest ways to consume medical marijuana.
Struggling with chronic low back pain? Can’t stand, walk, run or workout for long periods of time because of your back? Did you know that most back pain is coming from your pelvis? Most of the time our back locks up due to weaknesses or imbalances in pelvis muscles. Our sedentary lifestyles and desk jockey jobs, even if you have a standing desk, cause us to have tight hip flexor muscles while our gluteal muscles become weaker leaving us with back pain and stiffness. In this episode Doc J talks about how to not let your desk jockey job cause you to miss out on life’s adventures.
How your ankles move and look says a lot about your overall health. If they swell that means you have circulation issues, same thing goes for sock lines and that’s a sign of poor health. If you have sprained your ankle or your ankle rolls frequently you’re more likely to have knee, hip and low back pain. In this episode Doc J discusses the importance of maintaining your ankle mobility to keep you pain free and sexy for life.
Chronic low back or knee pain keeping you from all the epic things you want to do? Can’t seem to keep your hamstrings from tightening up on you during workouts? Shin splints keeping you from running? Your feet are your shock absorbers and the propulsion engines that keep you walking, running, and jumping. Are you taking care of them like you should? Too many of us focus on only the parts of our body that hurt and forget about the crucial role of the feet in our overall health. In this episode Doc J talks about how taking care of your feet is critical to prevent pain, enhance your athletic abilities and keep you spry well into your 100’s.