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Impulsive Adventurer Pt. 2 – Learning Lessons on the Trail

In the summer of 2017 I decided to go for a little walk –  a little 500 mile walk.  If you read my last blog about cycling you’ll know that pre-planning my adventures is not my strong-suit. This story will continue that theme.  To give a little background, I was wrapping up grad school and mending a pretty gnarly injury to my meniscus from about 5 months prior. Of course, I knew that this would be a

Building Confidence, and Changing Perspective

“Everyone is staring at me,” I thought as I slowly pounded my way around the track. My hips and ankles hurt, and my knees felt very uncomfortable. Looking around, there were new moms with strollers, kids playing football on the turf inside the track, and a guy who ran five miles every day, lapping me multiple times and always making sure to say “Hi” and smile.  In the beginning, it seemed like everyone was more confident, thinner,

Best of WNC 2019!

Best of WNC 2019 Winners Announced! Thank you for voting us Best of WNC for 7 years running! We are very proud and grateful that Physio Physical Therapy and Wellness has again been voted Best of WNC in the Mountain Xpress poll. We strive every day to provide the best care for our community and we are honored to be recognized for doing what we love. Physio Physical Therapy and Wellness has now been voted Best of WNC 7 years Running. Because we

Impulsive Adventurer: Cycling Across the Country

I’ve always considered myself somewhat of an “impulsive adventurer”. For better or worse, I like to pick a general direction, start heading that way, and make my decisions as they come to me and not before. It was due to this sort of mentality that, in the summer of 2013, I decided I was going to bike across the country. Bike, as in bicycle. I had previously done a similar, yet smaller cycling trip around

Taking Care of my Body while Bartending

Many years ago, I decided to get a part-time bartending job at a local brewery. I was looking to purchase my first home here in Asheville and like many Ashevillians know, the struggle is real. It’s expensive to live here! So I figured the extra income would be helpful. Little did I know how difficult and taxing my little part-time bartending job would be on my body. Luckily, the knowledge I have gained over the past

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