“I have been on your program for three weeks now. I went to my primary Doctor at the end of November and my blood work did not come out good. She sent me to a Hematology and Oncology Doctor as I had two bad tests in a row six months apart. I went into see (my orthopedic surgeon) for my wrist (which is feeling great) and the next day I went to see the specialists. Needless to say, my anxiety level was very high. I received another blood test and hooray it was normal. Now I am thinking you must have an excellent program and am very happy with the way I feel. And today I took a 4 mile walk around the Marina. I am going to pass the word around about your program…”
– Margaret, Active Retiree
“I have struggled with chronic hip pain for years due to severe arthritis. I have undergone a hip scope already and am trying to keep from having more surgery for as long as possible. With that the SOAR Into Healing program has really helped me commit to lifestyle changes like nutrition and sleep that really impact my pain and function. I have been able to remain active physically for myself and my family with less pain and less need for pain medicines.”
-Connie Wray – Morning Radio Show Host
“I have struggled with chronic neck and back pain as well as a repetitive hand cramps from playing piano. Using the supplements and changing how I ate resolved my chronic spinal pain.”
– Mr R
“I have struggled with chronic pain for years leading to daily use of NSAIDs. I used the SOAR supplement daily pack and was able to wean off my daily NSAIDs. My pain is better too.”
– Dr. W, MD
“I have had multiple knee surgeries in the past year. The most recent was an ACL revision. With my most recent surgery, I began the SOAR INTO HEALING program immediately after surgery. As compared to past knee surgeries, this one has felt the best. I have had minimal pain and only used pain medication once. I focused on eating, movement and supplements. I would definitely use this program again.”
- Dr. R, MD
1. a return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength.
2. the action or process of regaining possession or control of something stolen or lost.
1. the dismissing or refusing of a proposal, idea, etc.
1. the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness
A dear friend recently shared her story of rejection as a means of healing her heart. Coming forth publicly and being honest to the people in her life allowed her to begin a personal revival of her life.
I thought about my own experiences in rejection that I have been scared to share for fear of retribution upon my family, me personally and judgement from others. And yet, as I hold onto my rejection story I continue to give it power. Current events in my life have exposed me for who I am. An avoider. Avoidance and healing are not the same thing despite temporarily feeling better.
Chaos: a state of utter confusion; the inherent unpredictability in the behavior of a complex natural system
I recently went to a gathering of female entrepreneurs where the guest speaker shared her expertise on how to thrive in chaos. I personally love things that both make sense and are concise making it easy to apply to one's life. This lesson in chaos was such a thing.
Corinne Hancock, speaker, trainer and executive coach defined the perception of chaos as:
“We perceive chaos when our current reality does not match our expectation.”
When it was defined in this way, all I could think of was parenting, mothering, entrepreneurship and every day in my life.
Dr Carolyn Dolan DPT, Cert MDT, MSHN
Where physical therapy, nutrition and lifestyle meet, because how you live your life determines whether or not you soar. Inspiring action with information so you can reduce pain, optimize healing and improve function naturally during recovery from injury, surgery or painful condition. This is a website for the open-minded; obstinate need not apply.