NuLag 002: Injured? Repetitive Strain or soreness that won’t go away? Nancy can help


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Par By: Neil O'Donnell: Impact Venture Capitalist | Author | Entrepreneur | Interviewing Niagara's Brightest Minds, découvert par Player FM et notre communauté - Le copyright est détenu par l'éditeur, non par Player F, et l'audio est diffusé directement depuis ses serveurs. Appuyiez sur le bouton S'Abonner pour suivre les mises à jour sur Player FM, ou collez l'URL du flux dans d'autre applications de podcasts.

ENJOY THIS EPISODE: This weeks guest is Nancy Ma, a Registered Physiotherapist, Nutritional Therapist, Medical Acupuncture Provider, Clinic Director, Event Planner. In short, she is a life enthusiast. I met Nancy as I was looking for someone to help rehab my low back pain. Although she has many titles, her objective is always the same: to cultivate an environment conducive to improving the health and happiness of her patients. Yoga has been a major contributor to Nancy’s treatment philosophy as its roots lie deep in whole body movement, flow, meditation, breath and connectivity. I can honestly say that I wasn’t a big fan of Yoga etc as it always seemed very ‘fluffy’ and as a former football player, contractor, etc it didn’t fit my image. However, its a very holistic approach to health and wellness. Blending Yoga with Physiotherapy has been a major factor in my healing as well as a major contributor to her other success stories in rehabilitation and wellness. Nancy has also worked at several orthopedic clinics where she treated patients with complex issues resulting from motor vehicle accidents as well as sports injuries. Nancy is currently training in yoga, has a black belt degree in Shoto-Kan Karate, and plays volleyball, squash, and badminton. As you will see, her passion is in improving quality of life through exercise and healthier lifestyle choices.

Ideas and Topics Discussed in This Episode:

  • Pirates, boat people, and moving to Grimsby
  • Specific pain is only one issue, its not that simple
  • Paying attention to your body and its signals.
  • We were meant to move all the time.
  • “We don’t stop playing because we get old; we get old because we stop playing”

Links/Resources/Sponsors Mentioned:

  • www.LiveYour
  • “Born to Run” author Christopher McDougall


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