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TIS THE SEASON TO BE SAPPY AND GIVING!

In the midst of all the hoopla of the Christmas season. It is so easy to get caught up in the pressure of buying the perfect gift. Trying to outdo last year’s presents for teachers, family and friends, or individuals who help you all year.  I have found in the last few years that happiness Read More…


Rheumatoid Arthritis Blog

RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS REVEALED  A couple of years ago, a professional female in her late thirties walked into my office describing several months of joint pain in both of her wrists, hands, knees and feet.  She reported feeling “achy and stiff”.  In addition to joint pain and swelling, she also noted stiffness that lasted into the Read More…


BENEFITS OF SKATING

Winter is here and all the ice rinks are filled with seasoned and beginning skaters. Movies such as “The Cutting Edge”, “Ice Castles” and “Blades of Glory” have always held a special place in my heart. I get to enjoy NYC’s beauty by going to the rinks at Bryant Park, Brookfield Place, Chelsea Piers, The Read More…


MY LOVE AFFAIR WITH FIGURE SKATING

.I never knew that when I first stepped onto the ice at eight years old, that ice skating would forever play an important role in my life. Until I was in third grade, I had grown up in Queens. I had always been involved in ballet, tap and jazz. I loved the way I could Read More…


OSTEOPOROSIS BLOG

MY ACHING BONES! I can still remember the day I experienced my first real injury; I was about twelve years old.  It was another ordinary early morning at the ice rink.  I was running late for practice for an upcoming show and quickly got on the ice and started gliding.  It usually took me twenty Read More…


THANKSGIVING MEMORIES

Thanksgiving is the day that kicks off the holiday season!  It is the season to be still, take stock of your life and be grateful for your family, friends, job, pets and health.  I can think back to numerous Thanksgivings spent with my immediate family growing up in Queens and Long Island, NY.  The whole Read More…