What That Pain Could Really Mean

Kate has been experiencing sharp pain in her left thigh for a couple of weeks. She is a busy caregiver, who doesn’t feel like she has the time to go to the doctor for herself. She attributes the pain to lifting her father into his … [Read more...]

#GivingTuesday

Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving where you can support your favorite charity. Today we ask you to donate to support Reiki Outreach Services for Elders, Inc. (ROSE), a 501(c)(3) charity that I founded whose mission is to … [Read more...]

An Alternative Way to Alleviate Chronic Pain

Q. My mother, Grace, suffers from chronic back pain and arthritis. Sometimes, she is so stiff that she cannot move without wincing in pain, and has to stay in bed all day. She has tried everything, including visiting doctors and … [Read more...]

Alternative Ways to Stave Off Parkinson’s

Fred Ransdell, who has had Parkinson's since 1996, is an avid runner. (Source: The Dallas Morning News) Parkinson's disease, a degenerative movement disorder of the central nervous system, was discovered nearly 200 years ago. … [Read more...]