Atlanta Podiatrist Gets Back on His Feet

I grew up a very active individual who enjoyed playing many sports.  While playing softball 10 years ago, I suffered a severe back injury.  I thought my days of being active and playing sports were behind me.  One year later my cousin, who is a physical therapist, recommended that I look into Pilates.   For the

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POSTED: July 2nd, 2015

Former Atlanta Track Club Executive Celebrates 15 Years of Pilates Practice

Along with an astonishing number of wrinkles, growing older brings with it the wisdom to accept certain realities: at 5’2”, I will always be in the front row of group photos (as long as it is not a photo taken with my Grandson and his first grade class) and, ever inflexible, I will never touch

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POSTED: May 6th, 2015

Pilates to Pavement

When I started Pilates at Studio Lotus six and a half years ago, I was looking for a new way to get back in shape.  I had just completed my internal medicine residency, and I was looking for an exercise routine that would challenge me and at the same time, keep me enthusiastic about exercising. 

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POSTED: March 17th, 2015

Out with the Old and In with the New

The dreaded ‘to do’ list: organize closets, clean up email accounts, register for summer camp, lose 10 lbs before summer, call that friend whom you haven’t spoken to in months (or maybe even years), etc., etc., etc.  The list piles up, but somehow we skirt by feeling as if we haven’t made even the smallest

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POSTED: February 20th, 2015

Shedding Light on Women and Heart Attacks

Fact: Women deny they are having heart attacks Fact: Women have different signs of heart attacks Fact: Doctors take women less seriously These unfortunate facts blend together into a perfect storm making heart attacks the number one cause of death for women in the United States. A large part of teaching CPR classes is busting

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POSTED: January 26th, 2015