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  It’s that time of year when you may be gearing up to spend the holidays with family and friends. But what do you do if you’re in pain, either from a chronic condition or recently injured, and you need to travel?   Two things come to mind when I think about traveling for the holidays. One is getting to and from your destination, which may involve a long car drive, airplane travel or other public transportation. The other thing is what to consider when you arrive, since you may be staying with family, friends, or even in a hotel or rental home.   At the holidays, we pack up our car to head back to the Midwest to visit family. It’s a 15 hour drive to Iowa from our home in Colorado, and we usually make the trek in one day. I have

I was talking with a healer friend of mine this morning about all juicy things related to healing, which means inevitably we talked about our own stuff. If you aren’t aware, a healer doesn’t actually heal you; they are simply someone to guide you so that you can heal yourself. In my experience that can only happen if the “healer” has done their own work. The inner journey isn’t the most important journey

10 Questions to Ask Yourself When Looking For a Physical Therapist by Justine Calderwood, MSPT Are you currently looking for a physical therapist so you can feel better again or move easier?  Is an injury or trauma preventing you from enjoying the things you used to, making you feel tense, sore, or limited in life?  Are you worried that if you don't do something about it then things might get worse?  ​At the Healing Spot Physical Therapy we recognize that you have a choice when it comes to choosing your physical therapist, so we compiled a list of questions that you can ask yourself when choosing a provider.   Regardless of which physical therapy clinic your physician or surgeon recommends, it's ultimately your choice to decide who you want to hire to help you return to

Oils + Physical Therapy by Justine Calderwood, MSPT I recently decided to bring my love of essential oils into my physical therapy practice as I considered how they could complement the treatment I provide.  I’ve been using Young Living essential oils for about three years now, mainly at home for myself and my family. When I first heard about essential oils I didn’t even know what they were.  Now I know it’s the natural oil found in plants, and can come from the leaf, stem, root, flower petals, peel, wood or root.   I first got introduced to essential oils to help me deal with some insomnia and emotional turmoil, and I was looking for something that would help me sleep and ease my tension.   ​I happened to see some essential oils on the shelf