Daniel Kosich

Miles City, MT 59301

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corrective exercise for scoliosis

10 Answers | Asked by Jenny Yopp on Aug 19, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 25, 2016

Whew! Lots of links. All good answers. With the approval of your client's physical therapist I think the supine single knee, single knee, double knee is a great exercise intervention. It certainly won't correct the orthopedic concern, but it may help with the musculature balance. Good luck.

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What is your definition of "Healthy"

11 Answers | Asked by Watus Cooper on Dec 20, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 09, 2016

All great answers. Vigorous physical activity (within the envelope of one's condition,) sensible eating most of the time (barbecue spare ribs are a great treat once in awhile!) and a thankful, hopeful attitude are the foundation of being and living healthy. Drink plenty of water. Most of us don't...

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lyme disease treatment?

7 Answers | Asked by Linda King on Feb 03, 2016

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 09, 2016

First, see your doctor. All good answers. Lyme disease manifests in multitude symptoms. Your physician is certainly the best source for treatment. Good luck, get well!

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What can I do to stop using food as anti-anxiety treatment?

9 Answers | Asked by Jared Ashlock on Oct 24, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 09, 2016

That you recognize the problem is the first and most important step. Julie's book recommendation is right on the mark. Therapists,counseling, all potentially helpful interventions. Go for a bike ride instead of eating the banana split!

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What's the best treatment for achilles tendinitis?

10 Answers | Asked by Sandra Possing on Jun 17, 2011

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 09, 2016

Good answers. I strongly agree with Martin that water is a great environment. As suggested there are likely many factors that are contributing to your condition. Stretching, lightly, ankle dorsiflexion against resistance, e.g. theraband, and walking in the pool. Try using flippers. They are qui...

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Has anyone tried surgery to treat achilles tendinitis?

8 Answers | Asked by suzy kerr on Jan 22, 2013

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 09, 2016

Good answers. Surgery is the last choice. Always involves risk. Tendons, as I'm sure you know heal more slowly than most tissues. It's related to blood supply. Definitely do the exercises an stretches that have been suggested. Have you seen an exercise podiatrist? If not, I would.

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how to treat hypoglycemia

8 Answers | Asked by Julie Wilske on Aug 05, 2014

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 09, 2016

See your doctor to determine if a medical issue is involved. Chronically low blood glucose can be a significant concern and may need to be treated.

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By offering balance in a pregnant women's workout, do you think it is increasing intensity?

8 Answers | Asked by Ashley Butterfly on Aug 24, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 09, 2016

Good answers. If achievable, riding a bike is a good and, hopefully, a fun and relaxing workout. Not too far, not too fast. Just an enjoyable cruise.

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Tips for training pregnant women - first trimester

9 Answers | Asked by Krista Riddley on Oct 18, 2012

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 09, 2016

With physician clearance, sustain the exercise intensity engaged in prior to becoming pregnant.

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My right lats muscle is wider than my left, I'm not getting whether i increase the reps or the sets in unilateral exercise

5 Answers | Asked by Subhash Debnath on Nov 22, 2015

Answered by Daniel Kosich on Aug 09, 2016

Could be your anatomy. I agree with Martin, you need to seek the advice of a fitness professional in person for a consult and subsequent exercise prescription.

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