Kinetic PT Oct 2017

Golden State Head Coach and former Bulls star Steve Kerr first underwent back surgery in July of 2015. It was months after he gave the Warriors’ their first- ever NBA title (and took home the Coach of the Year award). The former Michael Jordan teammate was on top of the world. But after the surgery, everything changed. The surgery was a result of injuries sustained during years of competitive play on the court. Though initially deemed

“He does everything right,” said his assistant coach, Luke Walton, at the time. “He takes care of himself; he treats people the right way. Karma should be on his side.”

Steve has made some improvements since then, but thanks to his back pain, his entire future is uncertain.

When asked about his surgery during a playoff press conference earlier this year, he had this to say. “I can tell you if you’re listening out there, stay away from back surgery,” Kerr said. “Rehab, rehab, rehab. Don’t let anyone get in there.” Steve Kerr isn’t a medical doctor, and you should consider all factors when facing the prospect of back surgery. But, speaking from sad experience, he highlighted the fact that back surgery is usually a harmful short-term solution to pain. Rehabilitative physical therapy is a better approach. If you’re considering back surgery, give us a call before you go under the knife.

successful, the procedure created a fluid leak in his spine which needed to be repaired by a second surgery two months later. The pain persisted, and Kerr’s doctors had few answers. He was forced to sit out the first half of the season. The pain in his back was soon accompanied by terrible migraines. He had them almost daily and would occasionally see spots. His team was enjoying the greatest regular season in the history of the sport, and he couldn’t enjoy it.


Sausage and Barley Soup

Ingredients • Cooking spray • 6 ounces turkey breakfast sausage • 21/2 cups frozen bell pepper stir-fry • 2 cups water • 1 (141/2-ounce) can Italian- style stewed tomatoes, undrained and chopped • 1/4 cup uncooked quick- cooking barley • 1 cup coarsely chopped fresh baby spinach

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Instructions 1. Heat a large saucepan over medium-high heat. Coat pan with cooking spray. Add sausage; cook 3 minutes or until browned. Remove from heat. 2. While sausage cooks, place stir-fry and 2 cups water in a blender; process until smooth. 3. Add stir-fry puree, tomatoes, and barley to sausage in pan. Bring mixture to a boil over high heat; cover, reduce heat to low, and simmer 10 minutes. Stir in spinach; cook 1 minute or until spinach wilts.


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