You are too Subjective to be Objective. You cannot treat yourself. You cannot heal yourself. You need objective testing, eyes, and results to get where you want to be.
Quarterly Nutrition, Exercise, and Physical checks should be done!
- (1:20): Too subjective to be objective – “feeling, thinking” is subjective, this is not black and white. Subjectivity is variable. Objectivity is not variable.
- (2:30): Dr. Jake’s story about injuring his back on the golf course and he could not fix himself.
- (5:30): Dr. Jake’s symptoms were similar to a herniation, but it was clear by the evaluation by a PT that wasn’t himself, but the pain was not actually coming from a herniation.
- (8:30): When you are “feeling” the pain, you are living it, even with high pain tolerance.
- (9:12): In Western medicine we have Quarterly Check Ups, but we don’t have annual check-ups physically or nutritionally.
- (9:53): One major problem – insurance doesn’t cover someone to have a physical therapist check their form and (generally) Americans want insurance to pay for these things.
- (14:45): It is important to have a qualified individual “check you” for these annual form and physical check-ups. 95% correct is not good enough – we need the time for objective testing to ensure physically we are 100% correct.
- (16:45): BPT is different than other PT offices because they are out of network with insurances – so they have the “freedom” to check you head to toe and identify causes for symptoms, pain, asymmetry, etc.
- (20:39): Something is better than nothing – going to someone with insurance is better than not going at all.
- (21:12): I recommend quarterly checks for physical checks or nutrition checks. However, depends on the level of activity for the individual.
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