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Health Tips for the New Year; Patience and Persistence will Payoff; Key Advice from the Wellness Team at D.I.S.C. Sports and Spine Center
Date:12/19/2008

New Year’s resolutions are filled with thoughts of getting in shape and improving our health, yet without proper preparation and realistic goal setting, many of these worthy aspirations will fall by the wayside rather quickly. With a team approach, the wellness team of physicians from D.I.S.C. Sports and Spine Center offer key tips to ensure success for a new and improved you in the New Year.

Marina del Rey, Calif. (Vocus) December 19, 2008 -- A New Year, A New You….Patience and Persistence will Payoff!

New Year’s resolutions are filled with thoughts of getting in shape and improving our health, yet without proper preparation and realistic goal setting, many of these worthy aspirations will fall by the wayside rather quickly.

"There are a few reasons these plans fail, with the most common being impatience," said Dr. Joseph Horrigan director of the Wellness Program and Soft Tissue Center at D.I.S.C. Sports and Spine Center. "As the old saying goes, 'patience is a virtue,' and that those time-honored words ring true when dealing with lifestyle changes. Additionally, many people stop exercising due to lack of progress or injuries, yet there are a variety of ways to ensure success."

Check with Your Doctor First

How often have you heard the advice to make sure you see a doctor before you embark on an exercise program? Every advertisement for exercise programs or equipment offers this advice. One main reason for this advice is many people have mild, underlying heart problems. This is sometimes discovered when the strain of the new, and perhaps overambitious, exercise program. This is the worst time to discover a heart problem. So, if you have not exercised for a year or more, ma
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