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John Elder

Franklin, Tennessee
Egoscue is simple and the results are remarkable. It is a unique and very effective program designed to treat musculoskeletal pain without drugs, surgery, or manipulation. Egoscue is a process which involves a series of stretches and gentle egoscuecises ("e-cises") designed... Full Bio
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“I Will Never Do Crossfit” by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain While those aren’t my words, they might as well be. Those words actually belong to two-time judo Olympian Trav ... Read on »
Winnie the Pooh’s Words of Wisdom by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain I’m sure we all remember watching Winnie the Pooh cartoons or reading the books when we were children. Even now, I read W ... Read on »
Golfers: Breathe Better, Play Better by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain Breathe better, play better? REALLY? While that might seem like an odd title, an odd connection to make, it’s 100% a ... Read on »
Training an Elephant & the Lies About Chronic Pain by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain Do any of you know how circus elephants are trained? I had no idea until I was listening to a podcast the othe ... Read on »
Surgery of No Benefit to “Older Knees” by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain If you’re thinking of having your meniscus repaired, you might want to think twice before going under the knife. Researchers from McMaster Univers ... Read on »
Robert Griffin III: Injury Prone or Dysfunctional? by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain It has been a week since Washington Redskins’ quarterback, Robert Griffin III, dislocated his left ankle on a throw against the Jacksonville Jaguars, ... Read on »
Coming Out of the Fog by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain   I enjoy fog. It might sound weird, I know, but I think it’s kind of cool. I think there’s a mystique, a mystery, about it. At times, I even cons ... Read on »
Beat the Mid-Afternoon Crash by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain We’ve all been there. Sitting at your desk, when all of a sudden, your head bobs, your eyelids feel heavy, and the place you’d most like to be in that ... Read on »
September is National Self Improvement M by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain September is National Self Improvement Month! A new season, a new you. Are you ready to take the next step to improve your life with Egoscue? #Transformation ... Read on »
Egoscue Interview with Brian Bradley on ESPN Radio by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain Brian Bradley, Vice President of Egoscue, was featured in an interview on ESPN Radio in San Diego earlier this month. He gives an awesome explanation of The ... Read on »
Don’t be an Optimist: The Stockdale Paradox by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain Up until yesterday, I had no idea who Admiral Jim Stockdale was and had never heard of the Stockdale Paradox before. But now that I have heard of Admi ... Read on »
The Unexplainable Improvement by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain I HAVE to share an email I received from a client last week. It made me so happy to read about her progress! I’ve known Nicole for years now but only ... Read on »
Pregnancy Pain Exercises by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain   Ok, moms…it’s time to give you credit (and give a little help to you expecting-moms)! Childbirth is, hands-down, one of the most difficult things ... Read on »
Let’s Go Dancing! by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain How many of you read the title of this post and thought Yeah right…? If you’re struggling with chronic pain it’s easy to get discourage with all that you ... Read on »
Motivate Me! Motivate Me! by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain I blogged the other day about an interview I heard with Simon Sinek , and I compared his Betting vs. Investing discussion to what happens with a lot o ... Read on »
Betting vs. Investing by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain I was listening to an interview with author Simon Sinek the other day when he said something that struck me. He was talking about the business world a ... Read on »
Christmas in July! Part 2 by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain   THANK YOU to all of you who helped spread the word about last week’s giveaway! We had a great response, and ONE LUCKY WINNER took home a bottle ... Read on »
Resting an Injury by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain How many of you, when injured or in pain, have taken some time off from your desired activity? I’m sure you have. Heck, I have. It makes sense, right? ... Read on »
The Old-Age Myth by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain Multiple times every week, clients come through our doors having been told that their chronic pain is due to age. They hear things like, “you’re just getting ... Read on »
It’s Christmas in July! by John Elder Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain Merry Christmas! Yes, Christmas has come early this year. We just celebrated our 8-year anniversary , and to say THANK YOU, we’re giving away some of our fav ... Read on »