Tag: kinesiology

Daily Reads 05.20.2019

Last week in a visit to the kinesiologist, he attached a bead to the bottom of my foot with athletic tape. It is small. About 1/4 inch round. But it hurts. I cannot walk in my usual way without it digging into my foot. So, I have to adjust the way I walk. And that’s …

Daily Reads 05.18.2019

Read: 1 Corinthians 13:1-3 At the end of chapter 12, Paul says, “But now let me show you a way of life that is best of all.” And he writes what it means to live a life of love. Basically, if you are all amazing in everything, but have no love, you missed it. Honesty …

Daily Reads 05.17.2019

Read: 1 Corinthians 12:18-26 This portion of scripture can be a bit puzzling at first. Maybe that is just me. I read pretty fast and I don’t read all the words. That got me into trouble yesterday. I asked my daughter if she needed me to pick Finley up at daycare. She asked her husband …

Daily Reads 05.16.2019

Read: 1 Corinthians 12:7-11 Dave and I attended a traditional church when we were first married. By traditional, I mean the church had a Sunday School hour for both children and adults followed by a corporate service with preaching and music. The Sunday School classes for adults were also divided by gender and age. In …

Daily Reads 05.15.2019

Read: 1 Corinthians 12:4-7 Years ago Dave and I were involved in a group of young married couples at our church. One evening the group decided to visit the older folks from church and sing with them. Now, I am not a song leader. I can sing, but I don’t lead singing. But for whatever …

One Body, Many Parts

My decision to see a kinesiologist came after some friends observed me getting off a bar height chair at a restaurant to go to the ladies room. When I returned to the table, they asked me what in the world was wrong. I explained my right leg was giving me trouble, specifically my hip, and …

Daily Reads 05.13.2019

Read: 1 Corinthians 12:12-13 I have been seeing a kinesiologist for a little over a month. In simplest terms, his job is to observe how my body moves to identify problem areas. For instance, he identifies when one muscle is not doing it’s share and leaving the work to a different muscle not as well …