Mental Health Needs conditioning

Just like our physical health, our mental health needs conditioning as well. “You exercise your body, right? Perhaps you train your quads in the gym, push your abs at Barry’s bootcamp - or maybe walking is your thing. However you choose to train your body’s muscles, you undoubtedly do it because it’s good for you and/or it feels good too. Why then, does training our brain take a back seat even though it’s driving us through life?

It turns out that it’s pretty vital to train your brain’s “muscles” just as often (if not more) than you do your body. Don’t worry, there’s still time! Although your brain isn’t a true “muscle,” its complex cellular structure and grey and white matter do function in a similar way to “training” your body’s muscles.” To read more about the benefits of "training" your brain visit

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Treating a Sprained Ankle

Physical Therapist Russ Payne from the Roger Clemens Institute at Memorial Hermann talks about ankle sprains. This is a common injury for student-athletes and can put one on the sidelines for extended periods. Learn how to treat sports injuries in this video on health and rehab.

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Kevin Mason from The Edge Training Academy on Kent Island is providing us with simple exercises that we can do at home. If you want more information about personal training services or looking for a new gym home,  please visit

They are located in the Chesapeake Bay Business Park on Log Canoe Circle in Stevensville. Here is the sixth of an eight part series. New videos will be loaded every Monday.