Speaking with Steph
Stephanie Rodin, Rodin Legal P.C.
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Metrics to Live By
Stephen Horney This week Stephanie Rodin chats with her guest, Stephen Horney. The two chat about the high quality of life that comes from consistent care, measurements for a healthy lifestyle, and ways to be aware of your own health. In this episode, we discuss: Stephen’s background, and how he became interested in athletics and physical therapy What influences shaped his early experiences in therapeutic healing How healthcare has changed during his career What needs to happen in healthcare to switch to a more preventative model of care What is your VO2 max, and how much this metric matters Stephen’s suggestions for keeping yourself in good health What’s the 12 minute run test, and what does it do for you Pelotons vs Assault Bikes, and which muscles we need to be working What to look for in your health coach or personal trainer Steve Horney graduated from Quinnipiac University's top-ranked accelerated Masters program and began his clinical practice in 2005. For the last 13 years, he’s prided himself on combining extensive physical therapy knowledge with his own experiences as an athlete to effectively treat his patients. Steve has been seen on CBS Newspath, and specializes in the assessment and treatment of athletes with the ultimate goal of helping them become pain free and less susceptible to injury in the future. He works with each of his patients one-on-one to help them understand the root cause of their pain. In his professional life, Steve worked with some of the top physical therapists in the city and managed one of New York's premiere physical therapy clinics before starting iPT. He has also completed his Manual Therapy Certification, a 2 year matriculating program from the University of St. Augustine, studying Manual Therapy with world-renowned Stanley Paris PT PhD to develop his healing hands. In order to help the athletic population perform better, Steve became a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) from National Strength & Conditioning Association specializing in exercise physiology for athletes in high school to professional level and recently went on to complete his Hardstyle Kettlebell Certification. DISCLAIMER: The content of this podcast is for educational purposes only and should not be construed as providing medical advice in any way. If you have any questions concerning your health, please contact your primary physician or call 911 if you are having an emergency. Website: https://ihealthsciences.com/foundations-of-health Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ihealthsciences/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/iHealthsciences Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ihealthsciences/ Course: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/8-foundations-of-health-movement-part-1-tickets-166808224891
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