After thirty years working as a physical therapist, I saw a pattern emerge as to how common strains and pains became chronic conditions.  Having had many of the same injuries that brought patients to me, I could see that the difference in timely recovery and pain relief came down to early intervention. As a clinician, I knew what others didn’t know. And what I was doing for myself wasn’t that complicated.


It was this personal experience that sparked “The How of Ow”.  As I thought about the book’s content, I shared my ideas with friends and colleagues.  Literally, everyone I told about the book said, “How and when can I get a copy?”