Float-What Is An Isolation Tank, and What Are It's Benefits

July 28, 2020
Hosted by Joshua Cohen

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In this episode, we discuss all things about isolation tanks, or sensory deprivation tanks. What are they? What are their beneifts? Why should you try one? On Pain Free Day, I like to discuss current health care practices that you may have heard of, or may not have heard of. either way, I want you to be able to understand what is out there and if, and how, it can help you have a Pain Free Day. Is it a gimmick? Or is it legitimate? I want to cut through some of the bad information out there to provide you, the listener with realistic advice that pertains to you personally. Information that you can use tomorrow to help you feel better.

Pain Free Day

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This show is about practical, useful, functional information on how to reduce pain and inflammation throughout your body, while becoming more active. Learn how to exercise, eat right, and navigate your way through life so as to reduce your pain and discomfort, and live more comfortably. You’ll learn how to exercise and eat right, sustainably. If your exercise causes pain, then you won’t be able to stick with it for the long term.

Learn how to eat healthy in a way that you can stick with, long term. We discuss how to exercise (and why you should exercise) if you are in pain. You’ll learn how what you eat affects your pain. You’ll learn why you should exercise gently and easily, why high intensity exercise isn’t the best for you, especially if you are in pain, and why low impact, low intensity exercise is generally the best for you long term, especially if you are in pain, or out of shape.

Exercise smarter, not harder.

Eat intelligently, don’t follow fads.

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Joshua Cohen

Joshua Cohen

I grew up surrounded by health care. My grandfather was a medical doctor. My father was a chiropractor who taught me the trigger point technique I practice today. I specialize in a specific form of chiropractic trigger point therapy called The Nimmo Technique, which I teach at New York Chiropractic College in upstate New York.

I have been specializing in nerves, muscles, joints and pain for the past 18 years. With the backing of a Masters in Nutrition, I counsel patients about pain and inflammation reduction by helping them to make simple modifications to their diet and exercise. I find it fascinating how nutrition and exercise both differently affect how slowly, or quickly, we age.

I've treated most types of people and their injuries, from pro football players at the Super Bowl to ballet dancers, boxers at the Olympic training center, desk jockeys and weekend warriors.

I know how to manage pain, and how to keep it from flaring back up. The more pain you are in, the less you move. The less you move, the more pain you are in. My goal is to keep people moving and feeling as good as possible, for as long as possible. I focus on how to exercise to reduce pain. You should feel better from exercising, not worse.

I practice what I preach. I have competed in several 100-mile mountain bike races, on a one geared bike called a single speed. I practice yoga daily, I regularly weight lift and use kettlebells, and I watch what I eat.

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