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Practicing Being Present
Being present is not the same as raising your hand when your name is called. The skill of being present implies "being in the moment" and is an ongoing practice. It's not something you learn how to do and then there's nothing more to it.
Being present is not even a skill that becomes second nature like playing the piano or shooting free throws. Being present is a moment-to-moment thing. It's a very subtle skill and requires ongoing attention.
Which is the whole point, really. Being present is all about paying attention. Paying attention to the present moment. Because, after all, the present moment is all we have. The past is gone. The future is not here yet. If we're not in the present moment, we're nowhere.
Being present provides great personal power. When you're present, everyone around you can feel your energy. Their experience of you is that you're a great listener. You become very attractive. People want to be with you. They feel good in your presence, because you are able to be with them authentically.
Being present can start right now, in this present moment.
Welcome to Washington Injury and Sports Performance Clinic
Welcome to Washington Sports Performance Clinic!
The premier sports rehabilitation clinic in the District. We specialize in all types of soft tissue injuries, which make up about 90% of sports injuries.
All new patient appointments will include a diagnostic exam and treatment. The cost is $175. Follow-up appointments will cost $90.
If you are still interested in getting reimbursement from your insurance company we will print out a claims form that you can submit.
We also offer packages of appointments for a discount. You may want to consider these if you plan to have several follow-ups or come in regularly for maintenance treatments.
We ask that you notify us at least 24 hours in advance if you need to cancel your appointment to avoid the $60 cancellation fee.