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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 Injury and Sports Performance Clinic!
At our clinic, we help improve your quality of life by offering care customized to
your needs. You may be recovering from an injury, seeking to treat an ongoing condition, looking to improve athletic performance, or just want to feel healthier and more mobile. Doctor Glodzik and Doctor Osborn can help!
We will work with you address the underlying cause of soft tissue pain - pain affecting muscle, tendons, ligments, and facisa. Once your immediate pain is under control, the doctors will correct posture and gait issues, or teach you stretches and strength building exercises that will help you stay healthy and prevent future injury.
Upon your first appointment, the doctor will discuss your symptoms with you, then perform an exam to assess your mobility and reflexes. Once the doctor has made a diagnosis and determined that chiropractic care is a good fit for you, he will discuss a treatment plan to get you back to the activities you love.
Please call 202-363-1011 with any questions you may have.