4.2018

6/9/10 Springhill Physical Therapy

Sheri asked me to share my perspective of the difference between health management versus disease management. At their upcoming staff meeting, I will discuss my departure from the hospital-based disease management health care model to the HeartMatters model of optimal health and well-being through intention, mindfulness, and healthful behavior strategies. Quieting the mind, eating well, and routine physical activity benefits all of us; even the “patient” mired in conventional disease management can and will move toward their own optimal health when supported in a small-step behavior change program, such as that provided by HeartMatters.

I am looking forward to sharing the exciting science of behavior change and mindfulness with the staff of Springhill PT.

Robin Mallery

Robin Mallery

Robin Mallery is passionate about food! Starting from where and how it's grown, to how far that food travels to the dinner table, to how it is prepared and savored...Robin blends shopping, cooking, and eating tips with her unique Kitchen Zen and mindful meals approach to enjoying real food.

While you are waiting for her to finish the upcoming book, "Kitchen Zen: The Journey to Nourish Body and Soul in Our Changing World", you can find Robin's sporadic blog posts here or on FaceBook.
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The best thing I did when I discovered I had Type 2 Diabetes was to call Robin Mallery. She coached me to craft a plan to turn this condition around, and the encouragement to believe that I can.  Instead of feeling overwhelmed, I am managing well, using Robin’s program of small steps, achievable goals, and positive reinforcement.  She’s not only a fountain of knowledge and experience, but a loving teacher and motivator.  For the first time in years, I don’t feel helpless about eating and weight gain.  Thank you, Robin!

—GC, Austin

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