Catching Up With Dr. Lisa

A blogpost about what I'm up to...

Truthfully, sometimes I feel like hiding. The burden of having to be on my A-Game daily in the office and in being super busy all the time is just too much. I get fatigued just like any other person and I've been dealing with adrenal fatigue issues due to my addictions. At the end of the day, it’s about finding the time when you're jazzed to put your thoughts to paper.

You don’t understand.

Ozos is where it all goes down.

Don't feel bad for me. Most other days, I wake up stoked! Thoroughly excited about who I’m going to meet, I'm prepped and excited about planning and showing you how to change your life and your viewpoint.

For me, today is that good day. I finally have a bit of a spare moment to myself. I purposefully chose to do nothing today on this blissful weekend. No climbing, no running, no patient files…(sorry guys) Just me and my creative juices… And today the mind matches the spare time. I’m free to actually write. Which I’m damn. fond. of. Which I miss.

You don’t understand. Ozo is where it all goes down. When I’m in here, I feel this creative energy that I’ve felt nowhere else. Seriously. Downtown Boulder is full of crazy people but this little gem, it's full of excited start-up designers, coders, and non-profit dreamers, when I find my little spot in the front window, where I pull out my stool and plop down my old tired laptop, I cant help but ride on the brainwaves floating around here. How many amazing creative ideas have began and ended here? It’s probably what the actors feel like in Hollywood, where they eat and breathe where major screen writers were creating and laying out the very movies that they idolize. But here in the heart of Boulder, it’s brain grease and caffeine. Tapping of the pencil, or the keypad. The beginning of it all. Or full circle, I’m back to decide what I’ll put out next into the world.

I couldn’t have dreamed how well my first book would have sold so nicely. Climbing Injuries Solved started off with a kick (on Kickstarter) and dwindled to a soft glow and even sales on Amazon and yours truly’s website… I mean, who finds this stuff anyway?

It's a beautiful life in Lisa Land...

I’m impossibly grateful for those who shared my book and recommend it to fellow friends. I can’t believe a little unknown sports chiropractor in the middle of the states now gets calls and drive-in patients from 9 hours away who seem to think I can solve their woes with one visit. I’m honored. And hell-bent, on giving them my all and in doing whatever I can to help them from afar as well as in the clinic. Wow, how blessed I am! It's a beautiful life and time in Lisa land.

Climbing Injury Book: Fingertip to Shoulder

​​It's GO Time.

I’ll be out of pre-printed books soon. This next printing will need a new updated cover

(which is a long story...full of much learning and woe). All the tidbits that the last one was lacking, I can’t wait to add in, such as a MUCH larger self-care section and more region specific 1-on-1 injury care. Hopefully it’ll be a hit. The second one needs to be much more rad than the first.

Did you read it and have an idea?

Shoot it over to: climbinginjuriesso