1. Workplace Wellness: Healthcare Reform Strategy for Business

    Workplace Wellness: A Strategy for Effective Healthcare Reform                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 …Read More

  2. Worksite Wellness Ideas for Challenging Times

    Challenging economic times make it critically important to keep employees healthy, productive, and present. Polls have found that as many as 1/4 to 1/3  of Americans avoid physician visits to save money. 10% or more are delaying refilling their prescriptions or taking smaller doses to try to make existing prescriptions last longer. These types of behaviors can drive individuals further down the …Read More

  3. Exercise Guidelines for Angina & Silent Ischemia

    Exercise Recommendations for Angina & Silent Ischemia Physical activity & other lifestyle recommendations, along with revascularization & medications work synergistically to help reduce or eliminate the symptoms of angina. Moderate behavioral modification may also slow progression of, & in some cases regress,  atherosclerosis. The following exercise guidelines are evidence-based …Read More

  4. Moving Forward from Diabetes to Dynamic Living!

    If you have a goal to defeat Type 2 Diabetes, or make any other life change, you must be ready & committed to take action. The following model, which is based on the Trans-theoretical Model of Change, can serve as a guideline to see if you are truly READY to make behavioral change. The stages range from Pre-contemplation, Contemplation, Preparation & Action to Maintenance. 1.     Pre-con…Read More

  5. Benefits of Wellness Coaching Part 3

    A Professional Interview of Dr. Michael Arloski by David Hunnicut DH: How important is achieving results in coaching? MA: I think results are very important. One of the nice things about health and wellness coaching is that we can often point to real biometric measures that have changed. In coaching, we can often look at these bio-markers and see a reduction in high-risk health behaviors. For exam…Read More

  6. Benefits of Wellness Coaching Part 2

    A Professional Interview of Dr. Michael Arloski by David Hunnicut DH: What does the coaching process look like? MA: A real process has a beginning, a middle and an end. The Beginning: As wellness coaches, we place a lot of focus on the beginning. We help a client with their own exploration and self-assessment. Rather than just assessing and diagnosing them, we help the client explore, get in touch…Read More

  7. Make Your Fitness & Weight Loss Resolutions a Reality in 2013!

     Exercise Therapy, Nutrition & Wellness Coaching at Life’s Adjustments in Auburn Hills  Lose weight with a healthy balanced approach  Increase strength, endurance & flexibility  Improve your quality of living & functionality  Live longer & feel better with more energy! Exercise Therapy incorporates a range of therapeutic exercises, functional movements, balance training, str…Read More

  8. Moving Forward from Diabetes to Dynamic Living!

    If you have a goal to defeat Type 2 Diabetes, or make any other life change, you must be ready & committed to take action. The following model, which is based on the Trans-theoretical Model of Change, can serve as a guideline to see if you are truly READY to make behavioral change. The stages range from Pre-contemplation, Contemplation, Preparation & Action to Maintenance. 1. Pre-contempla…Read More