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Movement is Medicine

It is often the case that pain makes us want to stop doing everything until the pain goes away. Troy Bockenstedt, owner and founder of Aero Performance and Physical Therapy, encourages continued, carefully controlled movement through exercise and physical routines for maintaining flexibility and to promote healing. North Liberty is the headquarters of local media,…

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Meeting You Where Your Needs Are

No two people are the same, even when their circumstances are similar, and so care should be as unique as the individual it’s being applied to. At Breathe. Physical Therapy & Wellness, cofounder Dr. Libby Trausch describes a patient centered, multifaceted approach developed primarily with postpartum women in mind. North Liberty is the headquarters of…

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Helping to Find Your Best Self

Each year in the U.S. one in five adults will experience a mental illness. Physician assistant and co-owner of Meadowlark Psychiatric Services in North Liberty, Melissa Gentry, says that the first step in prevention is caring for oneself through diet and exercise. The next step is knowing when to reach out and ask for help.…

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It’s Good to Talk About It

The science says it’s important to be good to oneself, but that’s not always easy. Doctor Todd Verhoef, founder of Psychiatric Associates, says there is no one-size-fits-all plan for coping with life’s challenges. That’s where mental health professionals can help in developing a personalized wellness strategy for you. North Liberty is the headquarters of local…

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Nimble, Whatever the Field

What does playing football and data management have in common? According to Trevor Bollers, who was a Jacksonville Jaguar before becoming a software engineer, they are both best thought of as organized chaos. Developing what he calls “human support systems” through his company, Letter B, Trevor works to sort digital clutter into meaningful information to…

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Sing Your Heart Out

“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.” For Mia Fryvecind Gimenez music was there from the start and has carried her through many an adventure to now, where she teaches others that they might find their own wings through Fryvecind Voice Studio. North…

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A Golden Ticket to the Chocolate Studio

What does metal sculpting, enamel work, and artisan chocolate all have to do with one another? Anne Goddard, the owner of A Chocolate Studio, has over two decades of experience in all three and describes it as a passion for process. Whether creating enduring sculptural pieces or fleeting confectionary treats, Anne is inspired by the…

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A Mix of Style & Design

Being mostly at home and often indoors because of the pandemic has many of us looking more closely at our immediate surroundings. Interior designer, Emily Hughes of Mix Home Mercantile and Emily Hughes Interiors, says that requests for consultations have increased since March. North Liberty is the headquarters of local media, regional financial and national…

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Shave and a Haircut, Yes Please

Family is grown by the addition of those friends made along the way. For co-owners Donald Wrightsell and Curtis Odom, their friendship was built on hard work and became a business partnership that led to the opening of their own barbershop, The Lounge. North Liberty is the headquarters of local media, regional financial and national…

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