Physical Fitness and Nutrition Information
Dr. Scott D. Coon, DC
Chiropractor,  College Professor, Consultant
Tri-County Chiropractic, PC
465 W. Commercial Street
E. Rochester, NY 14445
(585) 425-9820  Voice
(585) 230-5324  Text
 








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CONDITIONS TREATED
BACK PAIN
LOW BACK PAIN
MID-BACK PAIN
SI DYSFUNCTION
DISC HERNIATION
SPRAIN/STRAIN
 
NECK PAIN
WHIPLASH (CADS)
CERVICAL DISC
HEADACHES
TMJ (JAW)
 
EXTREMITY PAIN
SHOULDER
ELBOW
WRIST
HIP
KNEE
ANKLE

EXERCISE:
I'm a fan of interval training and feel strongly that it is a safer way to workout plus exercises your entire body's physiology. The AP Press just ran this story (click here to see) which does a pretty good job explaining this form of exercise.

I recommend you check out the http://www.crossfit.com website to learn more.

I've work with a personal trainer to assist me in learning how to do this type of workout safely and efficiently.  I highly recommend using a personal trainer for any exercise system in which you are not an expert.

Click here to see a list of workouts (ie. 'Fight Gone Bad') that have become standardized throughout the functional exercise community.  You can scale these workouts to what you feel you can perform safely.

NUTRITION:
To start, I recommend 3 basics when using vitamins and other supplements:

1)  Take a multivitamin 3 times throughout the day.

2)  Take Omega-3 Fatty Acids (EPA-DHA, Fish Oil)

3)  Take a Magnesium, Vitamin D and Calcium combined supplements.

I can help you with detoxification regimens,  and developing a plan to help you return to a healthier body composition.

Body Composition (BIA, Bioimpedence Analysis):
What is your % of lean muscle and % body fat?  It's my opinion that the "cut-off" for what's a safe body composition in men is 75% muscle and 25% fat.  I have a special machine that measures these numbers for you.

 

With Bioimpedence Analysis (BIA) I can tell you many things about your body's composition.
     1.  Metabolic Rate
     2.  Fluid Distribution
     3.  Lean Muscle Mass
     4.  % Body fat
     5.  Phase angle

Here's a sample printout:


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