It can be a little confusing on what exactly you should call your doctor. We have just made it a little more confusing! I recently got married and have changed my name from Dr. Sarah Abbott to Dr. Sarah McNeily. Though the names are different, I am one and the same! Hope this helps clear it up.
I volunteered my services for a very special few Navy SEALs. They do a swim every year that challenges them to swim several miles across a lake just outside of Charlote, NC. They do it as a fundraiser for Wounded Warriors and Operation Restored Warrior. Approximately 22 veterans and service professionals commit suicide daily as a result of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and CRS (Combat Related Stress.) That number is higher than the number of SEALs that are lost in combat! Their swimming in any weather has been a sucess for the last few years as a way to help those service men and women in need. Those SEALs needed some treatment after a full day of swimming too! It's a small way to say thank you for all their service and for continuing to bring awareness to the hardships of military service.
Pictured: Dr. McNeily and Rich Graham, Navy SEAL
If you want to learn more or donate to their wonderful cause, check out their website here: www.lknsealswim.org/
I worked with Athletes' Performance (now EXOS), a company who specialized in ethical performance enhancement for the elite and professional althelte and veteran. I learned a ton about human movement and preventitive performance rehabilition before I even became a chiropractor. Still to this day, I use one of their very best stretches with my patients and as part of my own workout warm up routine. Check out their video by clicking on the link below: