Impetus Health

Blog/Vlog/Podcast

These podcasts are created to spark conversation and thought on how to make our health and our system of healthcare better.  And move healthcare from reactive to proactive.  

 

Sean Hiller is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach, and CrossFit Level 1 Coach, and former Collegiate Athlete.  

 

Ellie Hiller, Sean's Wife, is a Registered Nurse, Nutritionist, CrossFit Level 1 Coach, and Ellie has competed at high levels in the fitness and performance industry.  

 

Feel free to reach out to us with any questions or comments on our website.

Want to learn about Master's Performance?

These blog posts are just as aplicable to the aging adult as they are to the younger adult.  So regardless of age, enjoy the blog!

 

Want to learn more about fitness training for the older adult?  Click the link below to book a Master's Performance assessment or get to the website!

Coming Episodes


The Role of Fitness in Healthcare w/ Jake Naumcheff

The TRUTH about Pain with Dr. Kyle Thibodeaux

"The Bull Didn't Win" The Story of Jacob Browder

Reaching the Beginner Lifter w/ Nate Johnson

CATEGORIES


Who Gets the Blood?

Feb 13th / by Ellie Hiller / Nutrition

Imagine this: you have a lunch meeting scheduled for noon. You want to impress your client so you choose your favorite restaurant in town -- the brazilian steakhouse downtown. You meet, share some small talk, and tell him to order whatever he wants off the menu. In an effort to impress your client, you tell the waitress to bring the most popular appetizers on the menu for the table. After multiple rounds of lamb, steak, chicken, and the seafood you didn’t even want but ate anyway to justify $200 you just dropped, you both waddle out of the restaurant uncomfortably full.

Can Sleep Affect Your Body Weight

Dec 25th / by Ellie Hiller / Nutrition

Question: Do you plug your iphone up every night before you go to sleep? 

 

I hope you answered yes, because we all know a dead phone offers nothing to us in return. 

 

One of the highest functioning handheld devices is rendered absolutely useless if it is not charged. 

 

In the exact same way, your body has a finite amount of battery power each day. If it is not recharged, you are starting the next day at a deficit, and can run out far sooner as the day progresses. 


A Conversation

Muskuloskeletal Healthcare: Have we Over-Egged The Pudding


What's the Literature Say?

Arthroscopic Surgery for Degenerative Knee Arthritis and Meniscal Tears: a Clinical Practice Guidelines


What's the Literature Say?

Effectiveness of Shoulder Decompression Surgery