About Dr. Glassman And His Work
Charles F. Glassman, MD, has been known as Coach MD since 2011. This designation arises from what he has learned in his over 25 years of practice as a medical doctor. Specifically, that many, if not most, problems people go to the doctor to solve actually stem from the challenges of daily life. Instead of giving a pill to try and make them go away, Coach MD's mission is to help people achieve total wellness—having more control over life than one could ever think possible.
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When we worry about someone, we send them a secret message – I don’t believe in you. When we worry about ourselves, we also send a message – I don’t believe in me. Not in a long time have I received so many negative opinions about one of my quotes. When I posted this on Facebook, some of the comments were downright hostile! So let’s first break down, a bit, the response. As I said in a previous blog, feelings are not illegal; you feel what you feel. Therefore, if some feel angered by this quote, well, you feel angry. But what is angry? What makes us feel angry, or enraged, or hostile? As I have written, ... Read More >>
No one can declare your feelings and emotions illegal or judge them unworthy. You feel what you feel. And often there is a reason for these feelings and emotions. Yes, they could be reactions to perceived danger or threat that may be imagined. Also, they could be reactions to your vulnerability to matters that arise from your own insecurities. But nonetheless, they are real, and no matter the reason, are issues, which need to be acknowledged. If not, well, don't only look at your own life, take a look at the world. In order to get along with another person, it means you must be able to co-exist in some degree of peac... Read More >>
Usually when someone is angry we hear their angry words. Instead, try hearing the unspoken, “I am scared, I am frustrated, I am insecure, I am vulnerable, I am threatened". You certainly recall the phrase, ‘sticks and stones can break your bones, but words can never hurt you'. Well, my life experience, and no doubt yours, has proven this wrong. Sound is as likely to cause us to fight or flee as much as placing our hand upon a hot stove. It can elicit the exact same automatic reflex. When was the last time you were awakened from sleep from an unknown bang or clap of thunder? How did you feel? Was y... Read More >>
Try calculating the probability of getting a call from an old friend after just thinking about them. Or, your favorite song coming on the radio just as you turn on the car. Or, you smiling at a stranger, just as they needed to receive a smile. These are the events unexplained by logic, reason, and probability, yet are the foundation and guiding principles of faith. How many of us have had these “coincidences”? Generally they go by the wayside and we talk about them for a few days, later to forget them in the hustle and bustle of our daily lives. But really these occurrences must not be ignored. You see, our sensibilities,... Read More >>
Osteoporosis causes bones to become weak and brittle. Osteoporosis-related fractures most commonly occur in the hip, wrist or spine. Bone is living tissue, which is constantly being absorbed and replaced. Osteoporosis occurs when the creation of new bone doesn't keep up with the removal of old bone. Usually osteoporosis is painless and a doctor will make the diagnosis using a radiology test known as a bone density exam. A precursor of osteoporosis is known as osteopenia. There is a blood and urine test, which I use, to monitor bone loss between bone density tests. Most labs offer these tests. Commonly, doctors recommend medicatio... Read More >>
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