Body, mind, spirit

From a one-minute workout to a daily gratitude practice, DOs share wellness tips

During Men’s Health Week, six DOs shared six different ways to cultivate better mental and physical health.

It’s currently Men’s Health Month, and last week, during Men’s Health Week, six osteopathic physicians collaborated with the AOA to share activities, tips and exercises to promote physical and mental health.

Each of these Men’s Health Minutes is embedded below from YouTube, and can also be found on the AOA’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.

Jed Ballard, DO, demonstrates a quick workout that can be done at home.


Ron Holt, DO, a psychiatrist, discusses easy steps to take, including cultivating a daily gratitude practice, to cope with the fear and anxiety stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.


Jasper Yung, DO, performs a piano piece by Claude Debussy, and explains how playing music can serve as a healthy creative outlet.


Do you need to Cool Off? Tyree Winters, DO, challenges the profession to TikTok’s latest dance. At 16, he learned hip hop dancing to manage his diabetes and maintain a healthy lifestyle.


Colin Zhu, DO, also known as @TheChefDoc, provides a cooking lesson for making cauliflower ceviche. See the full recipe here.


Naresh Rao, DO, the team physician for U.S. Water Polo, demonstrates the levator scapulae stretch, which can relieve tension from extended phone or computer use.

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