As described on our program page, every MOBE Guide has at least five years of experience in a healthcare field. Together, they're a diverse collection of physicians, nurses, chiropractors, dietitians, wellness specialists and even more.
Our MOBE Guides live and work across the United States, in a variety of occupations and time zones. And they share a passion for helping people take control of their own health. Here's what some of them say about their role in the Guided Self-Management Program:
Living with pain makes people feel helpless and out of control. My job is to help them regain that control. It’s a process. What we try to do is teach people that the way you think, the way you eat, the way you behave can either help you or hurt you. The goal of the program is to improve people’s ability to take care of themselves. In doing so, they’ll behave differently, interact with the environment differently, and be able to do the things that they want to do for as long as they want to do them.”
Between busy holiday nights and cold wintry days, it can be challenging to find time for healthy habits. This guest post by Emily, a MOBE Guide, invites us to explore the possibilities of winter in several new ways.
If you've ever gotten goosebumps when listening to beautiful music, keep reading to discover more about this perfectly normal, biological response.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and in this guest post a MOBE Guide reflects on what that means to some of our MOBE participants.
Community. Support. Healthier living. It all came together at the 2018 Puget Sound Heart & Stroke Walk.
Beth shared how MOBE taught her a new way to think about healing and inspired her to share that lesson with others.
When working with his team at MOBE, Stu reminds them that everyone has a unique journey. His took place long before he joined the company.