Dr. William W. Mullins, M.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.R.

In Dr. Mullins's practice as a rheumatologist, he has found that exercise is critically important for the treatment of all types of arthritis. In his experience, Danny Dreyer’s novel Chi Running and Chi Walking techniques can help reduce the physical stress of running and exercise walking on all of the musculoskeletal structures of the feet, legs and back. Many of Dr. Mullins's patients have found that Danny’s techniques allow them to exercise longer and more frequently with less pain and less chance of injury. One patient in particluar who suffered from severe knee arthritis has been able to postpone knee replacement surgery indefinitely by incorporating Chi Walking into every step he takes.

Dr. Mullins has also found that Danny’s techniques can help healthy amateur athletes avoid injuries and maintain their exercise routines for decades. As Dr. Mullins frequently reminds his patients, professional athletes develop so-called “proper technique” not only to excel at their sport, but also to protect their bodies from career-limiting injuries. The use of the right technique is equally important for amateur athletes to recover faster from injuries and prevent future injury. Dr. Mullins believes the new theories and practices detailed in Danny’s Chi Running and Chi Walking books and DVDs represent profoundly important advances in the science and practice of exercise.

Dr. William W. Mullins, M.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.R.

Bethesda, MD

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