Love Is The Strongest Medicine: Notes from a Cancer Doctor on Connection, Creativity, and Compassion

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Maybe I Already Am

Maybe I Already Am

My left sacroiliac joint always hurts.

I hang upside down every day.

Like a bat.

But I'm on a Teeter inversion table.

My wife says I'm a vampire bat.

Because I'm an upside-down hanging hematologist.

The inversion really helps.

Helps by back.

And helps my perspective too.

I start each day upside down.

Not The Upside Down -- an alternate dimension existing in parallel to the human world.

But close.

Blood rushing to my brain.

Spine lengthening.

I feel addicted to being upside down.

I feel free when I'm upside down.

I feel healthy when I'm upside down.

What if I could be upside down all the time?

Maybe I already am.