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Dr. Tory McJunkin - Pain Management Doctor

 

Articles co-authored by Tory McJunkin, MD


Electronic Health Records: A Primer, How do you find the best EHR for your practice?

Regenerative Medicine In Pain Management

Neurostimulation for Pain

Overview of Federal Stark Law and Anti-Kickback

Is Social Media Right For Your Practice?

How do you find the best EHR for your Practice?

Top Five Employment Issues for Pain Management Centers

Roll the DICE: Streamline the Workflow in Your Pain Practice

What Can IT Do for Your Growing Pain Practice?

Guidelines To Determine ‘Incident-to’ Billing

Relationship Development Strategies for Your Pain Practice

Confronting the Brutal Facts: Patient and Employee Satisfaction

Discovering Medicine for Your Pain Practice Through Clinical Research, Part 1

Discovering Medicine for Your Pain Practice Through Clinical Research, Part 2

Hiring an Office Manager: A Checklist

 

Tory L. McJunkin M.D.

Dr. Tory McJunkin is a double-board certified interventional pain medicine physician. Dr. McJunkin was trained by the top experts in the field of pain medicine and teaches and lectures nationally to other pain physicians. Dr. McJunkin is a two-time winner of the Patient’s Choice Award and has been selected as a Top Doctor in Scottsdale. Aside from the acclaim, he is a compassionate physician who works daily to help his patients regain their lives and get back to doing the activities they love.

Dr. McJunkin completed his pain management fellowship at the prestigious Texas Tech University, one of the highest rated pain programs in the country. Once his fellowship was completed, Dr. McJunkin co-founded Arizona Pain Specialists with the hope of bringing expert comprehensive safe and effective pain care to as many people as possible.

Dr. McJunkin is educated and experienced in all aspects of pain management, but has specialized expertise in advanced interventional pain medicine including: Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS), Peripheral Nerve Stimulation (PNS), Peripheral Nerve field Stimulation (PNfS), and fracture repair through vertebroplasty/verterbral augmentation. Dr. McJunkin teaches other physicians how to perform spinal cord stimulation and help patients with difficult and advanced debilitating pain conditions.

With his knowledge and the use of advanced medicine, he has been able to help many patients who had little hope of a functional life. Dr. McJunkin teaches at conferences, leads several research studies, and is regularly published in medical journals to the benefit of other physicians who may not be aware of how advanced treatments and techniques can help their patients.

Dr. McJunkin believes that well-educated patients have the best chance for pain-free lifestyles, and consistently works to bring patients the education they need through programs at Arizona Pain Specialists. Dr. McJunkin is the editor of the Arizona Pain Monthly magazine that circulates to thousands. He also is an active member of the Board of Directors for PainDoctor.com, a national website educating patients and clinicians about pain conditions and interventional pain treatment options.

Dr. McJunkin Talks About Pain Management

A Scottsdale native, Dr. McJunkin is regularly involved in local and foreign mission work, and actively participates with the Arizona Pain Foundation, offering medical care and supplies to those in need. He has been to Africa, Nepal, Bolivia and Mexico on medical mission efforts. Dr. McJunkin is married to Jenny and has two young children with one on the way.

“…when pain is to be born, a little courage helps more than much knowledge, a little human sympathy more than much courage, and the least tincture of the love of God more than all.” — C.S. Lewis

Curriculum Vitae – Tory McJunkin, M

Profile

  • Pain Medicine Subspecialty Board Certification
  • Diplomate, American Board of Anesthesiology
  • Interventional Pain Fellowship Trained
  • Patient Advocate
  • Leadership Experience
  • Neuromodulation Expert
  • Research Interests

Professional Development

2010 – Current Founder, Boost Medical Consulting and Practice Management. BoostMedical.com
2010 – Current Founder and Board of Directors, PainDoctor.com- The Global Pain Knowledge Base
2007 – Current Founder, Arizona Pain Specialists- The Pain Relief Experts
2012 – Current Fellowship Director, Arizona Pain Specialists and Boost Medical Advanced Pain Training
2009 – Current Faculty, St. Jude Medical Neuromodulation Academy
2009 – Current Faculty, St. Jude Medical Physician Peer-to-Peer Training. One of the premier sites in the country (most training visits in 2011 and 2012)
2008 – Current Clinical Editor, A Comprehensive Approach to Pain Management. Online Pain Textbook
2011 – Current Editorial Reviewer, Neuromodulation Journal: Technology at the Neural Interface.
2010 – Current Clinical Editor, PainDoctor.com
2010 – Current Clinical Editor, Arizona Pain Monthly Magazine
2010 – Current Preceptorship Director, St. Joseph’s Internal Medicine Resident Rotation
2008 – Current Founder, Arizona Pain Foundation
2011 – Current Laboratory Supervisor, Highly Complex Lab
2007 – 2010 Clinical Instructor, Mayo Clinic Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine. Rochester, MN
2007 Co-Chief Fellow, Texas Tech Pain Medicine.
1999 – 2000 Vice President, Oklahoma Chapter: Christian Medical & Dental Association.
March 2000 Team Leader, Medical Mission Trip to Bolivia.
June 1998 Team Leader, Medical and Dental Mission Trip to Nepal.
1997 – 1998 Regional Coordinator, ORU Missions Department: Organized Trips to Eight Countries in Africa.
June 1997 Team Leader, Medical Mission Trip to Cameroon.

Honors and Awards

2011 Leading Physicians of the World Award
2011 Compassionate Doctor Recognition Award voted by patients (highest 3% of physicians nationwide recognized)
2011 The Patients’ Choice Award recognition of excellence by patients (highest 5% of physicians nationwide recognized)
2010 Compassionate Doctor Recognition Award voted by patients (highest 3% of physicians nationwide recognized)
2009 Center of Excellence recognition by St. Jude Medical
2009 The Patients’ Choice Award recognition of excellence by patients (highest 5% of physicians nationwide recognized)
2009 – Current Consultant, St. Jude Medical
2008 The Patients’ Choice Award recognition of excellence by patients (highest 5% of physicians nationwide recognized)
2008 Consultant, Boston Scientific
2003 Clinic Intern of the Year awarded by St. Joseph’s Internal Medicine Program’s staff
1994 – 1998 Honor Society at Oral Roberts University

Publications and Research

  • Lynch, P. J., McJunkin, T.L., Tapscott, R. L., Madan, T., & Campbell, S. (2012) Discovering Medicine for Your Pain Practice Through Clinical Research, Part 1. Pain Medicine News, 10(4), 23-24.
  • McJunkin, T. L., Lynch, P. J., & Srejic, E. (2012). Complications of Peripheral Nerve Stimulation: Open Technique, Percutaneous Technique, and Peripheral Nerve Field Stimulation. In M. T. Ransom, J. E. Pope, & T. R. Deer (Eds.), Reducing risks and complications of interventional pain procedures, Vol 5 (pp. 11 – 18). Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Inc.
  • McJunkin, T. L., Lynch, P. J., & Makas, C. (2012). Complications of Therapeutic Minimally Invasive Intradiscal Procedures. In M. T. Ransom, J. E. Pope, & T. R. Deer (Eds.), Reducing risks and complications of interventional pain procedures, Vol 5 (pp. 41 – 54). Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Inc.
  • Lynch, P. J., McJunkin, T. L., & Srejic, E. (2012). Complications of Percutaneous Vertebral Augmentation: Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty. In M. T. Ransom, J. E. Pope, & T. R. Deer (Eds.), Reducing risks and complications of interventional pain procedures, Vol 5 (pp. 137 – 150). Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Inc.
  • Carlon, J., McJunkin, T. L., Lynch, P. J., & Tapscott, R. L. (2012) Confronting the Brutal Facts: Patient and Employee Satisfaction. Pain Medicine News, 10(2), 30-31.
  • Hogan, P.W., McJunkin, T. L., & Lynch, P. J. (2012). Relationship Development Strategies for Your Pain Practice. Pain Medicine News, 10(1), 19-20.
  • McJunkin, T. L., Lynch, P. J., Gondalia, S., & Tapscott, R. L. (2011). Guidelines to Determine ‘Incident To’ Billing. Pain Medicine News, 9(11), 24-25.
  • Lynch, P. J., McJunkin, T. L., & Braunm, R. (2011). What can IT do for your Growing Pain Practice? Pain Medicine News, 9(10), 44-45.
  • McJunkin, T. L., Lynch, P. J., Gondalia, S., & Tapscott, R. L. (2011). Roll the DICE: Streamline the Workflow in your Pain Practice. Pain Medicine News, 9(9), 46-47
  • McJunkin, T. L., Lynch, P. J., Okagbare, O., & Tapscott, R. L. (2011). Top Five Employment Issues for Pain Management Centers. Pain Medicine News, 9(8), 24-25.
  • Lynch, P. J., McJunkin, T. L., Sebring, T., & Tapscott, R. L. (2011). Electronic Health Records: A Primer. Pain Medicine News, 9(7), 23-24.
  • McJunkin, T. L., Lynch, P. J., Tapscott, R. L., & Donley, K. (2011). To Tweet or Not To Tweet: Is Social Media Right for Your Practice? Pain Medicine News, 9(6), 18-19.
  • Lynch, P. J., McJunkin, T. L., Bailey, B., Tapscott, R. L., & Makas, C. (2011). Legal Implications in Pain Medicine: An Overview of the Federal Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute. Pain Medicine News, 9(5), 21-22.
  • Lynch, P. J., McJunkin, T. L., Eross, E., Gooch, S. and Maloney, J. (2011). Case Report: Successful Epiradicular Peripheral Nerve Stimulation of the C2 Dorsal Root Ganglion for Postherpetic Neuralgia. Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface, 14(1), 58–61.
  • Gentile, D. A., Woodhouse, J., Lynch, P. J., Maier, J., & McJunkin, T. L. (2011). Reliability and Validity of the Global Pain Scale with Chronic Pain Sufferers. Pain Physician, 14(1), 61-70.
  • McJunkin, T. L., Berardoni, N., Lynch, P. J. & Amrani, J. (2010). An Innovative Case Report Detailing the Successful Treatment of Post-Thoracotomy Syndrome with Peripheral Nerve Field Stimulation. Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface, 13(4), 311–314.
  • McJunkin, T. L., Wuollet, A. L., & Lynch, P. J. (2009). Case Report: Sacral Nerve Stimulation as a Treatment Modality for Intractable Neuropathic Testicular Pain. Pain Physician, 12(6), 991-995.
  • McJunkin, T. L., Lynch, P. J., & Berardoni, N. (2009). Neurostimulation for Pain. Pain Medicine News, 7(12), 9-14.

Research Manuscripts in preparation

  • McJunkin, T. L., Lynch, P. J., & Tapscott, R. L. (2011). Neuromodulation as a Treatment for Chronic Pelvic Pain: A Case Review Series.
  • McJunkin, T. L., Lynch, P. J., & Tapscott, R. L. (2011). Case Report: Ultrasound-Guided Infraclavicular Peripheral Nerve Stimulation for the Treatment of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) Type II of the Upper Extremity.
  • McJunkin, T. L., Lynch, P. J., & Tapscott, R. L. (2011). The use of Peripheral Nerve Field Stimulation as a Valid Treatment of Chronic Pain: A Case Review Series.
  • Lynch, P. J., McJunkin, T. L., Rebecca, A., Currier, A., Maloney, J., & Tapscott, R. L., (2011). Case Report: A Combination of PNS and PNfS for Resolution of Persistent Idiopathic Facial Pain.
  • Lynch, P. J., McJunkin, T. L., Barrett, S., Maloney, J., & Tapscott, R. L. (2011). Case Report: A Novel Surgical Approach to Peripheral Nerve Stimulation of the Deep and Superficial Peroneal Nerves for Peroneal Nerve Pain.

Current Research Projects

Principal Investigator: A Prospective, Multicenter, Double Blind, Controlled Study Evaluating Safety and Preliminary Efficacy of a Single Injection of Adult Allogenic Mesenchymal Precursor Cells Combined with Hyaluron in Subjects with Chronic Discogenic Lumbar Back Pain (currently recruiting).

Principal Investigator: A Randomized, Multi-Center, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled

Phase III Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy, Tolerability and Safety of MRX-7EAT

Etodolac- Lidocaine Topical Patch in the Treatment of Pain due to recent onset

Supraspinatous Subacromial Tendonitis and/or Subdeltoid Bursitis of the Shoulder

Principal Investigator: Qualitative Interviews with Patients Diagnosed with Radicular Pain (subject recruitment phase).

Principal Investigator: Multi-Site Study: Partnership for Advancements in Neuromodulation (PAIN): A Prospective Clinical Outcomes Registry (data collection phase).

Investigator: Reliability and Validity of the Global Pain Scale Using a Clinical Population from a Large Interventional Pain Practice (currently recruiting).

Investigator: Predictors of Successful Outcomes of Occipital Nerve Stimulation for Chronic Headaches (currently recruiting).

Investigator: Primary-Care Physicians Referral Patterns of Patients to Pain Specialists (currently recruiting).

Past Research Projects

Investigator: Multi-Site Prospective Study: Spinal Cord Stimulation, Efficacy of the SJM Eon-Mini (2006-2007).

Investigator: Phase III Drug Trial for CRPS Pain (2006-2007).

Investigator: Phase II Drug Trial for Lumbar Radiculopathy Pain (2006-2007).

Investigator: Phase I Intrathecal Drug Trial for Refractive Cancer Pain (2006-2007).

Presentations and Lectures

2012 Neuromodulation Academy Physician Instructor for St. Jude Medical: Physician-to-Physician Training; Bimonthly

2012 Television Guest: ABC 15. “Back Pain Breakthrough.” Discussion of ongoing stem cell research study.

2011 Presentation at North American Neuromodulation Society: Assessing the Impact of Positional Changes and Movement in Spinal Cord Stimulation Patients.

2011 Faculty and Presentation at West Virginia Interventional Pain Meeting: Live Procedure Demonstration.

2011 Presentation at American Academy of Pain Management: Washington, D.C.: A Novel Placement of IPG for Lower Extremity PNS.

2011 Neuromodulation Academy Physician Instructor for St. Jude Medical: Physician-to-Physician Training; Bimonthly

2011 Guest Appearance: Arizona AM Radio and TV. Dealing with Chronic Pain.

2010 Neuromodulation Academy Physician Instructor for St. Jude Medical: Physician-to-Physician Training; Bimonthly

2010 St. Jude Medical: Pain Business 101 Course: Chicago, Baltimore, and Dallas.

2010 Neuromodulation Academy Faculty: Cadaver Physician Instructor for Fellows Course: New Orleans.

2010 St. Jude Medical: Physician Webcast Teaching, quarterly.

2010 By Invitation, Presented to Noridian, Medicare: Vertebroplasty is Effective for Vertebral Compression Fractures.

2010 North American Neuromodulation Society Presentation: Peripheral Nerve Stimulation for Brachial Plexus Avulsion.

2010 Guest Lecture: Advanced Chronic Pain Treatments. The Power of Pain Foundation.

2010 Radio Show Guest: KFNX Talk Radio 1100 AM. “Interventional Pain Treatments.”

2010 Television Guest: Your Life from A to Z. “Interventional Pain Treatments.” Quarterly.

2009 North American Neuromodulation Society Presentation: Neuromodulation for Testicular Pain.

2009 North American Neuromodulation Society Presentation: Peripheral Nerve Field Stimulation for Post-thoracotomy Syndrome.

2009 Electrical Stimulation of Pain Presentation: TENS and Spinal Cord Stimulation.

2009 Neuromodulation Academy Physician Instructor for St. Jude Medical: Physician-to-Physician Training.

2009 Television Guest: Your Life from A to Z. “Chronic Pain Treatments with Dr. McJunkin.”

2009 Television Guest: Your Life from A to Z. “Vertebroplasty with Dr. McJunkin.”

2009 Television Guest: Your Life from A to Z. “Chiropractic Medicine and Alternative Treatments.”

2008 Physician Instructor for Boston Scientific Spinal Cord Stimulation Course: Henderson, NV.

2008 Television Guest: Your Life from A to Z. “Radiofrequency Ablation with Dr. McJunkin.”

2008 Television Guest: Your Life from A to Z. “Spinal Cord Stimulation with Dr. McJunkin.”

2007 – Current Author Multiple Chapters: A Comprehensive Approach to Pain Management.

2008 North American Neuromodulation Society Presentation: Eon-Mini Stimulation Clinical Study.

2008 Lecture: Lower Extremity Nerve Blocks, Mayo Clinic.

2008 Lecture: Vertebroplasty for Vertebral Compression Fractures.

2008 Lecture: Osteoporosis- Diagnosis and Treatment.

2008 Lecture: Medial Branch Radiofrequency Efficacy.

2008 Lecture: Spinal Cord Stimulation in the Podiatry Patient.

2007 Grand Rounds: Complementary and Alternative Pain.

2007 Lecture: Cervical Medial Branch Block.

2006 Lecture: Intradiscal Procedures.

2006 Grand Rounds: Efficacy of Spinal Cord Stimulation.

2006 Grand Rounds: Massive Blood Loss in a Neonate.

2006 Lecture: E.X.I.T. Procedure for Neonate with Massive Head and Neck Teratoma

2005 Lecture: Mental Status Changes after Neurosurgery.

2004 Grand Rounds: Congestive Heart Failure.

1998 Dissertation: Leprosy: the Historical and Current Diagnosis and Treatments.

Volunteer Experience

2009 – Current Co-Founder, Arizona Pain Foundation. Non-profit Christian organization to help poor and underserved.

2011 Sponsored and participated in Christmas Party for Immigrants and Children from Around the World.

2011 Relief support for Alabama tornado victims.

2010 Sponsored and participated in Christmas Party for Immigrants and Children from Around the World.

2010 Support mission trip to South America.

2009 Sponsored and participated in Christmas Party for Immigrants and Children from Around the World.

2009 Arizona Pain Foundation Volunteer, Sunshine Acres Children’s Home Circus Event

2009 Arizona Pain Foundation Medical Mission Trip Volunteer to Nogales, AZ.

2009 Catholic Charity Refugee Fundraiser

2008 Sponsored Christmas Party for Burmese Immigrants.

2006 – 2007 Co-Director, Chi Alpha Campus Ministry at Texas Tech.

2002 Member, Christian Medical and Dental Association, Spring Break Medical Mission Trips to Bolivia.

2001 Member, Christian Medical and Dental Association, Spring Break Medical Mission Trips to Bolivia.

1998 Member, Relief Team to Orphanage in Juarez, Mexico.

1996 Member, Mission Trip to Chad and Cameroon, Africa.

1996 – 1998 Big Brother to “Jason” in Tulsa, OK.

1992 – 1996 National Ski Patrol, Sunrise Ski Resort, AZ.

Professional Affiliations

2012 American Association of Pain Management in Ultrasound (AAPMU)

2012 American Academy of Pain Management (AAPM)

2011 – Current Arizona Medical Association

2007 – Current North American Neuromodulation Society (NANS)

2007 – Current American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP)

2010 – Current Arizona Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (AZIPP)

2008 – Current International Spine Intervention Society (ISIS)

2007 – Current American Society of Anesthesiologist (ASA)

2004 – Current Christian Medical and Dental Association (CMDA)

Educational Meetings

2012 American Association of Pain Management in Ultrasound Meeting. Phoenix, AZ.

2011 North American Neuromodulation Society Meeting. Las Vegas, NV.

2011 West Virginia Interventional Pain Physician Society Meeting. Huntington Beach, CA.

2011 American Academy of Pain Medicine National Meeting, Washington, D.C.

2010 North American Neuromodulation Society Meeting. Las Vegas, NV.

2010 American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain National Meeting, Phoenix, AZ.

2009 North American Neuromodulation Society Meeting. Las Vegas, NV.

2009 Texas Tech Annual Pain Symposium. Lubbock, TX.

2009 Stryker Radiofrequency and Vertebroplasty Course Phoenix, AZ

2008 North American Neuromodulation Society Meeting. Las Vegas, Nevada.

2008 St. Jude Medical Advanced Physician’s Spinal Cord Stimulation Course. Phoenix, AZ.

2008 Texas Tech Annual Pain Symposium. Lubbock, TX.

2008 Stryker Radiofrequency and Vertebroplasty Course Phoenix, Arizona.

2007 Texas Tech Annual Pain Symposium. Lubbock, TX.

2006 Advanced Bionics Spinal Cord Stimulation Course.

2006 Stryker Vertebroplasty Course Baltimore, Maryland.

2006 Texas Tech Annual Pain Symposium. Lubbock, TX.

2005 Cleveland Clinic’s SJM Spinal Cord Stimulation Course.

2005 Cleveland Clinic’s Annual Pain Symposium. Orlando, FL.

2000 Represented Oklahoma’s Chapter at Christian Medical & Dental Association’s National Meeting.

Education

Post Graduate Training

2006 – 2007 Interventional Pain Management Fellowship: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX.

Emphasis on safe interventional procedures:

  • Epidural Steroid Injections: Cervical/Thoracic/Lumbar
  • Medial Branch/Facet Blocks: Cervical/Thoracic/Lumbar
  • Peripheral Nerve Blocks
  • Sympathetic Nerve Blocks: stellate ganglion, thoracic and lumbar chains
  • Abdominal Pain Blocks: splanchnic and celiac plexus
  • Pelvic/Rectal Pain Blocks: superior and inferior hypogastric plexus, ganglion impar
  • Radiofrequency Ablation: Cervical/Thoracic/Lumbar/Peripheral/Facial/Sympathetic
  • Racz Procedure: Epidural Adhesiolysis, Lysis of Adhesions Cervical/Thoracic/Lumbar
  • Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS): Cervical/Thoracic/Lumbar/Sacral
  • Peripheral Nerve Stimulation (PNS)
  • Peripheral Nerve Field Stimulation (PNfS)
  • Vertebroplasty/Vertebral Augmentation
  • Intradical Procedures: Nucleoplasty, Dekompressor
  • Discography
  • Head and Facial Procedures: subocciptal decompression, sphenopalatine ganglion, supraorbital, supratrochler, infraorbital, and auriculotemporal.

2004 – 2006 Anesthesiology Residency Years 2&3: University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, IA.

2003 – 2004 Anesthesiology Residency Year 1: New York Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn, NY.

2002 – 2003 Internal Medicine Transitional Internship: St. Joseph’s Hospital, Phoenix, AZ.

Medical Doctorate

1998 – 2002 University of Oklahoma College of Medicine: Oklahoma City and Tulsa, OK.

Bachelor of Science

1994 – 1998 Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK. Cum Laude.

Certifications

2007 – 2017 Subspecialty Board Certification: Pain Medicine.

2007 Pain Medicine, ABA Written Exam: pass first attempt.

2007 – 2017 Board Certification and Diplomate, American Board of Anesthesiology #41004.

2007 Anesthesiology Oral Board Examination: pass first attempt.

2006 Anesthesiology Written Board Examination: pass first attempt.

2006 – Current Arizona State Medical License #35497.

2006 – 2007 Minnesota State Medical License.

2000 – 2005 USMLE Steps 1-3: pass first attempt.

2001 – Current Advanced Cardiac Life Support.

1992 – 2001 Basic Cardiac Life Support.

1997 – 1998 Emergency Medical Technician training and certification.

1992 – 1996 Winter Emergency Care training and certification.

1992 – 1996 National Ski Patrol active certificate.

Interests

Medicine

Practice growth and management for external practices.

Body-Mind-Spirit approach to those who suffer from chronic pain.

Neuromodulation Advances: Peripheral Nerve Field Stimulation (PNfS).

Neuromodulation (spinal cord stimulation) for complex pain conditions.

Advanced minimally invasive spine treatments.

Stem cells and other biologics for degenerative pain conditions.

Civic

Supporting orphanages fiscally and medically.

Supporting local and global Christian missionaries.

Leading medical mission relief teams.

Personal

Sports: golf, basketball, soccer, volleyball, mountain biking, snowboarding, and wakeboarding.

Business, marketing, and medical systems.

Avid reader and global traveler.

Enjoy spending time with my amazing wife Jenny and my wonderful children: Josiah, Grace, and Judah.

 

“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”

-Ralph Waldo Emerson