Cara works with client, Allison

Neck and Hip Pain? Maybe There’s More Than One Cause …

Long-time neck and hip pain? Why? What other reasons might be involved?

In the latest Bridging Insider video, we meet Allison who has chronic neck and hip pain. With a lifetime full of movement disruptors she is bothered by pain. Although she works with several other professionals, she is hoping for a new perspective and additional help.

Allison’s disruptors:

Auto accident, bike fall, stair fall, concussion, fractured arm, C-section birth (her own), twin pregnancy.  Read more

Cara helps John after hip replacement

Strength and Balance Off? Might Be More Aspects to Your Surgical Recovery!

Fatigue, strength, and balance concerns

In the latest Bridging Insider video we meet John who wants to get back into a healthier lifestyle after being side-lined over the past few years with a degenerated hip. A new hip got rid of the source of his pain, and he was ready to get moving again!

However, as he progressed through his recovery period, he noticed his balance could be better. Even more annoying was that his leg got weaker as the day progressed. He found that using walking sticks enabled outdoor activity, but they weren’t helping with the overall fatigue as much as he hoped.

As you’ll see in the video, Bridging was able to assess the after-effects of his hip surgery and put the specific gaps back together. Read more

follow up ssession with Cindy

Your Body Doesn’t Move Correctly? Might Be Prior Injuries

Coordination between your core, arms or legs have you feeling less than confident?

At The Bridging® Institute, we find disruptors to movement fall into consistent categories. As you accumulate more of these over the years, your body is less able to bounce back and find a way to keep going. Life can easily become a vicious circle of exercise, maintenance, and fatigue.

Common movement disruptors include:

  • Injuries
  • Accidents
  • Illnesses
  • Medical procedures
  • Even your birth or prenatal movement development!

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Movement is key

Health and Longevity? Physical Movement is Critical

But Does Your Body Move Right?

Welcome to 2023!!!

Thank you to the New York Times for this week’s timely article about exercise. The overall takeaway from the story is about staying active for health and well-being.

Bottom line — making time daily to move is a must do for health and longevity!

Looking at the article, which debates strength and cardio, I feel there is a more basic question to consider …

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