Chronic Pain is at epidemic levels in this country with over 80 million Americans who suffer from musculoskeletal pain.
“THE DOCTORS OF THE FUTURE WILL GIVE NO MEDICINES, RATHER INTEREST THEIR PATIENTS IN THE CARE OF THE HUMAN FRAME THROUGH LIFESTYLE AND DIET. AND IN THE CAUSE AND PREVENTION OF DISEASE.” –THOMAS EDISON
“No lost income from back pain!”
I could barely walk into the studio. My back kept going out. This would mean days off of work, lost income and true misery! My wife dragged me into see Mary Kim-Garrity. The team amazed me then and I still see her for tune ups! Now I am running marathons! –Matthew-Hingham MA
To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.
Michael had frozen shoulder. He couldn’t afford to have frozen shoulder because he works in construction. Michael came to the studio for six months and feels great. He visits frequently.
Richard, a type I diabetic, needed to maintain circulation to his extremities. When I met him, he was in a wheel chair. Now he comes in for maintenance now and then.
Amy is a division I soccer player who got injured and is at the post rehabilitation stage of her recovery. It took the whole summer, but Amy is back on the soccer field and captain of her soccer team.
Joanie had a hip replacement and was in a lot of pain two months after the surgery. What I explained to her is that “your muscular-skeletal system caused the hip issues to begin with. The surgery didn’t correct muscle firing patterns and dysfunction of your hip. We will address those first, decrease your pain and then help you start your life again!”
Terry was a surgical candidate for her left hip and right knee. Surgery was recommended 3 years ago. Terry has not had the surgery, lives without pain and she became a Pilates instructor. Terry now works in the midwest.
Alan is an executive who suffers from knee and lower back pain. His pain flairs after driving. We did several sessions to change the muscle firing patterns of his deep core. Then we did some vision training and his knee pain was gone. More importantly, he is now back to golfing and swimming.