A Wild, Weird, Cool Year of Amazing Client Stories—2015!
Looking back on the stories of new clients this year further reinforces that we are crazy resilient and the myriad of things that affect us before birth makes me wonder how any of us actually grow up and function.
Here is a sampling of the reasons we've met some of the children and adults whom we've had the pleasure
Scott and His Body Casts
One hot summer an eight-year-old was sidelined with a full body cast bummed at the loss of his budding soccer career.
Fast forward 29 years later...Meet Scott, a father of two preschoolers. He has struggled with chronic body aches and pains which limited his ability to play with his little ones. The pain used to leave him unsure of being able to get
Snakes, Peanuts, and Nano-movements!
The first of the nano-movements, PEANUT, is such a simple movement, yet we find many whose core movement doesn't pass. Read on to learn more about this movement and how missing it may affect you.
Cells are rapidly vibrating, expanding, and dividing. The mass of cells on their way to becoming an
Just What Are Nano-movements?
Nanotechnology, Nanobiology, Nanoparticles...Nano-movements?
The prefix 'Nano' is a math term meaning one billionth, or .000000001, which is really small!
During the past year we've taken movement down to a whole new level—integrating the smallest observed movements with amazing results!
Connecting to Spring Fun!
What a fun time we've been having the past few weeks. Clients young and not so young have been in to work on a wide variety of sports and recreational skills. Ranging from running, tennis, golf, lacrosse, hockey, soccer, ice skating, ballet, badminton, baseball, and basketball to cartwheels, back bends, and somersaults in gymnastics.
The common element
Colds, Coughs, and Nano-movements
Count yourself lucky if you've avoided the respiratory bugs making the rounds this winter. This season's version seems to be accompanied by a long-lasting nagging cough.
At first the cough is nagging, annoying, and tiring. The worse the cough, the more likely chest muscles are getting stressed. When coughing lasts for weeks the coordination
Jimmy's Back in the Game!"Jimmy walked into your office, slumping and tired, and left a rejuvenated boy." –Jimmy’s Mom
A hard fall during a hockey game and nine-year-old Jimmy began to have a headache and experience dizziness. His balance was off-kilter and he even was having a difficult time concentrating on academics.
"He was just off," his mother