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Knee Still Painful or Uncertain After ACL Repair?

ACL sprains and tears are among the most common types of knee injuries in the U.S., with more than a quarter million people injuring their anterior cruciate ligaments every year. Most people have some surgery-related pain and discomfort for the first week or so. Not surprisingly, pain from knee surgery decreases with time. By the […]

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Families, Trauma, and How Micromovements Help

There are so many ways trauma can impact us! Obvious traumas are injuries and accidents. Less obvious traumas include: medical procedures emotional trauma birth trauma illness How many traumas have you or a family member experienced? Recently we shared our model of how Bridging helps to quickly get your body back on track after these […]

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Moms, Still Bothered by Back Pain, Weak Core, Leaking or Odd Ab Sensations?

Following childbirth moms are told that time and exercise will help their core return to its original function. Our clients tell a different story. They have been frustrated with slow or plateaued recovery in many ways, especially if they had a C-section. They are so happy to finally begin feeling like their former selves with […]

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Post-surgical Recovery Incomplete? See How Bridging® Helped this Hockey Player

“An estimated 12 million individuals between the ages of 5 and 22 years suffer a sport-related injury annually, which leads to 20 million lost days of school and approximately $33 billion in health care costs.” Common Sports Injuries: Incidence and Average Charges | ASPE ( Post Surgery: Will I ever be back to normal? This […]

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Why Is the “WHEN” So Important to Helping us Help You?

Check out this diagram (click to enlarge) “When?” is one of the most important pieces of information we consider You have pain, balance, coordination concerns, or anxiety. As part of our process of getting you back on track physically or developmentally, we want to know what happened and when in order to understand how your […]

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