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Cara at the Bridging Institute

Pain — The #1 Reason Teens and Adults Seek Out Bridging® Relief

Insights about Chronic Pain 80% of childhood chronic pain continues into adulthood. Many study* participants reported the pain was the result of a sports injury. (*Source: Chronic Pain in Adolescents Children (Basel) Dec 2016 Freiedrichdorf et al.) 17% of adults with chronic pain had it as a child. Chronic pain is also a significant post-operative […]

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Lasting Effects from Injuries. Who is Easier to Help — Kids or Adults?

How is helping an injury different between kids and adults? Recently we had a client ask, “Is it easier to help kids, or adults?” My answer, “It depends.” We recently explored this question related to surgical recovery. However, injuries are a more common event at all ages so let’s explore the differences between helping adults […]

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Still Recovering from a Surgery or Medical Procedure?

Recent Surgical Procedure? We have many clients who are finally able to get their Covid delayed procedures done, or have had test results requiring new procedures. Knees, hips, biopsies, moles, shoulders and feet. Oh my! Being such a timely topic, post-surgical support will be the focus for our quarterly professional Bridging® learning event next week. […]

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Pain, Anxiety and Balance Concerns? Consider a Virtual Session

Virtual session for adults – What’s different? From a client’s wife in Kansas City, MO – “He was moving much better during our walk that followed your session. He walked more quickly as well. Cara easily navigated us through simple movements virtually. These movements resulted in more fluidity and flexibility for his body after a […]

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Beginning the New Year–January 12, 2017

Beginning the New Year Many of us set goals for the year and attainment of these goals generally involves an element of change. As the Change Model graphic shows, transition is essential.   What If We Are Stuck at The Transition? We consistently find that being stuck in a life transition correlates to being stuck […]

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Summer Boo-Boo’s Summer 2013 post

Amazing that we are halfway through the summer, yet not half way done with summer plans. Whether barbequing, biking, boating or traveling, please be careful! We find summer fun sometimes yields summer boo-boo’s. But you didn’t get seriously hurt, you say? Thank goodness! However big or small, incidents with significant impact still leave their signature […]

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Learning & Sensory Processing: Insights from Marlo Payne

Marlo Payne Thurman, M.S., nationally recognized educational consultant, is well known for her work in both public and private schools, and has served in a variety of learning and mental health centers. She founded the Brideun Learning Communities and The Center for Education Enrichment, a private educational consulting company specializing in meeting the needs of […]

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