Finding the path to solving musculoskeletal pain and injury requires a healthy dose of perspective.
Rather than relying on symptomatic treatments and stop-gap solutions, we need to take the time to understand why you've become sore. Otherwise, it's impossible to figure out an effective long-term strategy that meets or exceeds your rehabilitation goals.
Whether it be low back pain, neck pain, knee pain, hip pain, shoulder pain, foot pain, or anything else you might currently be struggling with, there are genuine underlying factors that have led you to where you are. It's just really hard to appreciate them without a little guidance.
It's important to note that we aren't talking about the commonly blamed culprits here. We aren't talking about age, or growing pains, or "sleeping funny", or even overuse. Ultimately, these aren't good enough explanations for your pain and injury. On the surface, they make perfect sense, but when you add that healthy dose of perspective it becomes clear that these things expose hidden deficiencies rather than create them on their own.
Instead, this perspective allows us to truly understand the modern world and its covert role in sabotaging our basic human mechanics. It helps us connect previously overlooked dots between what we do each day, how we do it, what we use to do it, and eventual physical consequences.
Whether it be our constant thirst for sitting or the shoes we decide to wear each day, these decisions may compromise the way our body functions. And given enough time, these hidden handbrakes might snowball into something unwanted and painful.
And through Your Wellness Nerd, I hope to give you these final pieces to your puzzle. The necessary information you may need to not only conquer your symptoms but the reason why they exist in the first place.
So if you feel the time is right to make change, please consider our courses as a crucial step in the right direction.
Please note, that signing up for our school will only add you to our user list. If you would like to enroll in one of our in-depth self-treatment courses you will still need to specifically enroll in the course of your choice to access our content. Look forward to having you onboard!