The Hub for Better Movement

The truth is we can't help everyone. Many times, we tend to disregard an entire profession based on one bad experience or thought process. I've definitely done this multiple times myself.

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But every profession has their own specialty and philosophy in doing things. If it didn't work for you, doesn't mean the profession sucks. It just means that it didn't work for you. But they are able to help many others, which is why they still get good reviews and are in business.

I've spent the last 2 years networking and learning about every medical and health profession I can link up with and I am humbled by how everyone I meet has their own philosophy to treatment and training. Not one is better than the other. It just depends on what you need the most, at that particular point in time, for your specific goal or condition.

I'm grateful to have met these professionals and made my gym a central hub of connections so if there's a specific case that I can't handle. I can pinpoint and refer my clients to a specific person that has the highest chance of helping with that case. Be it chiropractic, physical therapy, natural path, acupuncture, structural integration, sensory deprivation, massage, NKT, osteopathic, Ortho etc.

Because I actually spent time and took sessions with every one of these professionals. Asking them how they work, what they do, why they do it, experienced it and felt the difference. I know that I can trust my clients with them when I refer them to these pros. It's not about money or ego, it's about making everyone feel better... Because feeling like shit sucks... And what's worse about feeling like shit is not know why. So let's figure out why. Then we can help :)


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