When providing solutions for pain:
Physios do physio and believe in it
Osteopaths do osteopathy and believe in it
Chiropractors do chiropactic and believe in it
Trainers use exercise and believe in it
Yoga teachers practice yoga and believe in it
Pilates teachers teach pilates and believe in it
Podiatrists build orthotics and believe in it
But it can’t be the case that one of them is right and the rest are wrong!
They all provide a valuable service and all benefit from the Anatomy in Motion Finding Centre course claiming it’s enormously complementary and supports exactly what they do.
Could it be that movement, the thing that complements all other therapies sits right in the centre, tying them all together.
Is movement the missing link?