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Have you been looking the best online rehab/ therapy courses available? Congrats, you've just found them!
Why are mine the best? Great question, glad you asked!
These courses offer more than your standard "run-of-the-mill" rehab videos... you know what ones I'm talking about. The courses that suggest things that your Grandmother would (rest, ice, heat, compress, stretch, be careful, etc). Chances are, over the next 5 years, you probably won't find any of the suggestions on my course on WebMD. If standard suggestion worked, then you wouldn't be looking into my course right?
The only thing you'll find negative in my course is spelling error.... yes, I suck at spell checking...
Within these courses, you'll be exposed to how I coach my patients into moving well and reducing their symptoms with a MOVEMENT-BASED correction, rather than one that just kills sensation.
In my clinic, I've been able to coach patients with chronic back pain out of pain within minutes. The same goes for unsolved knee pain with soccer players who've been seen by 3+ doctors. Same goes for groin and abdominal injuries... MOST people with non-contact injuries can be coached, via movement, out of pain... which is very non-invasive. We simply unload pressure from the sensitive tissue.
Simple right?! Tightness, aches, and pains can all be reduced by movement corrections if you follow the CORRECT step-by-step process.
Unsure of what to expect and hesitant to buy?
Yes, I get it... most people don't know what to expect, mainly because they've never seen these methods before. Without going into a long-winded explanation, just buy a course. It's all in there. If you think it's BS just return it for a 100% money back guarantee.
- Tight Hamstrings
- Oblique Strains
- Sports Hernias
- Grumpy Backs
All conditions that are on our projected list. See what we have available now!
Dr. Sebastian Gonzales DC, DACBSP®, CSCS
- Clinical Director, Performance Place Sports Care®
- Host, "Restoring Human Movement" Podcast
- Contributing Writer for Bodybuilding.com
Stiffness for Hamstrings Intro Presentation
FOUR Most Effective "CORE" Exercises –