For most of human history, we move. Every day. In varying intensities, durations and directions. Any given day may have involved walking, running, climbing, hunting, gathering, throwing, or moving something heavy.
There are mountains of research that show that quality movement and exercise not only improves joint and cardiovascular health, but mental health, concentration, memory and attention are also strongly correlated to our activity levels. The reason we have a brain is to move.
Chiropractic care combined with functional movement(s) can bring your body back into alignment with your birthright of experiencing joy in the movement of your body.
Research shows that exercise has a very strong preventative impact on almost all of the leading causes of death and disability in the U.S. It is absolutely critical that we adopt a wide variety of movement throughout the ENTIRE lifetime.
It’s unfortunate, but when we think about our health, most of us don’t think about how we move. This is a big problem in the US, as the leading causes of disability in the US are related to movement disorders (back pain, neck pain, other joint pain), and many of the leading causes of death are lifestyle related (Global burden of disease study, 2010). The biggest quality of life problems in America (and most of the developed world) are directly related to how we move.
While our health care system has done a decent job screening for most other chronic diseases, we usually don’t manage the musculoskeletal system until after pain, injury, or symptoms appear. To be blunt, we suck at being proactive with the largest functioning system of the body. We can address some of the biggest problems in public health by all moving better.
Dr. Moses Bernard B.Sc., DC
Dr. Bernard holds a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Saskatchewan, in Saskatoon, Canada where he graduated with great distinction. He also holds a cum laude Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, TX.
He has since expanded his education to include numerous post-graduate certifications in neuromuscular rehabilitation & sports performance enhancement. His post-graduate studies have ranged in fields as diverse as yoga therapy, infant neuro-motor development and Olympic weightlifting. Dr. Bernard has taught seminars throughout the United States, has had multiple articles published in peer-reviewed academic journals, and has presented findings from clinical studies at international research conventions.
In addition, Dr. Bernard recently served as the Postural Specialist & High Performance Liaison for Major league baseball’s Toronto Blue Jays. In this position, Dr. Bernard was the only Chiropractic Physician to travel with a professional baseball franchise in 2016.
His treatment approach focuses on identifying, evaluating and correcting movement imbalances to eliminate pain, and prevent joint degeneration. Dr. Bernard’s approach covers the spectrum from rehab to performance, and works regardless of whether you are injured, healthy, new to activity, or a world-class athlete.
Chiropractic Adjustments, Biomechanics assessments, Manual Trigger Point Therapy, Cupping, Rehab & Workout Program Design
Follow up visits
For more information visit http://www.mosesbernard.com. License: CH10944.