First off, I want to mention that if you’ve failed at other exercise or stretching routines in the past… it’s not your fault.
And, if you’re concerned that you just can’t succeed with rehab exercises because nothing has worked for you up to this point, I want to put that fear to rest too. You can do it... You just need the right system, a system that is designed with you in mind, and the right guide to show it to you.
Have you ever thought that you were doing all the right things… everything that you were told to do… but you just weren't getting better. You would get some temporary relief but still, you were constantly dealing with pain... everyone that has an accident can't have pain every day can they?There must be a better way.
I get it... I’ve seen so many stories, just like yours, over the past 14 years. The injuries, the surgeries and the never ending flare-ups. But this doesn't have to be your story...
At this point you have two choices. You can choose to do nothing, keep doing what you are doing... and everything will stay the same as it's always been, the flare-ups, the pain....
Or you can finally tell yourself "this is it, it's time to get rid of my pain" and fill out the application. I'll get in touch for a FREE assessment where we will see what you can do to continue your rehab journey to get back to where you were before the accident, we'll identify a plan that's suited for you and clarify how you're going to stay on track.
Let's see if together we can finally make it happen. What have you got to lose? A few minutes of your time? Meanwhile think of everything you have to gain by resolving your injuries and pain...
— Joshua Walker
Yes, I want to shortcut my success, and I'm interested in a kinesiologist designed strength & conditioning program for my motor vehicle injuries.
Confidential application form:
What injuries did you sustain in the accident? (neck, mid back, lower back, hip, knee, etc.)
If you were to have a discussion with Joshua 12 months from today, and you looked back over the past year, what would have had to happen in your life for you to feel happy with your progress?