A NEW DISCOVERY IN THE TREATMENT OF PAIN & BALANCE PROBLEMS
Ten years ago, driving down the street, I witnessed an elderly man fall to the sidewalk, and pulled over to help. He told me a story that was the beginning of a six-year journey, leading eventually to the discovery of The Harwin Balancer.
As I pondered this man's story over the next three days I realized that the solution to his complex balance problem was really very simple. If he were to strengthen his calf muscle with a push off pattern of the ankle, he would be able to walk down the hill without falling.
I began to think about how the foot and ankle system are the starting place for our ability to walk upright, as human beings. As we age, the small imbalances left from our lifetime of wear and tear, too often grow into serious pain and balance challenges later in life.
Our bodies typically make choices for short-term survival without any consideration for the quality of our life when we are older.
When we are young these left over imbalances are small and usually too subtle for us to notice. But as we age our body's ability to carry this additional load can become overwhelming and easily lead to chronic pain and balance problems.
The Harwin Balancer appears to access the early intelligence that was available to us when we first learned to walk. This innate level intelligence is, by its very nature, a creative problem-solver and naturally organizes the body towards pain free movement. Rather than being locked into our past history, it elicits a higher, more intelligent and corrective response to our old injuries.
The Harwin Balancer is consistently changing peoples lives.
Please view The Harwin Balancer video on my website, www.theharwinbalancer.com. For a personal training/pre-purchase session with The Balancer, call me for an appointment at 510.232.0004 or write to email@example.com. The Harwin Balancer is also being used in many Physical Therapy clinics in the east bay of northern California, at St. Helena Hospital, and at UCSF - Mission Bay facility.