We often attribute pain as always, only, ever - being “bad”.
I think this is a mistake.
We need to expand how we view, understand and interpret pain.
In 10 years of clinical practice, I don't think anything has impacted me so greatly. I have learned bits and pieces here and there about Foundation Training, and it totally made sense! So I went the extra step and recently took a certification course on this methodology.
Everything about it.
We are people with a passion for helping. We are athletes. Have been there at some point. Understand the frustration.
We’re compelled to figure out why and how to fix it. Students of human movement. Laborers - manual workers. Inventive - as each person, each body structure and composition and goals within are unique and different.
Do you ever wonder where you could be right now if you had started that thing back then? I am not a huge fan of this type of thought process as it tends to carry a sense of regret or guilt, however, I do think there is value in reflecting on the passing of time with regards to where we were, where we currently are at and where we would like to be going.