Solving Joint Pain In The Gym
The traditional approach to treating joint pain is NOT working. Pills, injections and endless doctor visits all provide temporary pain relief without actually solving the problem. We don't need more therapies...we need a new approach. Our educational, strength-based approach to solving joint pain gives you the tools to solve joint pain, keep active and maintain your lifestyle as you get older.
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Meet The Doctor
After spending years working in traditional chiropractic clinics, treating the same people with the same problems month after month, Dr. Carl Baird DC, MS realized something needed to change if he wanted to have a bigger impact on people’s lives.
He opened his private practice Evolve Performance Healthcare with the goal of improving how people experience the world around them. For the past 10 years, he has dedicated his life to helping adults aged 40+ keep active, strong, and doing what they love – even when nothing else has worked. His educational, strength based approach to medicine has helped 100’s of people regain strength and confidence in their body even when all other therapies have failed.
He began his website Solving Pain With Strength to bring this approach to a broader audience and to help people from all over the world.
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