In the world, it is estimated that roughly 10% of the population have a problem with ease of movement, which is 720 million people. Of that number, an estimated 45 million people have movement impairments that are due to degenerative neurological disorders.
According to government calculations in the United States, an estimated 75.4 million adults have basic or complex movement limitations. Of these 25.6 million adults are described as having a movement impairment with older adults having more movement problems than younger adults.
The reasons for these movement problems and movement impairments vary greatly, but the overall effect is always the same. Impaired movements create problematic issues in all aspects of their lives; physically, socially, personal relationships, academically, finacially, employability and professionally.
Is there anything any of this affected people can do? Yes, there is something they can do to create more balance, ease of movement and overall improvement in their movement abilities.
The information on this site is directed to anyone having problems with walking, clumsy and uncoordinated movements, balance and falling. This website is focused on teaching people with problematic movements how to correct many of their movement issues which in turn will help you have a better life.
The information on this site applies to anyone and everyone because the information centered within the basics of our natural movements; the same ones you learned naturally as a baby and toddler. At that young age everyone mastered the use of their body and movements. in our youth, without fear or thought we expertly enjoyed our movement ability because we could. But these are the same basic things a person with a movement impairment has essentially unlearned, and is often afraid to try.
At a very young age we learned all of our natural basics through simply doing them on our little feet. We became experts in our movement abilities at a time when our brain was not developed enough to understand what we were learning. That is why we continue through life not knowing or having the ability to explain how we do the movements we know so well.
That creates a bigger problem. If no one actually knows how they do what they themselves do, where does the person with movement problems go to be instructed in the right and wrong of what they are actually doing and should be doing? The answer to that question is, “There has been nowhere for them to go.”
In practical terms, the information here is an explanation of what our natural movements actually are and how they work. Also, there is information describing what many problematic issues are that cause natural movements to become unnatural movements. The educational information on this site is unique and will provide you with answers to complex movement related questions.