Santa Barbara based physical therapist Dr. Maury Hayashida has founded the Research Institute of Human Movement, a nonprofit focused on promoting the role of movement in human performance and quality of life.
“As a physical therapist working in this community for the past 13 years, I have seen how movement-related pain and an impaired quality of life and performance threaten everyone”
Helping people move without pain, Hayashida said, is a significant first step toward better living and containing soaring health-care costs.
The Research Institute of Human Movement, which is funded by donations and grants, has also been using the Core Laser Pro to conduct a study comparing traditional exercise treatment for low back pain. Our Core Laser device gives users direct visual feedback on how their bodies are moving and has been a vital tool with Dr. Hayashida’s study. Hayashida & Associates has incorporated the Core Laser in their treatment regimen at all of their Santa Barbara-area physical therapy offices.
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