Egoscue | Brian Bradley

Get ready for a fun interview with Brian Bradley of Egoscue. Special guest Jack Miller, President of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, joins Dr. Greg Lane in asking interesting questions about Egoscue. Topics include the history of the Egoscue Method and how we can start using it now to enhance our daily lives.

Brian is the Vice President of Egoscue, Inc. Brian is on a mission to help millions of people learn how to live healthier, pain-free lives and achieve complete fitness. A frequent speaker at industry events, he presents, consults, and conducts training with corporations, organizations, and nonprofits on the topics of chronic pain, healthy living, and high-level performance. His clients include the Tony Robbins Companies, Bulletproof Radio, YPO, the Seattle Study Club, and the NFL.

Brian has been studying “true” biomechanics and human anatomy using The Egoscue Method for more than 25 years. As the Posture-Pain-Performance coach and motivational speaker, he has spoken in more than 15 countries, promoting a myriad of healthy principles for achieving success in all areas of personal and professional life. Brian believes that real and lasting change can happen when we commit to health as a lifestyle. His postural training, fitness experience and engaging personality get people of all ages moving and digging deep to get their best results.

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History:The Egoscue Method was created by Pete Egoscue through his efforts to find solutions for his own chronic pain. After returning from Vietnam with a Purple Heart and ongoing nerve pain due to wounds suffered in battle Pete was conditioned to rely on medical experts, but they focused on his symptoms and were unable to help him. So Pete began his search for a way to live pain-free, finding the true cause of his symptoms—his posture and balance.Clinical uses: What is the Egoscue Method?  How is it performed? When is it used and when would someone seek out a practitioner?  What are some of the issues that people seek out an Egoscue trainer?Comparative Uniqueness:  How does the Egoscue Method differ or compare with some of the other mind/body postural exercise systems such as Pilates, Alexander Technique, Feldenkrais, Gyrotonic, even Yoga or Qi Gong, etc.?Sports performance:  Any applications here? Are your trainers working with elite athletes?

Cognitive performance: Any applications here? Are your trainers working with peak performers in areas where the goal is exceptional cognitive performance?

Safety:  Any concerns about safety when practicing The Egoscue Method?

Research:  There is some research on The Egoscue Method and positive influence on patients with CTE that has come out recently.  Can you elaborate on that?  Is there any other interesting research that you’re particularly excited about?