We are excited to announce that Gabe Adams, and his father Ron will be joining us at our annual Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium on Thursday, April 19th from 5:45-7pm for a “Conversational Presentation.” Gabe Adams was born in Brazil with Hanhart Syndrome, a genetic disorder, leaving him with no arms or legs. Adopted by his Utah family, Gabe is an amazing example of rising to the challenge. Despite his challenges, Gabe is an extremely independent 19 year old young man, and lives an amazingly “normal” life. He even made the dance teams at both Davis and Desert Hills High Schools. He recently graduated high school and has begun his career as a motivational speaker. James Anderson introduced us to Gabe a few weeks ago, and we knew right away that we wanted to meet this incredible young man and his parents. With our upcoming Symposium topic, “Postural Restriction: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Alignment of Functional Patterns”, we will have several speakers discussing neurological and soft tissue tension. After seeing Gabe move with very little tension or resistance placed on his body, including dancing, climbing stairs, and being so incredibly independent with daily life activities, we knew this would be a great opportunity for all of us to learn more about Gabe and how he navigates through life with his trunk, head and neck. There is no doubt Gabe’s story will inspire you, and the opportunity to meet and learn from Gabe about his movement patterns and how he has gotten to where he is today is a once in a lifetime opportunity that will not only impact your professional practice, but also your personal life.
To learn more about Gabe, please visit www.limbitlessgabe.com. A limited number of seats are still available for our Interdisciplinary Integration Symposium on April 19-20th in Lincoln, NE. CLICK HERE to register today!