Cuan Coetzee

“Fitness for me started out as competition, it is now the main ingredient for my balanced lifestyle. Movement has always been ingrained in me. Growing up, my brother and I were competitive athletes. Exercise was the motivator to pursue a career in healthcare, and now is my biggest addition to all my treatment protocols.

Movement is so ingrained in me that it is the basis for my brand, MoveMed, which is the educational platform through which I educate my patients (and anyone interested) about how movement is the best medicine. As a Chiropractor and Health Coach, exercise is the common denominator and most important piece of advice I give to every patient I see. Exercise, when coupled with recovery, speeds up healing, decreases inflammation and decreases stress. I have witnessed, first hand, the transformation power that exercise has in a person’s physical, chemical, emotional and even spiritual being.”

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