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The Bridge Health Recovery Center Announces Upcoming Sessions
Date:4/9/2008

Located close to Zion National Park, The Bridge offers health and hope to individuals with unresolved medical conditions

ROCKVILLE, Utah, April 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Bridge Health Recovery Center announced today its session schedule for April, May, and June 2008. The Bridge is the leader in extensive and personalized treatment for people that frequently require care beyond what is offered by the standard medical model.

The following are a few examples of conditions The Bridge is designed to rehabilitate.

-- Chronic Pain -- Adult Onset Diabetes

-- Chronic Illness -- Fibromyalgia

-- Depression/Anxiety -- Hypertension

-- Obesity -- Prescription Drug Dependence

-- Back Pain -- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

-- Failed Surgery -- Lost Motivation

"We want to help those in pain to build a bridge back to a state of health and happiness," states Daren Brooks, Founder of The Bridge. "Our methodology is based on a structured, comprehensive approach of treating each individual as a whole, rather than as an organism with a list of isolated conditions. Our process is designed to work in tandem with the mind and the body. Instead of saying, 'Try more medicine', we say, 'let us help you with your diet, your state of mind, and your physical activity level. Let us provide you with some tools that you don't have right now which will improve your health."

"When I arrived at The Bridge my body was screaming with the pain of fear, anger, depression, and resentment...(and was manifesting as) fatigue and chronic pain," shares Margo, a former visitor to The Bridge. "While at The Bridge, I learned in a gentle and loving way to...think differently about my mind, body and spirit. I exercised, meditated, ate healthfully, and had fun. The release I felt was sweet."
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