Carol Montgomery

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About the Author: Carol Montgomery

Carol is a physical therapist, a co-creator of Integral Human GaitSM theory, a certified Feldenkrais practitioner, and a Senior Trainer in Movement Intelligence. Focus, Align, Teach and Inspire! These qualities not only describe her work, they describe her presence. She is passionate when it comes to reconnecting learning with human function and health. Carol is in private practice at in Columbus, Indiana.

Peripheral Neuropathy, Balance and Falling

Can you explain how skin affects balance? It is commonly known that loss of joint range of motion in the foot, ankle, hip and spine can impact one’s balance1-3, especially when trying to walk across an uneven parking lot, the backyard, down a gravel driveway or climbing up the stairs. But how can the skin [...]

By | 2018-11-09T14:03:57-05:00 November 9th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Oxford Presentation Video: Bones for Life Research for Seniors outlined

Here we offer our powerpoint presentation. If you enjoy video, watch. If you would rather read, scroll down a bit and I have also outlined the research in writing with a link to the abstract. Our mission at Integrative Learning Center is to nurture the health and development of individuals enabling them to serve [...]

By | 2019-08-08T16:31:50-05:00 September 8th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Total Joint Replacement: Hip and Knee

Over the last 40 years, and certainly most recently, advances in surgical techniques allow persons suffering from severe knee or hip pain to return to active lives through Total Joint Replacement (TJR). TJR is a surgical procedure in which arthritic or damaged joint surfaces are removed and replaced with an artificial joint or "prosthesis". The [...]

By | 2017-08-03T06:29:47-05:00 February 20th, 2008|Blog|0 Comments

Knee Osteoarthritis

The knee joint is formed by the ends of three bones: the lower end of the thigh bone (femur), the upper end of the shin bone (tibia), and the kneecap (patella). Located on the sides and in the middle of the joint are thick, non-elastic tissue bands called ligaments. Ligaments bind and connect the bones [...]

By | 2017-08-03T06:37:51-05:00 January 12th, 2008|Blog|0 Comments


Osteoarthritis is a name of a medical condition that is the ongoing and the end result of a repeated attempt of the body’s ability to repair and heal itself from sustained and compromised pressure.  Osteoarthritis (OA) simply means inflammation (itis) of the boney (osteo) joint (arthro).  Although there are several types of joints, joint is [...]

By | 2017-08-03T06:38:27-05:00 November 19th, 2007|Blog|0 Comments