C.O.R.E. Joins the "Power of Possibility" network

We are committed to restoring the practice of Possibility-Driven Care

When looking at everything great and inspiring that has ever been achieved in human history, the common denominator connecting between each and every event is the triumph of possibility over probability. My goal with POP is to restore the Art of medicine back into healthcare, reintroduce Humanity as the focal point of doctor/patient interactions, and to strive so that no person ever hears the words "You will never be able to ________ again." - And that's only the beginning.

Ron Weinreich - POP Founder & President



This month our "Life Series" group will be a transformed into a Concert and Wings For Life World Run activation event!

Join us for a FUN night of FOOD, FRIENDS and LIVE MUSIC by the Ryan Arklin Band and FOREBEAR!

With plenty of Red Bull flowing, we will have pizza, celebrity athletes and Wings For Life Ambassadors sharing the World Run pre-race vibe. Onsite signups will be availible.

Farewell Doug Olivera

Doug Olivera, a person that all of us have come to know and love over the past 3 years is leaving C.O.R.E. to take care of his father's health. Doug's compassionate care and impactful presence on the lives of each and every one of the clients that entrusted him with their care is much appreciated. All of us at C.O.R.E. along with the entire #COREcommunity wishes Doug and his family the very best.

On a personal note, I am very pleased to say that I am continuing to make progress in my recovery and am looking forward to resuming my passion of client care with many of Doug's clients.

Between Laquita, Aaron, myself, our staff, and C.O.R.E.'s robust system of working, I am excited about seeing Doug's clients continue to demonstrate the many benefits and great results that come paired with restorative exercise.

"Success means we go to sleep at night knowing that our talents and abilities were used in a way that served others" - Marianne Williamson

Together, we "Rise Above" - Taylor Isaacs

Neurobridge Allows Brain To Bypass Spinal Cord, Move Paralyzed Limbs

(COLUMBUS, Ohio) June 2014 -- A man in Ohio has become the first patient ever to move his paralyzed hand by using his thoughts. In a small, crowded laboratory at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, 23-year old Ian Burkhart looked closely at his hand, squinted with concentration and made a fist as doctors, neuroscientists and engineers from Battelle, and Ian's family gasped.

Life Series Event August 26th

The Center of Restorative Exercise in conjunction with the Triumph Foundation will host it's monthly Life Series Event Tuesday August 26th at 7pm. This months event will featured the photography of  Xander Mozejewski. Listen as he narrates his story. Watch, a digital display of his photo gallery, and learn, as he shares photography 101 tips and shows you how to snap the perfect Instagram picture.