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Anderson helped Olympic hockey gold medallist Jenn Morris run again

A Double Olympic Gold Medalist and Hockey Icon

Jenn Morris, a remarkable athlete, proudly represented Australia in hockey from 1991 to 2000, leaving an indelible mark on the sport. Her journey was nothing short of extraordinary.

Jenn Morris clinched not one, but two Olympic gold medals for her nation. Her dedication and skill on the field were unmatched, contributing significantly to her team's success.

Jenn held the distinguished position of sharing the captaincy of the Hockeyroos throughout her illustrious career. Her leadership qualities were instrumental in guiding her team to victory.

Jenn's resilience was put to the test when she faced a challenging period of injury, spanning two and a half years, due to complications arising from a knee reconstruction. Remarkably, this was her second such reconstruction, with the first one in 1991 sidelining her from the Barcelona Olympics in 1992.

Regrettably, these injuries took a toll on Morris's physical well-being, rendering her incapable of engaging in activities as basic as running and experiencing the simple joy of living without the burden of pain. These physical limitations became a significant obstacle in her path, challenging her resilience and determination to overcome adversity.

It was at this pivotal juncture that she discovered Brady Anderson and embarked on an extensive journey of collaboration and rehabilitation with him.

Olympic hockey gold medallist Jenn Morris told The West Australian in 2015 that working with Anderson on her two reconstructed knees helped her run for the first time in 15 years.

By harnessing the transformative power of the Anderson Method under the expert guidance of the renowned specialist, Brady Anderson, Morris successfully rebuilt her strength and mobility. This allowed her to rediscover running, reigniting a passion within her that knew no limits.



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