What is Corrective Exercise ?
A term used to describe the systematic process of identifying neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction, developing a plan of action, and implementing an integrated corrective strategy.
1. An integrated assessment – Identify the problem.
2. Corrective program design – Solve the problem.
3. Exercise technique – Implement the solution.
Who uses Corrective Exercise?
If you have been in a automobile accident or work related injury, old sports injury, new to fitness, post re-habilitation, use repetitive movement to complete your work or work in a confined space.
Today more people work in a office environment they work longer hours with better technology, efficient automation and are required to move less.
If you have been diagnosed by your physician to begin a fitness program due to your chronic health condition than you will benefit from using Corrective Exercise Techniques.
This new world produces inactive non-functional lifestyles which leads to dysfunction and increased injury incidents such as Foot and Ankle, Knee, Hip Complex, Low Back, Elbow and Wrist, Shoulder Complex, and Neck injuries.
How does Corrective Exercise work?
By improving flexibility, increasing strength and neuromuscular control, training in different environments and training in different planes motion specifically designed to follow biomechanical, physiologic, and functional principles of the human movement system.
Breakdown: a systematic approach that will improve muscle imbalances, minimize injury and maximize results.
If you find your self in pain and your sick of it, stop taking pain pills to get by, stop ignoring the pain. Together we’ll find the root of the problem and eliminate it for good, you have my word.