We help you get back in motion
Our bodies adapt to environments and activities. Over time, this can lead to movement patterns that are inefficient and can cause pain and injury. Corrective exercise is a type of exercise that is designed to correct these movement patterns and improve overall function. Office workers, for example, often have tight hips from sitting in a chair all day. Corrective exercise can help to stretch these muscles and restore normal movement patterns. Those who lift weights regularly may develop muscle imbalances due to overuse.
Corrective exercises can help to correct these imbalances and improve performance. Standing for long hours can cause people to develop tightness in their hip and back muscles. Corrective exercises can help to stretch these muscles and improve posture. Aging is also a common cause of movement patterns that are inefficient and can lead to pain or injuries. Corrective exercises can help to improve balance, coordination, and stability as we age.
Corrective exercises can:
- Improve neuromuscular efficiency (coordination).
- Improve posture.
- Reduce risk of injury.
- Improve movement patterns.
- Increase ability to recover.
- Prepare the body for higher intensity exercise.