Corrective Exercise

With almost all individuals who suffer from musculoskeletal injuries, the body has had the ability to adapt and change from its normal function.  This change can result in motor control problems or the inability to have correct stability and mobility throughout the body. Once the initial cause of the injury or condition has been addressed specific rehabilitative corrective exercises can be implemented. Correcting any major muscle imbalances and motor control problems before beginning rehabilitative exercise program is vital. Muscle weaknesses and imbalances prevent joints from functioning correctly and will disrupt the ability to move efficiently, putting people at greater risk for injury, chronic muscle pain, and/or joint pain. Incorporating these exercises into your care is part of helping you return to optimal levels of health as well as to preventing future injury.