Wellness is a broad term encompassing various aspects of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.
Corrective exercise, as a part of your wellness program, specifically addresses your movement-related issues to optimize your function and enhance your overall quality of life.
We address your movement compensations, imbalances, and dysfunctions to improve the overall quality of your movement and function in everyday life. We identify and teach you how to correct these issues.
Corrective exercise helps you improve posture, balance, coordination, and reduce pain and future injuries.
Corrective exercise strengthens you for the life you want to live.
Corrective exercise has shown to decrease pain by addressing underlying movement compensations and imbalances.
When focus is on improving your posture, balance, and coordination, corrective exercise aims to optimize movement patterns and reduce stress on the body, which contributes to pain reduction.
Corrective Exercise helps balance your muscles on both sides of your body.
Muscle imbalances create compensations and dysfunctions which turn into pain, many times, single sided pain.
Strengthening your weaknesses and calming down the overactive muscles your body becomes stronger with increased capabilities while function, balance, stability and endurance continues to increase while you decrease pain and future injuries.
Corrective exercise will improve your sports performance by addressing movement compensations, imbalances, and dysfunctions that may hinder your optimal performance.
Improved movement patterns will optimize movement mechanics by addressing postural imbalances, muscle weaknesses, muscle over activation and movement dysfunctions. This will lead to more efficient movement patterns during sports activities, enhancing performance and reducing the risk of injuries.
Improving strength and stability, corrective exercises typically target specific muscle groups and movement patterns to improve strength, stability, and muscular balance. This will help athletes generate more power, improve control, and maintain proper form during athletic movements.
Corrective exercise focuses on identifying and addressing potential risk factors for injuries, such as muscle imbalances or poor movement mechanics. Reducing these risk factors, you can minimize the likelihood of suffering from injuries. This enables you to train and compete at a higher level.
Corrective exercise will improve coordination and communication between the nervous system and your muscles. This leads to improved movement accuracy, reaction time, and coordination, which are essential for sports performance.
Corrective exercise programs that target your specific needs can help improve your confidence and overall mindset. When addressing physical limitations and improving movement quality, you will feel more confident in your abilities which leads to enhanced performance.