Poor posture leads to movement dysfunction. Movement dysfunction leads to injuries. As an Integrative Movement/Corrective Exercise Specialist, I will help find and address the muscular imbalances and faulty movement patterns that may be causing you pain.
Many of my clients come to me with the above mentioned conditions, many times more than one, and are seeking a non-operative measure to correct their pain. The Integrative Movement/Corrective Exercise approach starts with a movement and alignment assessment, which is designed to uncover the root cause and any hidden issues that may be present and part of your problems. Once we complete the evaluation, I will develop and execute the most appropriate corrective and progressive exercise strategy tailored specifically to help you accomplish your goals - be it for life or for sport. The process involves:
Just thought I'd let Tonya know that thanks to her instruction with me pre knee surgery, I'm doing pretty well. Surgery was on 11/28/2016 so my first working physical therapy was on 12/6/2016. I was bending my knee at 87 then. When I went Wednesday, I was at 96-100 with little assistance. I'm still working to get past those numbers.
Also am almost transitioned from the walker to the cane.
So thanks again for the tips on doing the exercises. They were impressed at therapy the other day when they saw my thigh muscle contracting even through my sweatpants.
You helped correct a low back/hip problem I've had for over 45 years that no health practitioner ever had an answer for before that. You amazed the he!! out of me. Thank you!
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