Corrective Exercise & Rehab in Durham
Why Corrective Exercise?
There are many health and sports performance reasons why corrective exercise or sports therapy is important for you.
Your goal may be anything from alleviating pain to enhancing your athletic ability, and you can achieve this through therapeutic exercise. Clients like you have reported the following benefits:
- Alleviating back, shoulder, neck and knee pain
- Rehabilitating sports injuries
- Preventing re-occurrence of injuries
- Optimising posture
- Enhancing movement
- Increasing strength and sports performance
- Weight Management
- Preventative health care
Who is Corrective Exercise for?
Everyone – not just those that take part in sports or go to the gym!
Due to the physical demands of our jobs, sports and daily activities in general, we can all benefit from some corrective work to create balance in the body.
However, this type of sports therapy is most important for getting back to function following pain or injury and in preventing further problems.
Using carefully designed, individual-specific exercise programs, the aim is to identify, correct and enhance.
What does Corrective Exercise involve?
This is the key to your success in getting out of pain and enhancing your function:
- Postural Analysis
- Muscle Strength Testing
- Flexibility Assessment
- Functional Movement Screen
- Core Function Testing
- Body Composition Measurement
One-to-One Therapy Program
You will be coached through your individualized corrective exercise program during personal one-to-one sessions, using a number of different techniques and therapies. This can involve core conditioning, scientific back training, strength training, functional movements, corrective stretching and postural exercises.
Your program will be designed so that it is suitable to be carried out at home, at your gym or purely on a one-to-one basis.
Monitoring and Re-Assessment is an essential part of the process. Such a detailed and high quality approach to exercise is quite unique and ensures optimal results.