Exercise rehabilitation is a category of movement-based techniques that emphasizes the restoration of functional independence. Patients will be required to take an active role while guided through movements that aim to establish adequate workout posture mobility, stability, balance, proprioception, breathing, and strength throughout the neuro-musculoskeletal system.
This approach develops a mixture of traditional physical therapy techniques with modern corrective exercise and strength and conditioning techniques. Often times this approach involves the re-training of fundamental human movements such as squatting, lunging, climbing, pulling/pushing, rotation, breathing, balance, and proper gait (walking and running). The therapeutic movement approach will be tailored for each individual, based on their physical requirements of daily life and their personal health and fitness goals. We let the outcomes of your personalized functional assessments and a discussion of your goals guide the rehabilitation approach, rather than trying to fit everyone into a cookie-cutter, technique based approach.