Your body develops bad movement habits and patterns over time, resulting in tight muscles, limited mobility, aches and pains. Other parts of your body are forced to compensate, which weakens supporting ligaments and leads to long-term chronic pain and injury.
Even athletes and people who are in great shape, and can handle higher activities, are susceptible to injury and muscle pain. Pain is a signal that something isn’t right.
Before you build strength or try to address the problem, you need to properly assess what your body can or can’t do, and what loads it can tolerate. Overloading or exceeding the limits of your body will only cause further damage.
Our Corrective Motion programs combine therapy and personal training, and teach your body to move properly, improve stability, build strength and relieve pain. As your flexibility and strength improves, our training programs help maintain your progress and prevent future injuries.
Every one of our personal training sessions is clinically-supervised to ensure you get the best support and fitness program that is right for you.