Helping your balance: By training to develop greater balance, you will improve coordination, agility, athletic skill, and posture. Improvements in this area will help to improve your overall performance and may result in fewer injuries and greater stability as you age.
Balance Board Training: Improving the body’s primary balance organ, the vestibular system, helps improve agility, balance, and performance of movement.
Therapy Balls: Performing exercises on an unstable surface helps to increase activation of the stabilizing muscles and improve on kenisthetic awareness.
Core and Scapula Stability Exercises: Stabilization exercises help the body control it’s center of gravity over it’s base of support to improve agility and over all strength.
Dyna Discs: Improving the body’s primary balance organ, the vestibular system, helps improve agility, balance, and performance of movement.
FMS: A Functional Movement Screen can determine movement patterns and determine any asymmetry.
Resistance Exercises or PRE’s through weight training: A program of strengthening is developed and progressed by the rehab staff. Exercises are chosen to improve the muscles responsible for balancing the body against gravity.
Gait Training/Gait Analysis: By observing an individual’s walking pattern, problems with flexibility, strength, and posture can be identified and addressed to eliminate pain and restore normal movement.