MOST PAIN IS CAUSED BY POOR MOVEMENT
Often times, the advice for pain relief or performance enhancement is to simply move or train more often. However, most pain and injuries are caused by poor movement and training habits.
Therefore, the solution for pain relief and performance enhancement is to prioritize better movement quality AND to move more often.
To help you improve your movement quality, we first need to identify your movement baseline. This is done through our detailed movement assessment.
This movement assessment will provide you with insight on limitations you did not even know you had. It will provide you with a movement baseline that includes data on your mobility, stability, and asymmetries. This allows us to track your progress over time to see your improvement!
Once we have established a movement baseline, we can then determine how to help you improve your movement quality by creating a plan individualized to your needs.
Who should get a movement assessment?
Every living, moving, breathing human being.
Improving your movement will help you perform your everyday activities better. Having your movement assessed will uncover your weak links to help you become a more resilient human.
“But I am not in any pain…” You do not have to be in pain to benefit from a movement assessment. If you are not in pain, we can help you stay pain-free and diminish your risk for injuries.
By identifying your movement problems and fixing them, we can help keep you on track to living optimally!
AFTER WE FIND YOUR MOVEMENT PROBLEMS, WE CAN HELP YOU FIX THEM
After performing our comprehensive movement assessment to uncover your movement problems, we can help you fix them.
We will create an individualized movement program tailored to your movement dysfunctions, limitations, and goals. We are firm believers in improving your movement limitations in parallel with your exercise and training goals. We will never tell you to quit doing what you love.
We will provide you with exercises and movements that you can incorporate into or alongside your current exercise and training regimen. This means going beyond traditional stretching and strengthening exercises.
Are you ready to start moving better?