Therapeutic Exercise

What is Therapeutic Exercise?

Therapeutic Exercise is the way we teach different lessons to help clients meet their goals. For instance, there are exercises we practice to make certain muscles stronger. Then there are other types exercises to improve flexibility, improve core strength, make walking easier, or to reduce pain. Click for a more detailed description.

What Therapeutic Exercise is best for me?

Even though we all are make of flesh and bone, our bodies differ from one to the other. In general, exercise is good for everyone. But when we talk about using an exercise to help heal and recover, it needs to be laser focused on a problem area. Here are some examples of what we offer so you can have a better idea of what you may actually need.

  • Balance Training
  • Core Stabilization
  • Gait Training
  • Functional Strengthening
  • Hip Strengthening
  • Joint Stretching
  • Lumbar Stabilization
  • Muscle Stretching
  • Myofascial Rolling
  • Neck Strengthening
  • Nerve Flossing
  • Posture Awareness
  • Posture Strengthening
  • Rotator Cuff Strengthening
  • Scapular Stabilization
  • Shoulder Stabilization

Will Therapeutic Exercises hurt me more?

If you think it has to hurt to get better, think again. Most Therapeutic Exercises will not cause more pain. That is, the pain a client comes in with is usually something we want to control. The learning curve varies person to person, so we have to test out what is tolerable.

This could result in feeling your symptoms just like when the examination may reveal a pain. It’s all information we can use. More exercising is not always better. Getting the right amount just as important as taking the right dose of medicine to heal the body. We will also use Manual Therapy to prepare for Therapeutic Exercise.

Plus, there are different kinds of pain that a person could experience. Discomfort from exercising a muscle until it’s tired is different from that of tendinitis, for example. We coach you what is ok feel from Therapeutic Exercise and what is not ok to feel.

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