What is Muscular Correction?
Muscular correction is a combination of stretching & strengthening and pin pointing the root area of the injured muscle or ligament that helps support your spine and other joints like your hips, shoulders, and knees.
How does it work?
Our bones are held in place by our ligaments and our muscles contract in order to move these bones. Proper motion of our ligaments, tendons, and muscles are crucial to maintain normal posture, good health, and joint stability. Repetition of our specific exercises help recondition injured, tight, and spastic soft tissue.
Why is Muscular Correction Important?
Muscles and ligaments are soft tissues that attach to our hard tissue, called bones. After a period of time of these soft tissues not functioning normally, they begin to become fibrotic and lose elasticity and strength. Between our in-house exercises and home exercises, every patient receives a specific program to restore better tone and proper functioning soft tissue.
What can I expect from Muscular Correction?
With time and repetition, your muscles will operate in a more normal environment as they were designed to. This will help speed up recovery by aiding better support to all involved joints that include your spine and extremity joints.
- Decrease Pain
- Decreased Weakness
- Decrease Spasms/Trigger Points
- Increased Range of Motion
- Increased Strength
- Increased Recovery Time