The Benefits of Corrective Exercise

We bridge the gap between rehabilitation and functional fitness

The Perfect Postures method designs every corrective exercise program based on a comprehensive analysis of the entire body function. When your body’s optimal function is impaired, your quality of life is impacted. Elements of overall health like physical conditioning, flexibility, cardiovascular health, balance, stability, gait mechanics, and performance take a hit. Our corrective exercise training decreases risk of injury and incidents of chronic pain.

Here are some of the ways our clients have benefitted from corrective exercise:

  • Pain Reduction & Increased Quality of Life: Our clients always leave our office feeling better than when they first walked in. Corrective exercise is a long-lasting method for injuries, aches, pains and joint problems.

  • Enhanced Performance: Our methodology is the missing link between health, fitness, and physical performance. Corrective exercise bridges the gap between muscle recruitment and functional fitness. When you feel good, you perform better.

  • Self Care: We give you the tools to help yourself. Instead of having you rely on only alleviating pain while you are in our office, we will teach you how to perform your individualized exercises so you can perform them anytime, anywhere. Perfect Postures prides itself on not relying on manual manipulations or short-term techniques to reduce pain. You can create alignment and build strength from the comfort of your home.

  • Efficient & Time Effective: Our programs are written to be no longer than 20 minutes. Setting aside this time during your hectic day makes staying consistent with your exercises that much easier. Often times, people will say that ‘lack of time’ is a reason they have not been able to find a pain relief solution. Perfect Postures ensures that we can easily fit your program into your busy schedule.

  • Injury Prevention: Corrective exercises help to identify imbalances and manage them. When our bodies perform tasks while playing into imbalances, strengthening these imbalances lead to a chronic injury cycle. Managing imbalanes and working to improve symmetry and activation potentiation reduces the risk of injury by activating the appropriate muscles that need to work.