CORRECTIVE EXERCISE TRAINING

The advancement in technology has created an environment that produces more inactive and nonfunctional individuals which leads to dysfunction and increased incidents of musculoskeletal injuries/impairments including poor posture, low-back pain, knee and shoulder injuries..

FOOT & ANKLE INJURIES

Plantar Fasciitis accounts for more than 1 million doctor visits per year. Individuals who suffer a lateral ankle sprain are at risk for developing chronic ankle instability and hip weakness. 

FO Fitness Corrective Exercise Specialist will analyze your movement patterns, identify overactive and under-active muscle groups and compensations. Using an integrated scientific approach, we will create exercise programs that consider the functional capacity of each individual that optimizes your ability to move, perform exercises correctly, and reduce tissue tension.. We will address factors such as appropriate forms of flexibility, increasing strength and neuromuscular control, training in different environments (stable to unstable), and training in different planes of motion. 

 

Benefits of Corrective Exercise Training:

  • Pain Reduction

  • Enhances functional and athletic performance

  • Helps in decreasing further injuries from training and sports

  • Helps in detecting physical weaknesses and imbalances

  • Helps in differentiating between movement quality and compensations 

  • Improves daily living activities

  • Improves strength and flexibility

  • Improves posture

  • Reduces stress

Foot, Ankle, & Knee Impairments

Corrective Exercise Training at FO Fitness
  • Feet Turn Out

  • Flat Feet

  • Knees Move Inward (Knee Valgus)

  • Knees Move Outward (Knee Varus)

  • Plantar Fasciitis

Back & Hip Impairments

Corrective Exercise Training at FO Fitness
  • Asymmetric Weight Shift

  • Excessive Forward Lean

  • Low Back Arches (Lower Crossed Syndrome)

  • Low Back Rounds

Shoulder & Cervical Spine Impairments

Corrective Exercise Impairments
  • Arms Fall Forward

  • Excessive Forward Lean

  • Forward Head

  • Scapular Winging

  • Shoulder Elevation

  • Upper Crossed Syndrom