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Corrective Exercise

a.ka. Musculoskeletal rehabilitation

This is a ‘catch-all’ term used to describe various schools/models of exercise that may be used to address deficits in mobility, stability, motor control and/or strength.  While manual therapy (e.g. chiropractic, soft tissue therapies, etc.) can achieve amazing results, most chronic conditions also require some form of corrective exercise to achieve and/or maintain lasting change. 

Our corrective exercise protocols are informed by the following MSK rehab schools/models: Gray Cook’s Selective Functional Movement Assessment and Functional Movement Systems; the Prague Rehabilitation School’s Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, the McGill Method, Original Strength, the Brookbrush Institute’s (Human Movements and PT), Strong First (kettlebells, barbells, and bodyweight) Professor Peter Mallerias’ Mastering Lower Limb Tendinopathy protocols, as well as foundational strength movements. 

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