Exercise Therapy

Many people are now more sedentary then ever. This is one of the biggest risk factors for poor health. Inactivity is exacerbated by the fact that most people are doing things that encourage poor posture. Indeed, these days it is common for people to spend hours throughout the day with a rounded spine, anteriorly rotated shoulders with a forward head posture, whether they’re sitting at a desk for work or texting on their phone.


Given the widespread increase in movement dysfunctions, muscle imbalances and joints aches that afflict both active and sedentary populations, corrective exercise is a necessary tool to help clients achieve better results in their training. It also allows them to move without restrictions throughout the day.

Benefits of exercise therapy
  • Minimize or Eliminate Dysfunction 

  • Improved Performance

  • Reduce Injury Risk

  • Decreased Pain

  • Increased Strength