Integrated Health first looks at how your body functions as a whole before prescribing rehabilitation exercises.
Correcting any major muscle imbalances before beginning your rehabilitative exercise program is vital. Muscle imbalances prevent your joints from functioning properly. Poor joint function will disrupt your ability to move — putting you at greater risk for injury, chronic muscle pain, and joint pain.
That’s why Integrated Health first looks at how your body functions as a whole before prescribing rehabilitation exercises. Movement is a coordinated effort involving your brain, spinal cord, and muscles. Our chiropractic doctor assess your movement and any muscle imbalances using the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) protocols.
The SFMA pinpoints your body’s weak links — such as poor posture, lack of flexibility, joint dysfunction, decreased strength, endurance, stability, balance, or faulty movement patterns. Based on the examination’s findings, Integrated Health designs a corrective exercise routine tailored to your exact needs.