Functional exercise can benefit many adults who are seeking help with a musculoskeletal condition or who wish to improve their strength, flexibility, and agility. The skilled exercise specialists at Chiropractic Health Care Center Of Glendora design customized exercise programs to guard against injury and improve symptoms. If you’ve suffered an injury or you're concerned about back and neck pain during your daily activities, call the office in Glendora, California, to make an appointment with an exercise specialist today.
Functional exercise trains you to use your body safely and efficiently when performing daily activities. It can also be used to correct postural imbalances that can lead to injuries or chronic pain conditions.
The team of exercise specialists at Chiropractic Health Care Center Of Glendora is lead by a corrective exercise expert with a degree in kinesiology who has extensive experience designing exercise programs that address a wide range of musculoskeletal imbalances associated with poor posture and other conditions.
When you go about your daily life, you typically move more than one joint and recruit more than one muscle group at a time. Functional exercises are designed to mimic this process, rather than isolating a few muscles in one area of the body. By doing so, functional exercise strengthens and prepares your body to perform movements that it makes on a regular basis.
Additional benefits of functional exercise include improved balance, flexibility, and agility.
Some of the conditions functional and corrective exercise can improve include:
A custom exercise program can help you make a complete recovery after an injury.
The skilled team at Chiropractic Health Care Center Of Glendora design custom exercise programs based on the individual needs of each patient. Depending on your condition, your age, fitness level, and other factors, your exercise plan may include:
The team at Chiropractic Health Care Center Of Glendora will guide you through exercises that make use of equipment such as exercise balls, fitness bands, or hand weights. Your specialist may also recommend some exercises and stretches for you to perform regularly at home.
To address soft tissue injuries, your exercise specialist may include Neuromuscular Reeducation (NMR) in your functional exercise program. NMR is a technique that improves nerve function, strength, movement, balance and coordination.
To protect yourself from suffering a fall or another type of injury call Chiropractic Health Care Center Of Glendora to make an appointment today.