Do you find yourself struggling with back pain, knee pain, plantar fasciitis, shoulder pain or neck pain? If so, you could benefit from corrective exercise. The bones, joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles in our bodies are part of something called the "kinetic chain". The individual parts of the kinetic chain are meant to work together to move the body. If one part of the kinetic chain is weak or injured, the body will not perform as intended. If the weakness or injury is ignored, there is a potential for further injury.
The easiest way to understand the kinetic chain concept is to think about the foundation for a house. If the foundation is solid and in good shape, the house will stand for a long time; if the foundation is weak or cracked, there is potential for a whole host of problems to pop up.
Corrective exercise sessions can help identify and correct any muscle weakness or imbalances in the kinetic chain, helping body movement to function at its peak.
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