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Osteopath at Work


Also called corrective exercise therapy, corrective exercise combines the scientific principles of human physiology, physics, and biomechanics to address an individual’s specific physical and biochemical needs.

Corrective exercise is meant to remedy the cumulative results of stresses placed on the body, helping to restore and maintain posture, balance, mobility, and stability, which allows the body to move freely and without pain.

Of course, anybody recovering from an injury would benefit from this type of specialized exercise therapy, but so would anybody interested in maximizing their fitness potential and proactively staving off some of the common physiological effects of aging. Corrective exercise addresses joint inflexibility, muscle instability, and poor body mechanics, which makes it an ideal form of exercise therapy for everyone – from weekend golfers to elite athletes looking to take their athletic performance to the next level.

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