If you are planning on getting a chiropractic adjustment or have just received one, a corrective exercise program will help you increase your strength, stabilization, and flexibility. Call or schedule an appointment online with Dr. Michelle Oz at Momentum Chiropractic in Kennesaw, serving both Kennesaw and Acworth, and learn how a corrective exercise program can benefit you.
What is a corrective exercise program?
A corrective exercise program is an exercise regimen that is tailored specifically to you and your condition. It is intended to correct a wide range of spinal and joint irregularities that might be causing pain, discomfort, and immobility.
The first step to a corrective exercise program is a detailed analysis of your body’s physical structure because corrective exercises aim to treat your body as a whole rather than treating localized pain and immobility.
Dr. Michelle uses this analysis to determine if there are deficits or imbalances present in your body’s muscles and alignment that may be affecting your movement and performance.
Corrective exercise programs can include simple stretching exercises, weight training, and stabilization workouts. Typically, corrective exercise programs are designed to be done under medical supervision and in the comfort of your own home.
What do corrective exercise programs treat?
When it comes to chiropractic treatments, Dr. Michelle creates corrective exercise programs that complement your adjustment. After your adjustment has taken place, a corrective exercise program can help to prevent future pain and mobility restrictions.
Corrective exercise programs can also treat other issues, such as extremity conditions, car accident injuries, and sports injuries.
If you suffer from extremity conditions, such as rotator cuff tendonitis or carpal tunnel syndrome, Dr. Michelle can design a corrective exercise program to assist in your rehabilitation. After an athletic injury, a corrective exercise program will work to ensure that your full balance and mobility are restored.
How can you benefit from a corrective exercise program?
If you’ve experienced an accident or are living with a condition that causes you pain and impairs your mobility, a corrective exercise program may be right for you. If you’re suffering from an injury that has caused you to lose functionality in your muscles, it’s vital that you seek help as soon as possible.
Dr. Michelle will provide you with a comprehensive physical analysis and design a rehab program personalized to your condition and body structure.