Posture Based Physiotherapy
Posture-based physiotherapy addresses your static and dynamic movement patterns. How you are holding your body as you stand, sit, do your work and move about your day, dictates the amount of stress your muscles, joints and associated tissues will experience.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Posture-Based Physiotherapy
How can posture-based physiotherapy help me?
When an area in our bodies experiences too much stress it can contribute to tissue breakdown. We commonly experience this as pain and might recognize issues such as disc herniation, rotator cuff syndrome, plantar fasciitis, etc.
When we learn how to move differently in our bodies that is more efficient and less stressful, we experience less aches and pains. This means we either prevent injuries like the ones mentioned above from ever happening or we learn, through our new and improved movement patterns, how to prevent them from happening again.
What does this look like?
Physiotherapy is first used to perform an initial and thorough assessment of your muscle imbalances and movement patterns
- Treatment may include manual therapy, trigger point release, K-tape, dry needling, Pilates
- Exercises for strengthening, increasing stability and flexibility
- Posture corrections