We have successfully helped eliminate pain, restore joint mobility, improve alignment, integrity, and strength in the following conditions:
Back pain Rotator cuff injuries Frozen shoulder
Neck pain Tennis/golfers elbow Carpal tunnel syndrome
Fallen arches Leg/foot cramps Back spasms
Scoliosis Knee pain Tight muscles
Poor posture Kyphosis (rounded upper back) Forward head posture
Spondylolythesis Spinal stenosis Herniated discs
Bulging discs Head injuries Patellofemoral syndrome
Headaches Sprained ankles And many more…
Typical imbalances are a result of many possible actions such as:
-an old injury you have long since forgotten about that the fascial body is still ‘avoiding. For example you sprained your right ankle when you were 12 and your brain learned to avoid pain by putting more weight on the left side. The pain/injury heals, but the neuromuscular program was never rewired for balanced recruitment. Now, 20 years later, your left hip is painful.
-repetitive movements. For example the athlete – golf, tennis, surfing, soccer, etc. who is constantly repeating a powerful motion in a one-sided, unilateral manner, or the mother who always holds her child on the same hip
-chronic static positions. The office worker who slumps in a chair for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, and hikes up the shoulder on the side the mouse is on all day.
- emotional guarding.
Rewiring the neuromuscular system is imperative in setting a strong foundation after injury and will determine whether you are going to have functional, pain-free movement or compensate, guard, and/or place unnecessary stress on other body parts. If done properly, corrective exercise can work miracles. A comprehensive assessment allows an intelligent, personalized routine of stretching, myofascial release, and self mobilization to be implemented, allowing better alignment and joint integrity, providing a solid frame to build a powerful body on top of.
What is a C.H.E.K practitioner?
C.H.E.K qualifications take a professional personal trainer to a higher level of understanding of the functions and dysfunctions of the human body through assessment of factors including lifestyle, posture and movement.
C.H.E.K qualified practitioners possess expert knowledge of both how the body moves and responds when it is out of balance and how it moves and responds when it is in balance.
So they understand exactly what lifestyle and nutritional changes, stretches, exercise programmes and other therapies are required to bring a body back into a state of equilibrium.
This is essential for achieving overall health and fitness, long-lasting results and a sense of wellbeing for life.
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