Corrective Exercise Therapy

Corrective Exercise Therapy


What is Corrective Exercise Therapy?

Corrective exercise is a proven program that can be applied to reduce muscular dysfunction and help you move, feel and live better.

“Train the Brain and the Body will Follow” – Allison Milano

Why Corrective Exercise Therapy?

Musculoskeletal pain and imbalances are the most common and debilitating issues affecting Americans today. According to the National Institutes of Health, approximately one in two American adults suffers from musculoskeletal conditions—meaning that more than 120 million Americans are living in pain. Whether it’s low-back pain, sciatica, neck pain, joint pain, arthritic conditions or other musculoskeletal pain disorders, we can help with corrective exercise.

What's included in a Corrective Exercise Session
Corrective Exercise is a method of exercise programming that incorporates movement and alignment assessments using biomechanics and kinesiology to assess and measure movement patterns. Inspire Train Fit utilizes biomechanical information to assess both movement and alignment to create movement-based solutions that are both integrative and functional. The goal is improving movement and motor patterns to keep your body functioning at an optimal level. After Corrective Exercise sessions, you can expect improved posture, increased mobility, and greater strength.

  • Functional Movement Assessment
  • Range of Joint Mobility Evaluation
  • Applied Kinesiology- Muscle Testing
  • Gait Analysis & Foot Assessment
  • Corrective Exercise Program Design
  • Tools to improve mobility and function
  • Exercise strategies to improve musculoskeletal health and associated dysfunction
What is Functional Movement Screening & Assessment?
Muscle imbalances might exist in your body at a very basic level of movement. It’s important to address these imbalances prior to conditioning to protect your body from the increased potential for injury. Often these issues are hidden due to the body’s ability to compensate for imbalances by substituting other movement patterns. Functional movement screening can help identify muscle weaknesses, imbalances, and poor motor control.
What does a Functional Movement Screening (FMS) do?
The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) is a predictive, but not diagnostic, functional screening system. The FMS is composed of 7 fundamental movement patterns that require a balance of mobility and stability for successful completion. These functional movement patterns were designed to provide observable performance tasks that relate to basic locomotive, manipulative, and stabilizing movements. The tests use a variety of common positions and movements appropriate for providing sufficient challenge to illuminate weakness, imbalance, or poor motor control.

We use an integrative healing and performance approach at Inspire Train Fit, but we always start with a Functional Movement Assessment.

What is mobility? The ability of the joint complex to move freely in an unrestricted manner through full range of motion.

What is stability?  The ability of the kinetic chain to stabilize a joint during movement.

Stability = Foot
Mobility = Ankle
Stability = Knee
Mobility = Hip
Stability = Lumbar Spine (low back)
Mobility = Thoracic Spine (mid back)
Stability = Scapula (shoulder blade)
Mobility = Shoulder
Stability = Cervical Spine (neck)

What are the payment and cancellation policies?

Corrective Exercise sessions are available at different times and price points for your convenience. Payment is due in full on your first training session. Sessions/packages expire one year after purchase date. Payment can be made in either CashCheck, or Credit Card. We are fully insured, licensed and we accept HSA (Health Savings Account).

Please honor our schedule by giving 24-hour advance notice of cancellation. If not, we reserve the right to redeem the paid session. No Refunds. Sessions are transferable between family members.

Inspire Train Fit offers corrective exercise therapy sessions that incorporate movement and alignment evaluations using biomechanics and kinesiology to assess and measure movement patterns to reduce pain, improve mobility, prevent injury and help you move better.
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