Our posture and movement analysis is designed to help us determine the right course of rehabilitative training to ensure that any dysfunction you have is corrected.
Every type of material (tissue) has it’s own physical properties and these properties have a certain lifespan.
If you have a strain applied on these materials then after a certain amount of cycles these materials will fail like a weld in metal construction. If you put strain on a weld, micro cracks will appear and eventually it will snap or even break. Apply this to the human body, muscles, ligaments and other soft and hard tissue however can heal and can adapt in their own way but it cannot return to its original intended form without structural physical therapy.
For every physical injury you experience your body will adapt and this can be a change confirmation of the joints, a change to the length of your muscles and ligaments and physiological change to your anatomical structure. Once you have changed your physiology and anatomical structure then you’re setting your self up for an increase in injury and wear and tear. Your body will go down a spiral path of self destruction, leaving you feeling that you no longer have control over its’ strength or endurance.
The human body is already designed in the best way possible but your work, home and habitual environment changed it to have disharmony and be dysfunctional. You can only expect from now on less unrestricted mobility, sooner onset degeneration, which leads to a lower quality of life and lower lifespan.
Through analysis of your physical structure, we offer localisation of these dysfunctions. By biomechanical means we’ll find the problem and develop a treatment plan based on alteration of the length and activation of the myofascial slings.
After your first few treatment sessions, your physiology will regain balance followed by remediation and correction of your anatomical structure.
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What Happens During Your Posture Analysis?
The ideal postural position allows resistance to gravity and optimal movement mechanics in relation to force and levers. A postural analysis of your spine, shoulders, neck, head, legs and feet will allow us to determine how functional your posture is.
Marker placements on your body will help evaluate any weaknesses in your body, whether you might have droopy shoulders, inward knees, scoliosis and any other hidden physical dysfunction. We will take frontal, back and side photos of your body and upload them to our computer where we will be able to make accurate measurements and assess for any abnormalities or weak points.
At the end of the analysis you will receive a full report with photos of your analysis and a recommended treatment plan.
What Happens During Your Movement Analysis?
Efficient human movement should involve little to no pressure to your joints and spine. A movement analysis of the plane in which your movement occurs, the muscles producing those movements and the functions of the muscles involved help us to better evaluate any dysfunctions and inconsistencies in your body. We will analyse the range of your muscles actions, the degree of rotation of your movement and the intensity in which you make those movements.
At the end of your movement analysis, we will give you a written and visual report that explains how your bones interact with your muscles. Our movement analysis has helped many clients better understand why they experience pain and the reasons why they keep experiencing recurring injuries. Custom training sessions will help correct inefficient movements that cause wear tear and wear to your bones or soft tissue.