As we develop and grow, we form patterns of movement. At times, certain movement patterns can be aberrant. Aberrant or faulty movements can lead to overuse of certain muscle groups and underuse of others. Over time this may lead to pain and injury.
Compensatory movement patterns may also arise after an illness, injury or surgery. If these patterns do not resolve after the initial illness or injury has passed, it again can lead to over or underuse of muscle groups, thus potentially leading to pain and further injury.
At Lotus Physical Therapy for Women, assessing for faulty movement patterns is always a part of your on-going evaluation. Functional movement re-education or training is incorporated to teach the brain and body new and more efficient ways to move that promote health, well-being and function.
Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions, inquiries, or if you're ready to embark on a journey towards improved well-being. Your path to holistic health and vitality starts here. I am here to provide you with personalized guidance, answer your queries, and assist you in taking the next steps on your transformative journey.