Even light foot pain can cause your body to overcompensate, throwing your hips out of alignment and leading to the discomfort that lasts long after your foot has healed.
As the imbalances pile up, instead of correcting them, you grow accustomed to them. Pretty soon, this out-of-alignment way of living starts racking up the aches and twinges.
Corrective exercises do just what the name suggests: they correct your uneven foundation and get you back into proper form. With a corrective exercise plan, those aches and cracks you feel when you get out of bed in the morning will begin to disappear, leaving you with a lighter step and a more rested feeling.
This overwork on the compensating side leads to extra pressure and tension that become additional pains. Corrective exercises during the rehab process are a very important part of putting your body back in balance and making sure every part does its fair share of the work, which prevents future injury and nagging aches.
What are the benefits of corrective exercises?
The positive results you can expect from corrective exercise are numerous, including:
Corrective exercise can also help you avoid the need for surgery or medication, saving you time, money, and added grief. Specializing in sports medicine, the team at Better Chiropractic have been at the forefront of the corrective exercise movement and have the experience and track record to back it up.