Optimizing Body Movement: How Can Corrective Exercises Help?

Andrews, Kate; Glass, Lorraine
September 2013
WellSpring;Sep2013, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p1
The article discusses health related aspects of corrective exercise that is defined as prescribed sequence of exercises and aimed at improving a person's body to move and function naturally. It mentions that corrective exercise helps in regaining health of persons suffering from musculoskeletal pain or discomfort with postural imbalances. It further outlines key elements of the exercise prescription which include relaxation of tense myofascial tissues and strengthening for weak muscles.


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