As we get older, we’re often told that aches and pains are just a part of aging. A twinge in your knee, restrictions in your shoulder, tightness in your lower back are all common, but not normal.
Pain in one area of your body potentially stems from another region, because of the interconnectedness of your fascial web and kinetic chain linking everything together.
The unexplained problems in your joints are likely a result of your muscles not supporting your joints. Strain in your shoulder may come from dysfunction in the pecs or the lats. Knee pain results from lack of the glutes working properly. The point being, that where you’re hurting, might not be where the problem is.
Our trainers work to get to the root of your chronic pain by addressing dysfunctional movement compensations, allowing you to simultaneously build muscle to provide your body with the strength it needs to keep aches and pain from creeping back in.
If you’re spinning your wheels spot treating pain at the source, then come meet with us to learn how everything in your body works (or doesn’t work) together to influence how you move, and how your movement plays a critical role in pain and injury if you’re moving incorrectly.
Is pain keeping your from the activities you enjoy? Have you been told surgery is your only option?
At SA Functional Fitness our pain management trainers restore the function of your muscles to support the integrity of your joints!
This is important because without proper muscle functions, your joints take on the stress from the force that your muscles should be absorbing.
Over time this leads to inflammation in the joints and causes pain from the joints working in a way they weren’t designed to.
Each trainer plans exercises to get to the root of your dysfunction causing adversity on your joints, or pain in general.
Most of the time surgery can be prevented, delayed, or faster recovery after surgery, from the right kind of exercise.
We work with numerous clients dealing with knee pain, back pain, hip pain, shoulder pain, and neck pain. Our goal as biomechanics trainers is to fix the underlying issue that contributes to pain in the first place. Sometimes this isn’t always possible, so our next goal is to mitigate the pain, or set your body up to recover from surgery faster and fuller with exercise before surgery.
If this sounds like something your body is searching for, then call us today to get started with one of our trainers!