Improved Body Mechanics Leads to
Optimal Functional Movement
Determining an individual’s baseline in his or her biomechanics is proven to be effective in pursuing therapies for recovery, injury prevention, and improved performance. To obtain a baseline, position-specific movements are performed that test the balance between mobility and stability. These tests reveal any asymmetries and weaknesses in core reaction and extremity function.
Observations from biomechanics testing help practitioners determine the right exercises and activities to recommend to their patients to improve body mechanics, balance, coordination, stability, and overall performance. Achieving sustained, optimal functional movement not only assures patients can perform routine physical tasks and pursue active lifestyles.