Sensory motor training
Activity aiming at restoring neuro-muscular balance and initiating mechanisms adjusting muscular patterns in order to maintain local and global stability (balance). Stabilization improvement of particular joints will result in better body position control and better motor control. Training is conducted in three stages: static, dynamic and functional.
Functional training aims at restoring lost functions, increasing efficiency and improvement of motor pattern. Properly conducted training enables bringing patient back to his/her daily activities. The basis of this process is integrated, multidimensional action requiring acceleration, repression and stabilization of body segments.
THERAPEUTIC EXCERSISES in spine and limb diseases and dysfunctions.
Properly conducted therapeutical exercises help to maintain the effect of manipulative therapy, extend the scope of movement, improve strength, elasticity and stability. Some of the exercises improve disturbed motor pattern and sometimes, reduce pain.
Metabolic diagnostics on Tanita weight will allow to examine initial condition and monitor fat, muscle and bone tissue as well as water content during the whole cycle in regard to body circumferences. Those measurements will enable creation of individual plan of reduction exercises which will take into account a history of traumas, cardiologic risk as well as age, gender and training pulse of patient. Exercises will be supervised by a physiotherapist in order to obtain intended result and decrease the risk of trauma and dangerous overloads which frequently occurs when patients train in commercial centers. Nutritional education and patients awareness of benefits of healthy lifestyle will be good motivation as well.