Massage: Video: Corrective Exercise: Optimize the Nervous System for Complete Functional Restoration
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The Central NervousSystem (CNS) is our communication network, one that can change and adapt at anyage, and it is imperative to address impairments, lifestyle, and somatosensoryfactors for optimal neural reprogramming. We need to reprogram the CNS for completefunctional restoration, optimal performance, and most importantly, injuryprevention. The brain’s control center is dependent on the proper input. Whendysfunction exists, the CNS receives poor proprioceptive input and accessesinefficient information. By addressing the dysfunctional movement at their rootin the motor control center, where the patterns are stored, we can trulyenhance motor learning and optimize client outcomes. Furthermore, a scientificand systematic approach to retraining the nervous system encompassingappropriate corrective strategies and sound movement-based training willcontribute to fast and effective changes in motor control. This coursediscusses corrective exercises, which are those exercises done by an individualin order to reprogram the neuromuscular system from dysfunctional, tofunctional movement. These exercises are used to relieve pain, rehabilitateinjury, and prevent injury. Everyone has their own story and has developedtheir own compensations over time, which is why corrective exercise isindividualized.


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Video: Corrective Exercise: Optimize the Nervous System for Complete Functional Restoration

49.00

The Central NervousSystem (CNS) is our communication network, one that can change and adapt at anyage, and it is imperative to address impairments, lifestyle, and somatosensoryfactors for optimal neural reprogramming. We need to reprogram the CNS for completefunctional restoration, optimal performance, and most importantly, injuryprevention. The brain’s control center is dependent on the proper input. Whendysfunction exists, the CNS receives poor proprioceptive input and accessesinefficient information. By addressing the dysfunctional movement at their rootin the motor control center, where the patterns are stored, we can trulyenhance motor learning and optimize client outcomes. Furthermore, a scientificand systematic approach to retraining the nervous system encompassingappropriate corrective strategies and sound movement-based training willcontribute to fast and effective changes in motor control. This coursediscusses corrective exercises, which are those exercises done by an individualin order to reprogram the neuromuscular system from dysfunctional, tofunctional movement. These exercises are used to relieve pain, rehabilitateinjury, and prevent injury. Everyone has their own story and has developedtheir own compensations over time, which is why corrective exercise isindividualized.