The human body is designed to move. Combined with proper diet, rest and leisure, our movement patterns and activity levels must be in line with our physical abilities to keep us at our optimal health. When we push beyond our body’s limitations and develop dysfunctional movement patterns or improper muscle activation we set ourselves up for injury.
At Hands On Therapies we evaluate the movement patterns through the study of biomechanics, then identify dysfunctions and apply manual therapy and therapeutic exercise interventions to address the dysfunction and restore movement harmony. Some of these techniques include myo-fascial release, joint mobilizations, kineseo-taping, manual traction, manual resistive exercises.