Exercise therapy based on neurophysiology
Types of exercise therapy for:
- poor posture (stooped, asymmetrical back)
- leg axis deviation (valgus / varus in children)
- foot muscle weakness
- mild coordination problems in infants
- neurological problems (cerebral palsy, spinal trauma) in children.
Exercise is always more effective when it is based on knowledge of developmental neurophysiology.
Every movement in the body is important and perceived by the brain. Therefore, it is necessary to correctly select the initial exercises and the angles of flexion / extension in the limbs.
We use exercises that take into account the functional diagonals of the arms, legs and body, motor ontogenesis, and include isometric and isotonic muscle operation.
We use a playful approach and find motivation, which raises efficiency.
Regular exercise is essential for the success of any correction. Therefore, during the course, we select individual exercises to continue independent practice at home.