Postural Therapy uses corrective based exercises that promote proper posture and joint alignment. Carefully chosen and sequenced exercises are customized for each individual to help bring the body back to its optimal alignment, reduce the risk of muscle and joint wear & tear, and alleviate pain symptoms. This method has a high success rate with no drugs, surgery or manipulation.
For more information on postural therapy visit www.egoscue.com
TO PURCHASE EGOSCUE POSTURAL THERAPY PRODUCTS
WHAT YOU WILL NEED FOR YOUR “ZOOM” POSTURAL THERAPY SESSION:
Download the Zoom software prior to your appointment at https://zoom.us/support/download
You should have a laptop or tablet on top of a chair that can be moved around the room.
You will receive an email link. Click on the link at your appointed day/time.
You will be put in a waiting room and I will admit you when I arrive on the call.
Please hang tight if I run a few minutes late, as I may be back to back with clients.
Be sure to wear shorts or pants that can be rolled over the knee.
Women have the option of wearing a sport bra or shirt of a different color that can be tucked in. You can start barefoot, but should have appropriate gym shoes handy
If you know you are using any equipment (blocks, straps, or tower), please have them handy.
You should have a quiet space free of distraction.
The space should be adequate for corrective type of exercises.
Please be sure you have a free wall that you don’t mind potentially putting your feet on.
You may also want a yoga mat or towel if you are not comfortable directly on the floor.
Have an ottoman or chair handy that you can sit on with your knees at a 90 degree angle.
If you happen to have a space with a mirror that is helpful, although not necessary.
ALIGNED FITNESS POSTURE ALIGNMENT THERAPY
PAIN FREE POSTURE & PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS
Certified through EGOSCUE Institute
Please see the Fees/Forms/FAQ's page for more specific details
and instructions regarding the initial appointment.
Rated top 5 physical therapy clinics in
Los Gatos by www.opencare.com
Contact Aligned Fitness at 408-691-2829 or at http://www.alignedfit.com/contact-us.html to book your remote postural therapy session.
Postural alignment therapy is based on the premise that the human body has a normal standing anatomical position in which the four load bearing joints (being the ankles, knees, hips & shoulders) line up both vertically and horizontally. It's individualized in the way that it looks at "each" client’s posture to see how the joints are currently positioned. If something appears out of alignment, (examples being: One hip higher, feet externally rotated, protracted shoulders, or a forward head position), these deviations from the norm can create muscular imbalances which then create inflexibility, reduced strength, improper gait, and ultimately pain and injury. At Aligned Fitness, we use sequences of corrective exercises to affect the muscular system in order to move the bones/joints back to their functional position.
Postural therapy treats a person’s pain without hands on manipulation which differs from many other types of therapy. Chiropractic, for example, adjusts the body by physically moving bones back to their proper position. Like chiropractic, we attempt to do the same; but understanding that “muscles move bones,” the method we use achieves this by adjusting the length tension relationships of the muscles in order to move the bones back to their neutral position. By influencing both the bone and the musculature surrounding it, the hope is the adjustments will become more permanent. Postural alignment therapy also differs from physical therapy which often treats a symptom once an injury has occurred. What differentiates postural therapy is it does not let the location of the symptom dictate where to begin. Postural therapy takes a “holistic” view of the body and assesses each individual’s alignment from head to toe to find the underlying dysfunction that may contribute to the pain symptom. By treating the cause (muscular imbalances and improper loading of the joints) we can reduce both current and future pain symptoms.