Whether you’re a competitive athlete, a weekend warrior, or simply someone seeking to improve your balance, stability and overall fitness level, don’t overlook the importance of your core muscles! In case you aren’t quite sure what your core muscles are, this refers to the muscles of the lower back, pelvis, hips and stomach (commonly referred to as the abs, or abdominal muscles).
Our physical therapist at Nevada Rehabilitation Centers understands that the core comprises the central foundation on which total harmony with your body’s entire musculoskeletal system is built. Indeed, a weakness or imbalance in another part of your body can sometimes be traced right back to the core. Lower back pain, chronic injuries, muscle fatigue, and balance-related problems can all be related to weak core muscles. That’s why we address the core muscle group when assessing our patients, no matter their ages or fitness level. Whether you’re a runner, walker, weightlifter, swimmer, or just want more support when tackling daily responsibilities in the home or on the job, working with our physical therapist can provide dramatic results. Not to mention more defined abs that look great!
Our physical therapy team works one-on-one with each person in our immaculately clean, state-of-the-art facility, using a customized fitness plan to address each individual’s specific needs. We strengthen the muscle groups through targeted stretches and exercises, and closely monitor each person’s progress and adjust accordingly. The total fitness plan we devise encourages each person to continue maintaining the strengths they acquire long after your sessions with our physical therapist have ended.
Achieving core strength and stability will have an immense impact on your overall fitness, and our physical therapy team at Nevada Rehabilitation Centers has been consistently proven to provide the best care. Don’t hesitate to contact us today for more details about how we can work together to build a healthier tomorrow!
By Nevada Rehabilitation Centers
September 29, 2022