Core Strengthening Programs

It is the goal at CoreActive to make sure you feel your best and stay that way.  From patient and provider race resume's to a committment to science literature reviews and lifelong learning, you can count on the experience, expertise, and personalized service at CoreActive.  Whether a one time consultation or ongoing care/training is your goal, CoreActive will provide you with the crucial link between specialty areas of sports, orthopedic and women's health physical therapy and the preventive health, fitness, and strength & conditioning realm.

Our Programs** at a Glance

  • Run Form Analysis 
  • Rehab for Sports Injuries
    • Foot/ankle pain
    • Plantar fasciitis
    • Shin splints
    • Knee & hip pain including ITBand syndrome
  • Shoulder screenings
    • Swimmers of all ages (improve power/catch, reduce 'elbow drop' in freestyle)
    • Overhead athletes
    • Power lifting & Cross Fit
  • Functional Movement Screening (FMS) for overuse injury prevention 
  • Strength & Conditioning 
    • Injury prevention for triathletes
    • Coordination & efficiency training 
    • Joint/muscle pain relief for all ages
  • Rehab Bike Fit
  • Pre-/Post-Partum

    • Prenatal Exercise

    • Return to Sport after Pregnancy & the Lactating Athlete

    • Post-Cesarean Recovery & Return to Fitness 
  • Pelvic Floor Dysfunction screening & prevention for high impact athletes (Private/one-on-one sessions and group exercise MFT classes)

 

**Individual & four session follow up packages available.  Call for current pricing.

 

Benefits of high impact/high intensity sport (e.g. running, soccer, basketball, gymnastics, volleyball, dance, etc) participation:
 
  • Cardiovascular health
  • Lean body mass ratio
  • Mood
  • Mental focus & more
Musculoskeletal risks include overuse injuries and the well covered, in the media, Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury.  ACL injuries are largely affecting for an athlete at any age, and rehab lasts 4-6months.  Yet, what if an even more widespread, seemingly invisible, and often acutely embarrassing risk existed...? 
 
Facts at a Glance:
  • According to one review, 0.012% (12 in 100,000 athletes) of female soccer players will injure their ACL.
  • 50% of soccer players experience bladder control issues (Jacome et al, Int'l J of Gyn OB, 2011) yet few if any will talk about it with family/friends/health care provider.

 

Pelvic physical therapy, such as the comprehensive program at CoreActive, is up to 85% effective and is the first line of treatment. 

 

Prevention & education are key!

 

Current research indicates that participants in popular "core" focused exercise programs often do not adequately engage deep core muscle layers in a manner sufficient to treat/prevent bladder control issues.  Learning to control the muscles that surround and elevate the bladder neck is essential.

 

Get "core wise" today and sign up for a Ms Fit Therapy core + "floor" class to engage correctly and get the most out of your favorite exercise regimen (e.g. P90-X, boot camp, pilates, ballet/barre classes, etc).  

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