Once we’ve assessed you, not only will we know what’s really at the root of your problem but we’ll know what needs to be done about it.
The corrective phase of training is where we correct posture, stabilise joints, address the compensations and imbalances that may have come as a result of your pain and past injuries and basically just get the whole thing moving better and working as it should.
This type of exercise pays particular attention to strengthening of the deeper muscles and muscle fibres that tend not to get so much work using conventional resistance training techniques
This could look different for everyone depending on your level of fitness, injury history, current time restraints and the results of your assessment. If you’re in pain your corrective program will address any underlying issues and act therapeutically until you’re free of pain.
In short corrective exercise corrects - corrects dysfunctional patterns that may have been linked to your pain, corrects posture and corrects muscle imbalances.
It’s also where we build the foundation for later training to come.