The BioMechanics Method® is an easy to learn, and empowering process of therapeutic exercise designed to help individuals improve posture, alleviate chronic muscle and joint pain, and help them improve activities of daily living and athletic performance.
Designed with the uniqueness of each person in mind, this revolutionary approach to pain relief incorporates structural assessments, corrective exercise techniques and life coaching strategies into a simple system that makes improved function and pain-free living a reality for people plagued by muscle and joint pain. The BioMechanics Method® has been used with absolutely amazing results to help people overcome the effects of back, neck, shoulder, knee, ankle and foot pain.
As your TBMM®- CES, I will help you understand how poor posture, and muscle/joint imbalances of any kind can create pain, injury, and dysfunction throughout the entire body. We will use the results of individualized posture assessment to pinpoint your specific needs. This information will be used to help create a highly personalized exercise plan that resolve musculoskeletal pain and function issues more rapidly and successfully than other pain-relief modalities.
When you begin your Corrective Exercise path, Deb will explain step-by-step:
- The series of simple assessments which reveal the underlying causes of pain and dysfunction
- Which soft tissue structures are causing you problems
- The corrective exercises you'll be doing until your next session
- Building progression from one session to the next which cumulates in effectively and permanently alleviating pain and dysfunction
- How to integrate corrective exercise strategies into athletic and/or performance based programs
The BioMechanics Method® is in use by health and fitness professionals, doctors, physiotherapists, chiropractors, physical therapists, Pilates instructors, massage therapists, professional sports teams, and college and university professors in over 30 countries and is featured in the Integrated Fitness Training Model™ utilized by The American Council on Exercise.