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Corrective Exercise

Generally speaking, corrections made using force won't hold as well as those using finesse.

Forceful corrections/manipulations don't require the body's permission or cooperation. This can be an important distinction.

Corrective exercise has been a big part of my practice for 37 years. However, I only assign exercises based on movement and postural patterns I have already corrected as a reinforcement.

All too often, exercises are assigned to strengthen movement patterns that aren't even working.

This doesn't correct anything, it just builds stronger compensation patterns.

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