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Services

Functional Range Assessment (FRA)

Our assessment process will provide you with a clear understanding of what your joints can and cannot do so you know exactly where you need to begin addressing the root causes of your pain or dysfunction. This will also be an opportunity to learn more about how your body is designed to move and how you can facilitate a deeper, more complete recovery process by supporting your body with the type of movement it needs to both heal and function optimally.

 

1:1 Treatment & Training (T&T)

For those who are in chronic pain or are limited in their daily life or hobbies, a 1:1 approach is recommended to accelerate the healing process. Group classes are not designed to solve an individual's specific problem, so we recommend this service to clients who have tried physical therapy, chiropractic, massage therapy, or fitness programs but are still looking for lasting or more complete results for a specific issue.

 

The work we will do in these sessions is structured around improving your ability to move with less pain/discomfort while teaching you the tools and strategies you need to work through the healing process most effectively. 

Start today by booking your Functional Range Assessment.

A Holistic Approach

Physiotherapy

Targeted Soft-Tissue Treatment

Manual therapy is a key component to improving joint health. We use an assessment and treatment approach to tailor a plan specific to your individual needs. Integrating this work allows you to feel better, move more freely, and make sure you are getting the most out of your training efforts.

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Breathing

The movements that create our breathing pattern are often sub-optimal, which can cause  compensations that effect the spine, hips, shoulders, and throughout the extremities. By improving our breathing mechanics with targeted exercises designed to restore full function, we begin our healing journey from the inside out.

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Joint Strength Training

We train our muscles to be stronger with specific exercises, yet rarely is joint-specific strength training included in fitness programs.  Functional Range Conditioning applies the concepts used by strength and conditioning professionals tailored specifically toward improving the function (and therefore health) of each joint in the body. 

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