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In the Gym2018-04-23T16:40:08+00:00
  • Shoulder pain
  • Knee pain
  • Hip pain
  • Neck pain
  • Tendinitis
  • Muscle strains and sprains
  • Lower back pain
  • Wrist & Elbow pain
  • Foot pain

Here are a couple of simple movement assessments that you should be able to pass if you are working out! If you can’t pass these, then you are at risk of injuring yourself.

Call for a phone consultation to find out how Dr. Karl may be able to help.

You’ve made the commitment to get in shape or maybe to take your physical fitness to the next level and started working with a trainer. Eager to start seeing results, you jump into your new routine feet-first. And the next sound you hear is “ouch” as a workout injury derails your healthful plans.

This is a common situation that can be prevented with a pre workout Functional movement assessment with Dr. Karl. Dr. Karl uses a Selective Functional Movement assessment to identify mechanical deficiencies that can contribute to injuries that occur in the gym when starting a new program. The goal is to identify the areas in your body that need specific stability training or mechanical therapy prior to starting a more vigorous workout. If there is a mechanical dysfunction, Dr. Karl may prescribe chiropractic treatments or Active Release Technique to help restore normal mechanics and remove the associated discomfort. If there is a stability issue, Dr. Karl can direct your trainer on the area of your body that needs stability training and or strength training in order to prevent a future injury. If you are tired of nagging injuries affecting your workouts, or if your injury keeps returning and is it slow to respond to traditional types of care – Call to schedule your selective functional movement assessment with Dr. Karl.