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The musculoskeletal system is by far the greatest energy user in the body.
It is one of our primary sources of pain, discomfort and disability.
Whenever bone, joint, ligament or muscle is disturbed, the local stresses feed constant information to the spinal cord, as a result there will be abnormal transmission of impulses to and from the spinal cord, contributing to spinal cord dysfunction.
To maintain the integrity of musculoskeletal system with that of nervous system, these special advanced exercise programs plays a vital role.
Exercises broadly subdivided into
1. Stretching exercises – includes fascial stretches
2. Strengthening exercises
Grade I - performed against own body weight/against gravity (for all persons)
Grade II - performed against resistance (for skilled persons)
Grade III - performed against weights (for professionals)
3. Balancing exercises - specific skilled exercises for proprioception stimulation
4. Endurance exercises - exercises which increases your heart rate, and breathing, stimulates all other systems in the body for overall fitness.
Without Ergonomics and postural correction the complete benefits of exercises is obsolete.