ACHES & PAINS
The less frequently we use the muscles in our body, the smaller and weaker they become. This decrease in muscle mass and strength can lead to various aches and pains in the body. Especially back pain.
Experts estimate that up to 80% of the population will experience a back problem at some time in their lives.
Common ailments are imbalances in the postural muscles of the back, abdomen and pelvic floor. With EMS these difficult muscle groups can be targeted and effectively trained.
EFFECTS OF EMS
EMS can produce a stronger contraction of the muscle than voluntary force development.
Reaching the deeper and smaller muscles along the spine, EMS can target these hard to reach areas with the special features of our core program.
Available for Chiropractic Patients. Dr. Welch of ComfortWorks explains
Spinal manipulation by chiropractors as treatment for back problems. It is a safe and effective spine pain treatment. It reduces pain, rapidly advances physical therapy and decreases the need for medication in some cases.
Available for Physical Therapy Patients. Dr. Secili Destefano of Optimal Motion explains
Aches and pains can sneak up on the best of us. Even active people. Visit a physical therapist for help with pains that are musculoskeletal (muscles, ligaments, tendons, bones).
This program has been designed to compliment the work of your health care professional. It is ideal for those who are hypermobile, prehab/rehab, and deconditioned, with back pain.
EMS is joint friendly because the training intensity is not from heavy weights, but from electrostimulation which is gentler on the entire musculoskeletal system.
In the case of imbalance and the widespread issue of back pain, EMS training can make a noticeable contribution to alleviating discomfort.
One of our favorite clients, Barbara with our trainer Melissa, shares her experience in the video below.
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