You may not consider yourself an athlete, but your daily life most definitely involves movement. And just as athletes can’t perform optimally in their sports without training techniques that bring out their best, some of us need good coaching to move in more healthful ways throughout the day. For example, restoring strength and range of motion in the arms and shoulders can greatly improve the ability to bathe and dress independently. This is one of many ways that improving strength and conditioning help pave the way to a better quality of life.
Common diagnoses include: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Frailty and Debility, Obesity.
For more information about this or other common issues visit the The American Physical Therapy Association.
WHAT SETS EW APART
EW Motion Therapy’s goal is to help our clients reach their optimal level of mobility so that whatever they do, they can do it better. We use a medically based, whole-body system to evaluate, treat, and prevent movement problems. Our system addresses our clients’ movement dysfunctions, eliminates their pain, and improves their performance.