Corrective Exercise Workouts Involves Strength And Conditioning Exercise That Considers A Person's Previous Injury And Medical History, Lifestyle Demands, Current Postural Alignment, And Muscle Imbalances.
the Best part is our Corrective Exercise trainers can also help with getting you into shape in a safe and efficient way, where a physical therapist would only be able to treat your injury.
Corrective Exercise To Move Efficiently and Prevent Injuries
Corrective exercises can help make any pain you are experiencing disappear. These exercises will strengthen and correct the irregularities of your body. Most of these exercises are able to be performed in the comfort of your own home. In addition to skeletal misalignment, muscles or connective tissues that are out of place can also cause pain.
There are also other types of pain such as back pain, neck pain, and headaches. These pains are caused by muscles and tissues that are not properly aligned. Over time, this can cause injury. Feeling aligned will help your body achieve balance and true health.
Corrective Exercise helps Prevent Injuries and Recover From injuries!
Corrective Exercise training is a Specific Customized exercise program that helps you to prevent injuries. Corrective Exercise training involves strength and conditioning exercise that considers a person's previous injury and medical history, lifestyle demands, current postural alignment and muscle imbalances.
We Bring Our Corrective Exercise Experts Right To Your Home
The goal of our In-Home Corrective Exercise Service is to help maximize your overall independence and wellness in the comfort, convenience, and privacy of your own home. So no more commuting to and waiting for your appointment at the clinic or gym.
Our Trainers can also help with getting you into great shape in a safe and efficient way, whereas physical therapist would only be able to treat your injury.
Who is Corrective Exercise training for?
Does Your Gym Training Or Fitness Classes Always Lead To Injury? Too Much Single-Sport Focus Leaving You In Pain Because Of Overuse Of The Same Muscle Such As In Spinning And Running For Example? Our Corrective Exercise Specialists Are Highly Specialized To Help You. You’ll Be Healthier More Fit And Stronger For Everyday Activity.
Corrective Exercise Training has been shown to help:
it's scientifically proven to help to prevent injuries before they occur and can also help to optimize the best outcome after a surgical procedure.
used consistently over time, corrective exercise may:
Why Corrective Exercise Training Works
Don't you want to: Move Better. Feel Better. Play Better. Live Better.
The primary benefit of using a Type A Training Corrective Exercise Personal Trainer is that we come right to your home or apartment gym (your office if applicable). Our Prehab Experts will customize a program by working with your physical therapist/ doctor to give the best training program possible to get you back to your normal lifestyle.
Posture alignment refers to how your head, shoulders, spine, hips, knees and ankles line up with each other. Proper alignment puts less stress on your body specifically less on yours spine and helps you have good posture
Lower and Upper Back
Back pain is usually caused by soft tissue injuries, such as sprains or strains, muscle tension caused by poor posture, or looking downward for long time. With corrective exercise can go away within a few weeks of prober programming
Knee Conditions & Injuries
The most common knee injuries include fractures around the knee, dislocation, and sprains and tears of soft tissues, like ligaments. Proper training can help reduce pain and get you back stronger and faster.
Tennis/ Golfer's elbow
Tennis / golfer's elbow is a form of tendonitis caused by overusing the tendons in the forearm. The tendons can become strained as a result of repetitive motions of the wrist and arm.
Musculoskeletal pain and imbalances are the most common and debilitating issues affecting Americans today. approximately one in two American adults suffers from musculoskeletal conditions—meaning that more than 120 million Americans are living in pain. Whether it’s low-back pain, sciatica, neck pain, non-arthritis joint pain, arthritic conditions, or other musculoskeletal pain disorders, you can help with corrective exercise.
- Source Science Daily
What Can Corrective Exercise Trainers Do For You?
Although we are a Personal Training company, we also have Corrective Exercise Trainers who can develop safe and effective post rehabilitative fitness programs for clients with various limitations that are recovering from a variety of injuries, including shoulders, knees, and lower-back, as well as tendonitis.
Our staff of trainers is comprised of a team of personal trainers who have completed specific Medical Exercise Training Certifications (NASM, MES certification, ACE Medical Exercise Specialist) that qualify them to work with pre-post rehab clients as well as preventive care. We can also work directly with your doctor or physical therapist to ensure that you are making the best recovery so you can return to your normal lifestyle and activities
Some Of The Conditions Our Corrective Exercise Specialists Are Trained To Manage With Exercise Include:
Lower and Upper Back
Low Back Pain, Herniated Discs, Sciatica, Scoliosis, Spinal Stenosis, Facet Joint Syndrome, Degenerative Disc Disease, Spinal Infection, Spondylolisthesis, Spinal Arthritis, Muscle Spasms, Nerve Impingement and Thoracic or Lumbar Sprains/Strains
Knee Conditions & Injuries
Common conditions we work with are: Meniscus Tears, ACL & PCL Tear / Sprain, MCL & LCL Tear / Sprain, Patellofemoral Syndrome (runners knee), Knee Tendonitis, Bursitis, IT Band Syndrome, Chondromalacia Patella, Achilles Tendonitis, Shin Splints and more
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Type A Training's Process and How It Works
Once your physical therapist or doctor has released you for exercise we can help integrate the inhibited joint/s back into normal pain free movement. We can help take you from a sedentary to a more active lifestyle. The first and most important process having one of our Corrective Exercises Specialists complete a full body Functional Movement Screen (FMS) with you.
The goal is to take over where your doctor and/or therapists left your treatment. We can also work closely with them to establish the appropriate protocol and keep them informed during your training sessions.
Our Approach To The Functional Movement Screen (FMS)
We will rebuild you with a more solid foundation to help with rehabbing injuries, re-injuring old ones and MOST important preventing injuries in the first place. The (FMS) is an effective assessment that provides a safe, personal analysis of how well your body moves. The FMS results will help the corrective exercise specialist address and correct any type of movement deficiencies and will offer a baseline to track progress during your training with us.
Complete a thorough medical history From the Start a comprehensive fitness assessment "Functional Movement Screen (FMS)"
is done to find the current state of your medical condition. we review any injuries and discuss any restrictions you may have.
give action plan
We assess where you are now. We evaluate and recondition your body as a whole using corrective exercises, not just the area of pain which is the norm when your are in a physical therapist, doctor or clinic type atmosphere.
Accountability + Motivation =
Real Results. Let our corrective exercise experts Remove the obstacles in your way so you can succeed with your fitness goals!
The Process and How It Works
Once your physical therapist or doctor have released you for exercise we can help integrate the inhibited joint/s back into normal pain free movement. We can help rehabilitate you from a sedentary to a more active lifestyle.
Our goal is to take over where your doctor and/or therapists left your treatment. We will work closely with them establishing the appropriate protocol and keeping them well informed during your entire post rehab sessions. Some of the conditions we work with are:
Your Journey To Better Health Begins With
Three Simple Steps:
Complete a thorough medical history From the Start a comprehensive fitness assessment is done to find the current state of your medical condition.
GIVE ACTION PLAN
We assess where you are now. We evaluate and recondition your body as a whole, not just the area of pain which is the norm when your are in a physical therapist, doctor or clinic type atmosphere.
Accountability + Motivation =
Real Results Remove the obstacles in your way so you can succeed!
Make your life easier by not having to travel to and from a clinic/gym by having Type A Training Post Rehab Experts come directly to you home.
- Nathaniel Oliver, Owner
We Have The Best Trainers In NYC
“We've been serving Manhattan For Over 20 Years. We have over 25 certified and insured personal trainers, that have all been personally vetted and interviewed by me. When a trainer goes to your home or private gym be confident that you're getting the best”
Nathaniel W. Oliver
Owner of Type A Training of NYC.
Corrective Exercise Training Rates
4 - Sessions
*new clients only
$600/ $125 per
10 - Sessions
$1750/ $175 per
$1600/ $160 per
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Let One Of Our Highly Qualified And Fully Insured Corrective Exercise Trainers Design A Customized Training Program To Help you.
What is Medical Exercise?
Medical exercise helps those dealing with pain-filled or limited movements to regain pain-free movement. Often times our clients come to us when they are not able to return to their favorite activities after completing physical therapy or undergoing surgery.
We can work with the source of the injury- not just the injury itself- to re-train faulty movement patterns, restore muscle balance, and prevent re-injury.
We do not diagnose or treat any medical conditions; we manage medical conditions and associated muscular imbalances with exercise.
Who can participate in Medical Exercise?
Anyone who is medically stable may participate in medical exercise. Medically stable implies that your condition is no longer considered acute, and in need of medical attention. If you are unsure whether you are a good candidate for medical exercise, please consult with your doctor.
Will a Medical Exercise program get rid of my pain and allow me full mobility?
Medical exercise can resolve pain and restore full mobility, but much of that depends upon you. Adherence to the recommended program, including attendance to in-office sessions, as well as compliance with your daily home exercise program is critical to your success. Although we can’t guarantee your individual results, our practitioners should be able to give you a good idea about whether medical exercise can help you after a brief discussion. To request a free 15 minute call with our medical exercise specialists, click here.
Do I need a physician referral for a medical exercise specialist?
You do not need a referral. Even though it is not required, we often have physicians, physical therapists, chiropractors and massage therapists refer their patients or clients to us.
We believe that communicate with your healthcare professionals is important. Our assessments and monthly re-assessments will be sent to your Team so that we can coordinate and provide the best care for you.
Are the trainers certified and insured?
Yes, they are all certified and insured. They are also personally hand-picked by Nathaniel W Oliver and vetted to insure you're getting the best trainers in Manhattan.
Personal Training vs Medical Exercise Training
Personal training is more focused on improving performance levels through cardiovascular activity and weight lifting. Whereas medical exercise may be more focused on improving your health and fitness through specific fitness programs that account for your medical conditions.
Personal trainers specializing in medical exercise DO NOT and CANNOT provide the services of licensed physical therapists, athletic trainers, chiropractors, registered dietitians. Instead, we offer comprehensive physical fitness programs that include:
• Endurance training
• Resistance training
• Flexibility training
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Type A Training LLC
Type A Training Is An In-Home Personal Training Company That Specializes In 30 And 45 Minute Full Body Circuit Workouts. Our Personal Trainers Have Been Serving Manhattan For Over 25 Years, With Over 30 Certified, Personally Vetted And Insured Trainers.