Functional Rehab is a strategy involving evaluation and performance of rehabilitation exercises that mimic real life. With this a patient will be able to return to their work, activities of daily living, or competition sooner and with better mechanics to improve performance and prevent future episodes of pain. Methods used in functional rehab include:


Tissue sparing techniques

  • to prevent further injury
  • to prevent aggravation of your condition

Spinal stabilization

  • reduce the strain placed on the spinal joints through effective bracing and muscular support (core strength)
  • improved athletic performance through effective power transfer and a decrease in wasted movements

Training proper movement patterns

  • decrease strain placed on joints and connective tissues including the intervertebral disc
  • reduce the risk of future aggravations
  • get you back to work (& play) faster