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Proprioception Exercises

Proprioception refers to the body’s ability detect where it is in space. Close your eyes and feel your nose. You can move your finger from your nose to your nostrils without even seeing them. After a musculoskeletal trauma, proprioception exercises can be used to help you retrain your senses. To sense how your joints and muscles move, your body relies on its sensory system. Your body’s proprioceptive abilities are crucial for balance and coordination.

PHYSICAL THERAPY
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MANUAL THERAPY
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BALANCE AND GAIT
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INJURY PREVENTION
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POSTURAL REALIGNMENT
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NEUROMUSCULAR RE-EDUCATION
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ACTIVE RELEASE TECHNIQUE
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JOINT MOBILIZATION
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KINESION TAPING

CUPPING
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GRASTON TECHNIQUE
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CORE 6
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CORRECTIVE EXERCISE & POSTURAL RESTORATION
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NUTRITION & LIFESTYLE
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FLUID STRETCHING PROGRAMS
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TPI CERTIFIED
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