The aim of Neuromuscular Stabilization is to create proper stability and movement patterns. These can be seen as early on in life, but they are also important for later development stages where we develop particular muscles or joint structures that do not get sufficient exercise because their function is not required until then if this happens due developmental dysfunction it might require individualized treatment plans instead what is offered by traditional medicine cabinets.
The human brain is in constant communication with our movements. We use a cortical system of locomotion and movement, through correct stability points throughout different stages from when we first start walking to achieving perfect balance as adults by mastering how gravity, posture and weight loading all work together for optimal performance.
The doctor or therapist will be trying to establish proper support through joints in order for the patients movement patterns and functions. They do this by combining different exercises, positions, etc., where one exercise may include using their hands while another might require them use other body parts such as facial muscles so they can achieve what is best suited towards your needs.
Our approach at Paramus PT will:
The doctors at Physical Therapy paramus know that each patient has a unique story to tell. They will work with you on your pain and rehabilitation program, tailored specifically for the cause of it.
We treat all these conditions with our hands on Dynamic neuromuscular rehabilitation approach:
We are committed to providing patients with the best functional customized treatment plans, which have been personalized for each individual's needs. We believe that Paramus Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center stands out as one of New Jersey’s premier providers in Bergen County because we provide an emphasis on attentional commitment towards excellence throughout all aspects related to physical therapy services provided here at this office.