Often muscles are imbalanced and joints hurt, and then injuries can happen. Once you reestablish the balance from front to back and side to side, you find it’s…
Recently a client of mine gave me a job title that finally summed up my specialized version of personal training. She said I describe you as a ‘structural kinesiologist‘.
Kinesiology is the study of motion of the human body, which I have devoted the last 2 decades researching. If you are going to study motion, you can’t help but incorporate the entire structure.
Structural Kinesiologist & Personal Trainer
I am a personal trainer specializing in injury prevention and rehab training. I train people with acute as well as chronic conditions, with surgery prevention as a goal where possible.
For 20 years I have tackled the imbalances of muscles that compromise the fun and love of sports, gardening, and everyday activities.
The muscles may not be the only culprit of your not participating in the things you love to do that involve movement, but they are an impactful biomechanical tool that can be maximized with great results and certainly need to be eliminated as a possibility.
I had the good fortune to train under Peter Egoscue in the mid ’90’s. He taught me a tremendous amount about functional anatomy and training.
Please watch my YouTube Video to the right. This explains my training philosophy in greater detail!