Save time and improve your results with these 5 easy steps.
The barrier to entry that we see with most patients when it comes to stretching, foam rolling, and the rest of the mobility/recovery works is that they don't have enough time to do it. However, your mobility/recovery routine really shouldn't take you all that long. It's often a case of doing too much instead of not doing enough. Here is how you can trim the fat, and still get the best results, from your routine.
I hope you found this to be helpful. Please share with your friends so that I can make a larger difference. If you have specific questions you are more than welcome to ask us. We can't consult on medical conditions without certain formalities in place first, but we can always point you in the right direction. Last year I developed custom mobility programs for two Rio olympians and world team members across 3 different sports. Not to mention for a very large number of our regular patients. I'd be more than happy to do the same for you.
MobilityRx Online Recovery Program
We've helped numerous clients around the world with their movement and mobility issues. Using our video chat software we will speak face to face with you for 30min to get a feel for your issue. Then we will create a corrective strategy fo you. We won't stop until we've got it perfect.
The MobilityRx program is perfect for anyone who wants their movements analyzed and is looking for a corrective exercise program to take home with them. We've created our own functional analysis using manual muscle testing, isolated range of motion testing, and whole body movement testing. Essentially we will break you deconstruct you into pieces and then put who back together into a story that explains why you are having the difficulty you're having. These visits last about one hour and then we will work on your corrective plan afterwards. You will receive a full narrative explaining what we've found so that you can share the information with whoever you want.
The Mobility-Doc Blog
Drs. Chloe Costigan and John Giacalone are both physical medicine specialists, former competitive athletes, and strength and conditioning coaches.