Core Stability - Clinic25
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Core Stability

Our body relies on good core stability to maintain correct posture and alignment. It is important for core muscles to have good strength, coordination, balance and endurance to support our movement.  We should train our central nervous system to use the core, creating a good platform of stability when moving and exercising.  A lot of musculoskeletal complaints and recurring sports injuries can be linked back to dysfunctional core stabilisation.  

Improving the functionality of your core can help assist with:

 

  • Sports performance
  • Lower back discomfort
  • Hip/knee/ankle pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Pre & Post natal rehabilitation
Athletic woman exercising outdoors at sunset and doing squats.