When someone does not move well, the process can be described simply as this:
First, find an entry point. This means you need an objective movement diagnosis with criteria to protect you against your own subjectivity.
Then, rate and rank movement for efficiency.
Then, protect against getting worse.
Then, do something to improve information coming into their nervous system. This might mean a pain relieving treatment or a technique to change/improve mobility.
Second, we provide an exercise that gives the persons nervous system an opportunity to use that enhanced information, process it reflexively and manage their movement mistakes at the edge of their ability – this is Reactive Neuromuscular Training (RNT).
If corrective exercise is not working, it is because:
To the first point - a diagnosis is always first priority. Improve diagnostic systems.
To the second point - diagnosis will direct treatment choice. Improve treatment precision. Keep a baseline system to verify change.
To the third point - diagnosis will direct mobility treatment choice. Improve mobilisation technique. Keep a baseline system to verify change.
To the fourth point - motor control and motor learning science can be translated into artistic and systematic corrective exercise training. Improve this process. And, keep a baseline system to verify change.
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