Fill Your Schedule in 6-Months or Less 30-Day Bootcamp Starting March 5 - SAVE YOUR SPOT!

What Happens After An Injury

anatomy return to life Nov 05, 2018

When an area of the body gets injured, the local stabilizing muscles turn off to allow healing. Now that these deep muscles are not doing their job of stabilization, the larger more superficial muscles will take over a job that’s not really theirs. Once the acute injury phase has passed, the deep small muscles have to be reawakened in a gentle way to give the superficial ones their deserved break after helping out. If this re-education training of the stabilizer muscles doesn’t happen (in form of physical therapy or Pre-Pilates exercises) the compensatory movement pattern continues and when repeated over many years becomes unhealthy.

 

Subscribe to the blog via email

Get fresh content delivered straight to your inbox.

Subscribe
Close

Stay In Touch

Enter your name and email address to receive all the latest news and updates from Pilates Encyclopedia.

By submitting the form below you agree to receive email communication from PE. You can opt-out at any time and your email address will never be shared.