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Postural Reconstruction Physiotherapy

Postural Reconstruction® Physiotherapy

with Diane Patterson, PT, B.Sc.P.T. v

What can Postural Reconstruction® do for you?

  • reduce or eliminate pain
  • reduce inflammation
  • improve postural alignment
  • increase energy, ease of movement and body awareness
  • improve function in everyday activities and athletic performance

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Common conditions encountered

  • neck and back pain, including sciatica
  • headaches and migraines
  • conditions such as tendonitis, epicondylitis, patellofemoral syndrome, plantar fasciitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, TMJ, fibromyalgia
  • spinal deformities, including scoliosis and kyphosis
  • rehabilitation following motor vehicle accidents and surgery
  • postural misalignments

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What is Postural Reconstruction®?

 

Postural Reconstruction® is a physiotherapy approach used:

  • alleviate pain
  • improve dysfunction
  • reduce postural distortion (by rebalancing muscular tone)

Our muscles constantly receive signals from the brain, even when our bodies are at rest, which maintains a certain level of muscular tension or tone.

In regular daily life and as a response to traumas, abnormal messages from the brain cause certain muscle groups to become more excitable. As a consequence of this unbalanced muscle tone, abnormal mechanical constraints lead to the development of deformations of the spine and limbs.

Our physiotherapist, Diane Patterson will observe these deformations and relate them to the accumulated tensions in the body. The therapeutic work involves rebalancing muscle tone in relation to the pain and postural distortions of each individual patient.

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Postural Reconstruction® – More Info

Postural Reconstruction®   What does Postural Reconstruction® do? seeks to release excessive muscle tone in the body which is the source of postural distortion. improving alignment and relieving musculoskeletal complaints. rebalances muscle tonicity, thereby restoring the body’s ideal form, decreasing pain and optimizing function.   What is a Postural Reconstruction® evaluation? the physiotherapist will perform a postural …

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