According to experts, enhanced flexibility and range of motion are advantages of aided stretching.
People are paying more attention to their health and wellness, which is one advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic. A rising portion of this concentration is on assisted stretching, a sector of the economy that is expanding quickly.
Stretching is beginning to be recognized as a wellness modality, much like physical therapy or chiropractic care.
In assisted stretching, a skilled professional will stretch your body on your behalf, usually in a special setting. The stretches are carried out manually and with the use of specialized tools. Stretching regimens might require weekly visits for a month or two and are customized to each person and their goals. A lot of places also provide group classes, online education and other services.
Stretching is Not Just for Pain Management
Even if you aren’t feeling any particular pains, we advise trying assisted stretching if you’re unsure of its potential benefits. This is because many people have body parts that are tighter than they realize. We all sit too much, which is a serious health risk.
The dangers of constant sitting are like a ticking time bomb. It’s far simpler to assist the athlete because their body experiences less stress from activity and movement when compared to the stress you place on your body against the stress an athlete places on their body.
Our customers tell us that it has improved their mobility, flexibility and range of motion, which has given them more freedom to enjoy activities like hiking and golfing. Making a choice is simple if something makes it easier for people to pursue their passions.
Stiffness and Chronic Pain
According to practitioners, assisted stretching has many advantages, including boosting flexibility, blood circulation and range of motion. Additionally, it aids in reducing stiffness and soreness and it lessens your chance of injury. Stretching with assistance can increase your posture, core strength and athletic performance while decreasing recovery time. Stretching is also recommended as a strategy to reduce stress, enhance sleep and increase energy.
There is a wide range of benefits from stretching and if you feel like you’ll be the only one – think again. Many customers range in age from 4 to 90-plus encompassing groups as diverse as pro athletes, those with movement ailments and neuromuscular disease and the sedentary.
Most of them are regular people who have dealt with common ailments like neck and lower back pain throughout their lives. However, those pains are not typical. Something isn’t functioning correctly. These are the people we are assisting.
Assistance and consistency
Although it is the ultimate goal at many assisted stretching facilities, for people to stretch well on their own, this usually doesn’t happen.
People frequently don’t stretch or they stretch improperly. Many frequently force themselves into awkward positions or maintain them for too long, which can be harmful to the body.
Additionally, many are just unable to accomplish some stretches on their own or reach the same depth of stretch as a professional.
REACH’s 2 STEP APPROACH TO RECOVERY THERAPY
1. IDENTIFY THE ROOT CAUSES OF YOUR ACHES AND PAINS
At Reach, we start your Stretch and Recovery journey with your Mobility Risk Factor Assessment. This assessment allows us to pinpoint the causes of your aches and pains, muscle imbalances and weakness, and posture or mobility limitations. After your assessment, we can proceed to step 2!
2. CUSTOMIZE YOUR RECOVERY THERAPY PROGRAM
Based on your Mobility Risk Factor Assessment, a custom Stretch & Recovery therapy plan will be created. The program is designed just for you and will target your areas of concern and interest. Each session includes a balanced blend of Corrective Stretch, Percussion, Compression, CBD, and Heat Vibration Therapy. This takes the guesswork out of choosing the Stretch and Recovery therapies that will be best for you!