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The exercise component of Nashville Neuromuscular Center is not cardiovascular nor weight training. We are focused on Posture Correction. You will be stronger and will be able to be active longer, but that is because your body structure is in a better position for movement. Again, we have a toolbox filled with different techniques proven to be effective and we use them all when creating our Posture Fitness Prescriptions.

Our Posture Fitness Menus are specifically and uniquely designed to correct the imbalances in your body that are causing your pain. To help you understand more about our process and the underlying foundations of this work you may go to  PostureFitness.net. When you work with Nashville Neuromuscular Center Posture Therapists, you will get a plan modeled on your individual body position.

In our Posture Fitness Corrective Exercise Toolbox:
The precise asymmetrical posture corrective training of Paul Chek and Paul St. John, the Fascial Fitness philosophy of Tom Myers, 
the Foundation Training work of Eric Goodman, the rehab and prehab techniques of Stuart McGill, the Postural Alignment concepts of Katy Bowman, and NASM Corrective Exercise -  all influence Nashville Neuromuscular Center's Posture Fitness programs and are to be credited with our high success rates. We stay current with the latest findings of legitimate research studies.

Our therapists all come with their own unique training. Mayumi Khimenko is a former prima balarina with both the LA and Nashville Ballet Companies and has years of participation in Pilates. Angie Gray is an NSAM Certified Corrective Exercise Coach and currently enrolled in Hannah Somatics training. Rebecca Saindon has worked with Posture Correction concepts of Paul St. John and Paul Chek, held NFPT fitness trainer certification for 16 years and completed certification in  2011 as a Posture Alignment Specialist.
So many therapists in the field today are recognizing the need for both massage and strengthening that massage therapists are giving exercises, and fitness trainers are massaging their clients. It is important that your healthcare practitioners are working within their level of training.