Intrinsic Neurological Functional Intelligence Training (INF.I.T.) is a structured program for intensive rehabilitation of dysfunction within the human locomotor system. INF.I.T. integrates the principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS according to Kolar) see www.rehabps.com, with the latest researched developments in functional training and rehabilitation therapy. Providing a breakthrough in treatment and rehabilitation for an almost universal range of symptoms in patients of all ages.
More than simply a training program, INF.I.T. employs a constant passive/active locomotion therapy program of precise central nervous system stimulation, facilitating and strengthening inherent reflex motor responses that are fundamental to optimal human function, development and performance. INFIT programs correct, reinforce and optimize patterns of posture, respiration and locomotion, quickly and effectively reduce pain and dependancy on pain medication; increase anatomical function and greatly reduce the risk of further dysfunction and reoccurrance of injury. The result is an established solid platform, and a subconscious lifetime strategy for self care, through a higher level of motor control, postural awareness and body image.
INF.I.T. can help you with: Chronic/Acute Low Back Pain, Intervertabral Disc Disorders, Ischias, Whiplash Associated Disorders, Chronic Pain Management, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Headaches, Tension, Brain/Spinal Injuries, Stroke Related Disorders, Poor Posture, Scoliosis, Gait Correction, Joint Restrictions, Frozen Shoulder, Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Respiration Disorders, Intrinsic/Core Stability, Sports Injuries and much more....
Tired of being in pain...?
Do you suffer regularly with low back pain, neck pain, joint pain or headaches...always feeling tense after a days work...suffer with an old injury that feels like it never really healed correctly?...click here
Posture or stability problems...?
Bad footwear, an incorrect gait, sitting at a computer or slouching in front of the television for long periods, incorrect exercise techniques, tension and pain syndromes can all contribute to bad posture. Posture and stability are inextricably linked to good health but few people, patients or practitioners, give the necessary attention to either when considering exercise prescritions for rehabilitation...click here