Luke Chichetto works with clients one-on-one to develop a customized training program that may be used alone or paired with additional therapeutic techniques such as manual therapy. At Mobility Rx I always begins with a full assessment of your existing conditions, tolerance to activity, and goals in order to develop a truly individualized treatment plan. Contact me Luke Chichetto to learn more about Mobility Rx Training! See below for some of the techniques I use to achieve maximum use of the human body!
- Body stabilization through developing core strength
- Unpredictable movement challenges for improved balance
- Controlled instability and body awareness
- Core Suspension Training
Benefits of Mobility Rx
For anyone experiencing chronic pain or musculoskeletal dysfunction, effective training programs at Mobility Rx can result in regaining independent function, pain relief/management, increase mobility, or can work to prepare the body to tolerate additional treatment techniques. For others, successful functional physical therapy assists in the recovery of an injury or surgery, helps in injury prevention, and general preparedness for daily activities and athletic events.
- Weight management
- Improve balance and stability
- Increased strength and joint mobility
Following the initial assessment, a typical Mobility Rx session involves a series of exercises that mimic everyday movements we do at work or in sports. In the first steps of the program, clients may use only the resistance of their own body weight to facilitate body control, while gradually building strength and stability. If I think it is appropriate, clients will progressively introduce additional resistance such as kettle bells, medicine balls, fitness cables, body boards, etc. The exercises will focus on full body movements that engage multiple muscle groups. Similar to resistance, additional complexity in movement will be introduced progressively. Client at Mobility Rx can also expect many exercises that focus on the core to develop abdominal strength, support the spine, and provide power to the rest of the body.