Functional Therapy and Training to Remove Pain, Improve Physical Condition and Athletic Performance
According to the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) musculoskeletal injuries are at all time high that it was 40 years ago.
More than 600,000 knee replacements are performed each year in the United States. With an aging population staying in the workforce longer and obesity on the rise, demand for total knee replacement surgery is expected to exceed 3 million by the year 2030. The average cost of a knee replacement is approximately $20,000 totaling to 12B annually.
According to the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) the number of hip replacement procedures more than doubled in the United States, from 138,700 in 2000 to 310,800 in 2010. The number grew by 92 percent, to 80,000, among those at age 75 and older. It jumped by 205 percent in those aged 45 to 54, to 51,900. A total hip replacement usually will cost between $31,839 and $44,816, with an average cost of $39,299 with the annual cost approximately 1.2B, according to Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina.
Neurosurgeons performed 2,296,331 total procedures in 2011 in the United States, 1,448,400 of which were spine surgeries, according to AANS National Neurosurgical Procedural Statistics. The average cost of a spine surgery is about $35,000. Estimated spine market size is 5B.
Finding real relief from any number of ongoing pains and injuries, in many cases, doesn’t have to be as difficult as one thinks. Functional Therapy and Training helps to reduce pain, return range of motion and boost performance, as an often smart alternative to surgery and dangerous drugs.
It’s a well-kept secret in the fitness industry that many exercise programs neglect key parts of functional fitness, often leading to nagging or even severe conditions such as arthritis pain, sciatic pain, neck pain or shoulder pain that can impair a person’s lifestyle greatly.
It can often correct many or most of these problems, improve physical performance and boost overall real fitness levels – where a person not only looks good, but they can move and perform in healthy, vibrant ways. While conventional medicine, chiropractic care and physical therapy are failing to address the issues related to arthritis pain, sciatic pain, neck pain or shoulder pain successfully clients have embraced the functional therapy with open arms.
By teaching how the body was meant to move, rather than someone just exercising in a random and chaotic way, real injuries can be prevented, old wounds can be healed and performance can skyrocket. And those benefits apply to men and women, the young, the old and everyone in between. Functional Therapy and Training is one of the most important things we offer.
Doctors, chiropractors and physical therapists mostly treat the area of pain while functional therapy and training assess and treat the body parts outside the area of pain.
Wellness & Beyond has protocols to address all of these issues and deep experience helping their clients to get the results that they are after, often leading to total transformations, in a program that combines proper movement in its correct form and expertly aligned body movement. Some common problem areas include arthritis pain, sciatic pain, neck pain or shoulder pain.
The science-based approach developed by Wellness and Beyond can provide answers and solutions how to treat various injuries effectively and avoid surgical intervention. Functional therapy and training brought relief to numerous individuals with injuries, they avoided surgeries and renewed their active style. Here’s an interview with person who was recommended by the doctors to perform 3 surgeries and cancelled all of them after 2 months of functional therapy and training: