Welcome to Corrective Body Solutions!

This is an 11-year clinical practice in injury prevention and the treatment of acute and chronic pain. Bryan Rodriguez has created a unique and invaluable synthesis of Traditional Chinese Medicine and western bio-mechanical understanding of functional fitness. You have the option of working independently or interdependently with acupuncture, massage, corrective exercise, stretching or functional fitness based on your individual needs.

Acupuncture

AcupunctureBryan Rodriguez specializes in the the treatment of acute and chronic pain. Bryan employs a classical style of acupuncture that has existed for hundreds of years but is practiced by few in the United States. Prior to each acupuncture treatment you will receive asian bodywork, which communicates the necessary tactile information to determine structural inconsistencies and serves as a means of increasing blood circulation to tight or weak muscle areas. Massage also calms the nervous system, assisting the body in entering into a state of relaxation that enhances the healing effects of acupuncture.

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For centuries, Asian people have understood acupuncture to be a proven method for correcting acute and chronic pain conditions and maintaining strong health and longevity. This system provides a sustainable insurance plan that prevents costly medical bills in the future. Come in to experience this ancient and result-based healing system.

 

Asian Bodywork

Bryan RodriguezFor centuries, Asian people have understood massage to be a proven method for correcting acute and chronic pain conditions and maintaining strong health and longevity.

Many people use massage to maintain optimal health. This system can treat pain and tension, while also acting as an insurance plan that prevents costly medical bills in the future. Massage is essential for helping you maintain the health you still have.

Bryan relies primarily on two Asian massage systems Tui Na and Anma. These are one of the oldest and most effective massage techniques to date. This approach employs the traditional Chinese meridian system to help relax the body and relieve physical pain.

Come in to experience this ancient and result-based healing system.

Functional Fitness

Functional FitnessFunctional training is for those who want to increase their level of health and maintain a high level of physical activity. It’s a new paradigm in physical fitness which trains the body with exercises that mimic the movements of everyday life.

Bryan’s sessions enable you to achieve your personal fitness goals while maintaining the longevity of your body. He applies biomechanical analysis to each exercise and refines its form to prevent injury and increase efficacy. Strength, speed, stability, and power are enhanced when the body is properly aligned. Working out with this system provides you with an understanding of structural integrity that you can then apply to any sport or physical activity.

Bryan’s functional training will help you to create a neuromuscular memory which empowers your body to live a healthy, active lifestyle and do what you love to do.

Corrective Excercises

Corrective ExerciseCorrective exercises create natural self-adjustments and alignment in the body’s joint structures which bring overall health and freedom of movement.

In a session, Bryan identifies your body’s pain pattern through kinesthetic observation and analysis. He guides you through a series of exercises, stretch tests, muscle engagements, and palpations. Based on his biomechanical analysis of your movement patterns, Bryan will recommend a sequence of exercises to safely bring you out of pain and help you meet your health and fitness goals.

Walking, standing, lifting, pushing and pulling are some of the most basic activities that we do as humans. Using proper biomechanics allows you to perform these movements with stability and without pain. Bryan teaches exercises that have a practical application in common every day activities and sports.

Stretching & Joint Mobility

Stretching and Joint MobilityStretching is one of the spokes on the wheel of health to maintaining good health. Our stretching joint mobilization program targets areas that are the most common areas of tension and pain from working in the office, physical labor or sports related.

A simple way of looking at the origin of pain is to identify whether the muscle structure is too tight or too weak. Most stretching programs just look at the aspect of the muscle that is too tight. Targeting the muscle that is tight is just as important as knowing what area of the of the body needs to stabilize to get a good stretch. This is essential for safe and proper stretching or else like in many standard stretching programs people end up actually hurting themselves. The stabilizing aspect creates muscular tone that also helps to create proper alignment and protects the joints.

The Chinese have an advanced understanding of how to maintain the health of the joints . Standard stretching programs and yoga focuses more on stretching the muscles and don’t do much to utilize the range of motion in relation to functional movement. Functional movement systems emphasize movements that mimic real life situations. In this context one is better able to understand how to utilize there bodies when needing to do everyday activities. Flexibility and joint range of motion is essential for optimal movement and staying out of pain. When these systems are integrated with your favorite exercise or everyday life’s activities you will see how much more effortless and pain free your movements become.

Wellness Presentations

1. Simple Solutions for Better Posture: Relieve Pain and Tension at the Desk (Upper Body Series)IMG_1373

This presentation is for those looking to reduce tension and pain accrued from hours sitting at the desk, and learn how to prevent injuries which result from poor postural patterns. This series focuses on the upper back, shoulders, neck, wrists, and hands. Employees will learn simple postural cues and stretching tools to practice maintaining a neutral alignment of the joint structures and sustain physical functionality.

First portion:  Explanation and discussion of common structural and mechanical problems created by sitting at a desk, and how to support the upper back, shoulders, neck, wrists, and hands while working. Employee

Second portion:  Teach 5 simple stretches which address most common pain patterns.

Third portion:  Question and Answer for individual tension and pain patterns.

2. Simple Solutions for Better Posture: Relieve Pain and Tension at the Desk (Lower Body Series)

IMG_1202This presentation is focused on how to relieve tension and pain from the low back and legs. The flexibility of the legs is key to healthy low back alignment and the ability to sit for long hours at a desk. Employees will learn postural cues that will help support alignment of the lower back, as well as stretches for the legs and low back that help to release tension.

First portion:  Explanation and discussion of healthy low back alignment and how postural cues can relieve tension and create support.

Second portion:  Teach stretches for the low back and legs

Third portion:  Question and Answer for individual tension and pain patterns