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At Viverant, we believe we can stay healthy, together. In that spirit, we are joining the "World of Hearts" movement by decorating our windows and walls with the heart of Viverant.
Viverant holds the highest standards in providing an environment that promotes health and wellness for our patients and teams. In the case of a pandemic, we remain vigilant. Learn more about the actions we're taking today.
Care continues at Viverant, uninterrupted, as patients explore virtual visits with our team of experts. Already, it has become a meaningful and secure way to begin or continue care when patients are not able to visit our studio.
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The following PTs have continued to learn and evolve in their profession by completing courses that allow them to treat a wider variety. Congratulations all on your course completions!
Sports specialization has become common into today’s athletic landscape – particularly in soccer. The fact that athletes train and compete year-around can have significant consequences counterproductive to an athlete’s overall goal – athletic optimization.
Sometimes after an injury a patient experiences a gap between being discharged from formal physical therapy and feeling ready to fully return to all their activities. That’s why Viverant created the eVolution program. eVolution Foundation uses Pilates-based exercises to fully rehabilitate patients. Patients in eVolution Foundation are being treated by physical therapy staff who are certified in Pilates. They will benefit from Pilates concepts such as exercising without joint compression, strengthening from the inside out and using mind/body connections to integrate the injured part back into full body movements. Patients report feeling more free and connected to their bodies when participating in eVolution Foundation, as well as learning how to move safely and wisely.
eVolution Lifestyle is the wellness-based Pilates training program at Viverant. You can enter Pilates training as a Lifestyle client, or as a progression from Foundation. evolution Lifestyle is a private pay service that can be experienced as a private or duo lesson, or a group class. Our Pilates teachers are focused on progressing your level of fitness and teaching you healthy movement patterns that you can apply to all avenues of your life. Our clients benefit from the extensive knowledge of our highly trained staff. If you want to strengthen and lengthen your body, and improve your posture and coordination come experience eVolution Lifestyle.
Every day, we’re surrounded by photos of six-pack abs and flat stomachs, and magazines seem to have an endless parade of articles on “beat belly flab” and “bikini-ready abs.” But while it might be nice to have an aesthetically pleasing midsection, your core is about much more than looks.
Core strength helps you in significant ways, every day and in nearly every movement. It’s at the center of how you reach, stretch, lift, and bend. Without adequate core strength, timing and coordination, you may be putting your body at risk for pain and chronic problems.
Also important to note is that your “core” isn’t just your abs. Although they’re in the mix, your core also includes your pelvis, lower back, and even your diaphragm, which is a sheet of internal muscle that’s important for respiration.
When you build appropriate strength throughout your core, it creates significant benefits:
Injury prevention: When you can move efficiently, it doesn’t load up one part of your body or cause certain muscles to take all the weight. Your back, shoulders, and knees aren’t being overtaxed just because your core lacks stability and strength.
Stronger back: There is so much back pain these days that it’s been called an epidemic. Apart from headaches, back pain is the leading cause of missed work days. Plus, there’s a ripple effect as the pain lowers your energy levels, disrupts sleep, affects mood and causes other problems. With a stronger, smarter core, you have a much lower risk of chronic back pain.
Better balance: As we age, there are many factors that affect balance, including eye and ear issues, medication side effects, joint health, and perceptual challenges. When balance is decreased, it can cause fall risk and other serious problems. But training the core can help to address these challenges and keep you on track as you age.
One of the best ways to increase core strength is through Pilates, which focuses on core stabilization and control in order to prevent injury and optimize function. To achieve these outcomes, Viverant has developed eVolution℠, a distinctive system that combines Pilates and physical therapy to harness the best of each.
For more information on eVolution, contact us to set up an assessment and consultation.
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Pilates is one of the most powerful and effective ways to speed injury recovery, reduce the risk of chronic issues, and optimize performance—but only if you’re doing Pilates correctly.
The technique focuses on controlled movements that build strength and balance through better alignment and proper core integration, which is one of the reasons it’s become so popular. There are plenty of Pilates DVDs, YouTube videos, group classes, and hybrid approaches (like PiYo, which combines Pilates and yoga) and it’s likely to remain in demand for years to come.
But Pilates is not like Zumba, where you can just follow along and do fairly well by mimicking a series of movements. The practice has a significant amount of nuance that requires extensive training for teachers and other practitioners. Here are three ways that people tend to do Pilates incorrectly:
Improper stabilization: In Pilates, core stability is key, and bringing stabilization to your center allows for movements that are effective and connected. If you’re not sure how to stabilize properly, you risk putting strain on your back, neck, and other joints.
Lack of control: One of the biggest aspects of Pilates is slow, controlled movements that allow you to feel what’s happening in your body. Often times people rush through the movements using momentum instead of precise, consciously-controlled movement, causing them to miss the benefit of Pilates. When that happens, you don’t get the control you need for proper form.
Selective implementation: Pilates is a system that’s designed to bring your whole body into alignment, allowing your natural strength and flexibility to be fully accessed. When you choose just one or two “exercises” from the Pilates system, you’re reducing the impact that a whole series can bring. Even worse, you may be improperly focusing on just one part of your body at the expense of another area, missing an opportunity to correct what's wrong.
When these problems begin, it can have the opposite effect of what you’re seeking—instead of getting stronger and more efficient, you risk injury and could be setting yourself up for long-term negative outcomes.
Making sure that you’re following the detailed instructions of someone trained in both Pilates and the body’s movement patterns is hugely useful, and can have considerable benefits for your health, now and into the future.
To offer clients more meaningful outcomes in injury recovery, performance optimization, and injury prevention, Viverant has developed eVolution℠, a distinctive system that combines Pilates and physical therapy to harness the best of each.
Contact us today to get started.
877-609-0123 or 952-835-4512