PneuNeck and Shoulder
PneuGait and Balance
PneuFitness and Sports Training
Sandpoint, ID Clinic
|The number one complaint for most people is back pain. Back pain affects 80% of Americans at some time in their lives. It comes in many forms, from lower back pain, middle back pain, or upper back pain to low back pain with sciatica. Common back pain causes include nerve and muscular problems, degenerative disc disease, and arthritis. Many people find relief from symptoms of back pain with pain medication. The PneuBack Program works on relieving back pain at it source, without depending on pain killers. If you are experiencing back pain all the time it may be more than just a simple problem. We will do a full examination to determine the cause of the problem, and then help you to a pain free way of life!
Pain Does Not have to be a fact of life!
Finally, a back program that is a viable, safe, noninvasive alternative to pain medication and back surgery. The program is designed to break the pain cycle, strengthen backs, and correct the original cause of the problem. In most cases surgery has been prevented.
Our Proprietary Back Programs Include
- Chronic lower Back pain
- Disc Herniation
Neck and Shoulder Program:
- Chronic headache
- Neck Pain
- Shoulder rehabilitation
Gait and Balance Program:
Fitness and Sports Training
No one can match our results!
The Fitness and Sports Training program starts with an individualized evaluation that attacks each athlete’s power leak areas, and finishes with the most cutting edge equipment and teaching protocols in the country today.
Our Proprietary Fitness Program Include
Individualized functional assessment:
- Posture Correction program
360 degree running, lateral, and retro running and jump on’s
Training on a vibration platform for conditioning and recovery
Dynamic warm up:
- A dynamic warm-up program
- Dynamic neuromuscular equipment that can’t be duplicated by any other system
- Neuro-muscular bands for core strengthening and muscles sequencing firing patterns
- Unique dynamic core exercises