The Benefits Of Core Stability Physiotherapy Training
Research has shown individuals with chronic low back pain have weaker core muscles and that back pain can cause your deep core stability muscles to ‘switch off’. Weak and unbalanced core muscles are linked to low back pain, where as having strong core muscles reduces stress and creates a stable base to operate from. Athletic performance is improved by increased ability to generate power, the more stable your core the more power you can generate and subsequently transfer to your limbs.
Weak core muscles can result in the loss of the desired lumbar curve during static and dynamic positioning, where as a stronger more balance core helps maintain the appropriate posture and corrects postural imbalances that can lead to pain and injury.