Stretch Your Way to Wellness: The Stretch-ID muscle imbalance identification system provides advanced stretching for correction and realignment of musculoskeletal imbalance, in Gilbert
Dec 04, 2012 08:52AM
David J. Castro offers a free Stretch-ID class at 4:45 p.m., every Tuesday, at Innovative Primary Care, in Gilbert. The Stretch-ID muscle imbalance identification system provides advanced stretching for correction and realignment of musculoskeletal imbalance.
The first step is posture calibration and structural analysis, which determine precisely which muscles need to be balanced and stretched. Next, a customized action plan is implemented, using state-of-the-art measuring tools, trigger-point release techniques and corrective stretching. This optimizes flexibility, corrects posture, prevents injury and reduces aches and pains. The first session includes a general health appraisal, surgical history evaluation, structural calibration and muscle testing.
Castro has been active in the performance conditioning field for more than 12 years, providing expertise and experience for his clients. His main focus is on planning and implementing cutting-edge conditioning programs for aspiring youth, elite professional athletes and everyone in-between, including individual consulting for sports performance, post-rehabilitation, corrective exercise and customized nutrition counseling.
Location: 2915 E. Baseline Rd., Ste. 101. RSVP for the free class or contact Castro for a Stretch-ID appointment at 480-776-0626.