The Posturepro Method focuses primarily on the Central Nervous System (CNS) because the brain controls everything that we do.
The CNS is responsible for coordinating all movement and posture in the body, whether it's voluntary or involuntary.
By optimizing the information to the CNS, we can make changes in various aspects of movement such as range of motion, reaction time, stability, power, strength, mobility, and speed.
The quality of movement also depends on the involuntary system that feeds into the CNS, such as the proprioceptive, vestibular, and visual systems. These systems provide feedback to the CNS on body position, movement, and balance. By addressing these systems and optimizing their function, we can improve movement quality and reduce compensations.
Finally, the CNS can develop faulty motor patterns over time due to compensations and adaptations to injury, pain, or poor posture. These patterns can be difficult to change without re-programming the CNS. Therefore, the Posturepro Method aims to optimize CNS function and re-program faulty motor patterns to improve movement quality and overall function.