Most of us spend 8-10 hours a day strapped down to the desk and chair. The vicious circle of phone calls, mouse clicking, typing, etc. create slight to severe muscle imbalances. After work, you run to the gym, pound out a hardcore workout, and run off to do it all again the next day. Then one day you wake up to a shoulder twinge, or some low back pain. What happened? All you wanted to do in the first place is lose some weight and get a little stronger, and now you can't even look at the toothbrush without your shoulder yelling PLEASE NOOOOO! Let's face it- All exercise (if done correctly) is "corrective" by nature. It is the proper individualized progression of these exercises, as well as, basic strength and conditioning applications that bring the overall body back into proper alignment. Starting with a thorough assessment, muscular deviations can be properly identified and corrected before it becomes a pain in the neck.