No physiotherapy treatment will have lasting effects without the adjunct of a corrective exercise designed to facilitate the desired change. Like going to a dentist without brushing your teeth, a routine to maintain your improvement is imperative for success. The foundation of good physiotherapy practice lies here in the realm of corrective exercise.
Whether it be rolling on a lacrosse ball or foam roller to maintain mobility gains; activating muscular stabilizers with low-weight high-rep movements to minimize muscular imbalances; or pushing your performance with specific individualized drills - make sure you have the tools to keep your body in check. As the saying goes, "teach a man to fish..."
We're all different - different geometries, different architectures, different movement patterns. My role will be to find what works best for you.