ROTEXMotion as an Adjunct Tool for In-Clinic Medical and Therapeutic
Incontinence and Pelvic Floor Issues
An ever increasing population of people who have pelvic floor issues including incontinence, urinary frequency issues, and pelvic floor myalgia are finding three simple ROTEXMotion exercises extremely beneficial.
Lower and Upper Crossed Syndromes
We have specific exercise programs designed to help people with LCS and UCS. The entire ROTEXMotion System was conceived, invented and developed to strongly activate phasic (anti-gravity) muscle groups and simultaneously reciprocally inhibit tonic (gravity) muscle groups. Since inception in 2008, we continue to develop exercises that quickly reduce LCS and UCS in the most effective and time efficient manner.
Foot, Ankle and Calf - This folder has exercises that focus strictly for all joints, muscles and fasciae below the knee. You will see there are exercises for the foot and ankle in a variety of positions - for uphill, downhill and sidehill challenges. Do the exercises in the same sequence as they appear in the folder.
Incontinence and Pelvic Floor Issues - An ever increasing population of people who have pelvic floor issues, which include incontinence, urinary frequency issues, and pelvic floor myalgia are finding these three simple exercises extremely helpful in either helping or completely solving these issues. We have just completed a formal controlled study at the Mayo Clinic using two of these ROTEXMotion exercises with very positive results. Do the exercises in the same sequence as they appear in the folder.
Shoulder and Upper Spine - This folder has exercises that focus strictly on releasing stiffness, tightness and tension in the shoulders and upper spine region. Do the exercises in the same sequence as they appear in the folder.
Superior Joint Mobility - We have included some innovative new exercises using both ROTEXMotion models, and also two exercises where we are using two ROTEXMotion handheld devices, to get the best release we have seen for the entire upper body and even into the hips. Do the exercises in the same sequence as they appear in the folder.
Sports Related Injury Prevention and Recovery
Injury during dynamic rotational movement occurs mainly due to failure to train the rotators to be the prime movers for rotation. Compensation, facilitation, and fatigue cause them to become inactive and unable to respond. This causes strain, eventual stiffness, pain, and injury. The exercises shown below are the core of the ROTEXMotion training program. They were specifically designed to target muscles in a way that no other fitness programs or devices do. Through experience and scientific testing we have found them to be the most effective way to strengthen the body's rotators and stabilizers.
The entire ROTEXMotion program was developed and has evolved over the past 11 years to be a TIME efficient method of breaking compensation and facilitation patterns – about 2-3 minutes per full session. This time efficiency is accomplished by being able to activate all anti-gravity (phasic) muscles, in all planes of movement – Sagittal, Coronal, and Transverse planes – which SIMULTANEOUSLY releases all gravity (tonic) muscles.
Medical and athletic professionals know that COMPLIANCE is the most important component of any correction or exercise program. Due to their muscle type and function, rotators and small stabilizers require DAILY activation and recovery to counteract forces of gravity, work, dynamic exercise, and poor postural patterns.
The basic ROTEXMotion program is designed to be accomplished in about five minutes a day with extraordinary results in reducing compensation patterns, regaining range of motion, and reactivating the entire stabilization and global rotation system.