North Scottsdale Pilates Chronic Neck Back & Shoulder Pain Therapy Announced

A range of physical therapy programs have been announced by North Scottsdale based Sommet Fitness, contactable at (480) 585-5454. The Pilates based programs help to strengthen and correct the body to relieve chronic pain.

Scottsdale, United States - July 12, 2018 /PressCable/ —

North Scottsdale, AZ based Sommet Fitness have announced that they offer physical therapy programs. These new programs are aimed at helping to relieve the pain of conditions including sciatica, back pain, knee and foot pain, shoulder, neck and lower back pain.

For more information please visit the website here: https://SommetFitness.com

Sommet Fitness is a fully equipped Pilates and personal training studio that has helped over 500 clients obtain their health and fitness goals since 2006. The team of experts at Sommet Fitness helps clients to regain functionality, prevent injury and improve performance by personally assessing each person’s unique body functionality. This helps them to create an individual program tailored to their clients needs.

The company explains that they offer a complimentary assessment in order to discover a client’s strengths and limitations and to create a program to help overcome their limitations and to build on their strengths. Their programs can help clients to relieve and treat chronic pain in the knee, foot, back, wrist, elbow, neck and spine. They can also help to relieve sciatic pain.

Regular practice of Pilates can improve posture, balance, strength and flexibility, while also relieving stress. Pilates can help to relieve chronic pain, for example lower back pain is commonly due to poor core strength and muscle imbalances. Pilates can help to correct these imbalances.

A current client has said of their program: “I was in constant pain after four surgeries on my right knee. I had resigned myself to knee replacement surgery at a too-young age. Now my knee pain is a fraction of what it had been, and I can avoid knee replacement surgery for the foreseeable future. I wholeheartedly recommend Sommet Fitness and Steve Vicera.”

Sommet Fitness is owned by Steve Vicera. After suffering from spondylolisthesis he discovered that Pilates could help build his core strength and spinal stabilization. He now specializes in spinal stabilization and corrective exercise as a STOTT PILATES certified instructor.

Those wishing to find out more about Sommet Fitness can visit the website on the link provided above. Alternatively, they are also available at (480) 585-5454.

Contact Info:
Name: Chandler Suggs
Email: chandler@sommetfitness.com
Organization: Sommet Fitness
Address: 8961 E. Bell Rd., #202, Scottsdale, AZ 85260, United States
Phone: +1-480-585-5454

For more information, please visit https://SommetFitness.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 376181

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