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SMARC 103 Core movement therapy is a type of physical therapy that focuses on the muscles of the core, the core muscles (the muscles in the abdomen, lower back, and pelvis) are responsible for stabilizing the spine and pelvis during movement, which is essential for maintaining proper posture and balance. Dysfunction in these muscles can lead to problems with low back pain and balance issues, which can increase the risk of falls. 

CS103 therapeutic exercise involves several musculoskeletal and neuromuscular factors that work together can help to improve low back pain, balance, mobility and reduce the risk of fall by enhancing neuromuscular control and efficiency.

One of the main mechanisms by which core movement therapy works is by improving the strength and endurance of the core muscles. SMARC 103 can help to improve the muscle mass and coordination of these muscles, which can further enhance their function. By improving the strength and function of the core muscles, people may experience reduced pain, improved mobility, and better balance.

SMARC CS103 Core movement therapy can also work by improving the neuromuscular control and efficiency of these muscles. This involves guiding users how to activate and relax these muscles in a coordinated way, which can improve their ability to move and maintain balance. Through the use of biofeedback interactive feature of CS103, people can learn how to identify and activate the correct muscles in the core, which can improve their overall control.

In addition to improving the strength and neuromuscular control of the core muscles, SMARC CS103 can also help to reduce the risk of falls by improving overall balance. CS103 can improve the strength and coordination of the muscles that help to stabilize the body during movement, which can reduce the risk of falls. Here are some key factors that contribute to the effectiveness of CS103 core movement therapy:

  1. Core stability: The core muscles provide a stable base for movement of the rest of the body. CS103 Core stability movement therapy aim to strengthen these muscles, which can enhance neuromuscular control and efficiency of the entire body, including the low back. By improving core stability, the body becomes more stable, reducing the risk of falls.

  2. Spinal alignment: Proper alignment of the spine is essential for healthy movement patterns and can help prevent low back pain. CS103 Movement therapy targets spinal alignment can improve the bio-mechanical efficiency of the spine and reduce the risk of low back pain.

  3.  Hip mobility: The hips play a critical role in proper movement patterns and can contribute to low back pain if they are tight or restricted. CS103 Movement therapy that target hip mobility, such as hip openers and stretches, can improve the bio-mechanical efficiency of the hips and reduce the risk of low back pain and risk of falls.

  4. Balance and proprioception: Balance and proprioception exercises aim to improve the body's ability to sense its position in space and maintain stability during movement. By improving balance and proprioception, CS103 movement therapy can enhance neuromuscular control and efficiency of the core muscles and reduce the risk of falls.

  5. Neural control: As with CS103 movement therapy, the nervous system plays a critical role in core movement therapy. By improving neuromuscular control and coordination, movement therapy can enhance the efficiency of movement and reduce the risk of injury.

Overall, SMARC CS103 core movement therapy can be an effective way to improve the strength, range of motion, neuromuscular control of the core muscles and spine, as well as improving hip mobility, balance, proprioception. By optimizing these factors, movement therapy can enhance the neuromuscular control and efficiency of the body and improve overall function, while reducing the risk of low back pain and falls.

Starting Position

Functional Movement



Training Objectives
  • Repair Core Function
  • Maintain Mobility & Symmetric Performance

          Trunk Flexion/Extension/Rotation & Lower Extremity Extension


  • Enhance Dynamic Balance

          Forward/Lateral/Backward Reaching in Sitting/Standing


  • Enhance Functional Performance

          Sit to Stand & Weight Shifting & Reaching


  • Aerobic & Endurance Performance

          Upper Extremity Rowing Training & Sit-Up

Target Groups / Applications
Middle Age Sub-Healthy Adult

﹣ Syndrome Relief

  • Metabolic Syndrome
  • Shoulder & Neck Syndrome
  • Low Back Pain

﹣ Repair Core Function

﹣ Fall Prevention by Weight Shifting Training

﹣ Improve Balance Control 

﹣ Enhance Aerobic Training

Neurological Disorder

﹣ Functional Movement Training in Sitting/Standing Position

﹣ Pre-Gait Training in Sitting/Standing Position

Lab Research
Bio-Mechanic Study
Weight Shifting Study
Movement Demonstration
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