Clinical Exercise Physiology
Clinical Exercise Physiology
Don’t Let Your Diagnosis Define You
Husain was awarded by the American College of Sports Medicine and earned a master’s degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Sciences with extensive training to address all non-clinical and clinical cases. RCEP provides one-on-one services for apparently healthy individuals, athletes, and those with acute and chronic health conditions.
At OPF we’re lucky enough to have our own Clinical Exercise Physiologist. A CEP is a healthcare professional who is trained to work with patients with chronic diseases and comorbidities where exercise training has been shown to be of therapeutic benefit. These conditions include, but are not limited to cardiovascular, pulmonary, metabolic, immunologic, hematologic, neuromuscular and chronic musculoskeletal diseases. Our CEP utilizes scientific rationale to perform clinical exercise testing, exercise prescription, physical activity counseling, exercise supervision, and health education/promotion to assist in the recovery from illness, and prevent or manage your chronic disease.
Tennis Open/Closed Stance
If you’re struggling with a certain stance, then take a step back and first diagnose the source of the problem and then practice the drills that will help you overcome it.
Thoracic spine mobility is an extremely important, and often times overlooked, component to a variety of dysfunctions. Poor thoracic mobility can affect the shoulder, neck, low back, and hip very easily. Unfortunately, our daily habits and posture make us all very prone to poor thoracic spine mobility. Luckily OPF is here to help!
Hip flexibility and mobility allow athletes to become more powerful and perform athletic movements efficiently. From powerful dives off the blocks in swimming to jumping over hurdles with greater ease at a track meet, hip mobility enhances athletic performance.
Stability Star Plank
The Star Plank is a full body exercise, it’s tuff for your abs and at the same time it’s a core stability exercise. Try it out and maybe add it to your abs workout.
Stability training is important for your overall fitness and injury prevention. It not only lowers your risk of overuse injuries but also helps prevent accidents that can lead to acute injuries. Being able to control your movements during exercising is incremental for preventing injuries.
Stability Around the World
Regardless of what your goal may be, there are all sorts of programs and training guides available to help you accomplish whatever you’ve set out to do. But we’d be willing to wager that very few of them, if any, focus on your body’s stabilizing muscles. That’s because most people take their body’s overall movement ability and stability for granted and assume that their body should work the way it’s supposed to.
- Assessment of physical fitness for apparently healthy individuals
- Assessment of specific physical and/or sport-related skill aspects among athletes.
- Assessment of the health condition or the injury.
- Designing appropriate fitness, therapeutic or high-performance exercise training programs based on the goal sought by the clients (Healthy, those with injury or health conditions, and athletes)
“If you’re fortunate, you’ll be introduced to a truly gifted healer, Hussain. This humble genius is well versed in pretty much every function of the human body. I have multiple injuries at different stages of healing and recovery. What he fixed first was my oldest and most inhibiting injury. His time and care changed my skeletal and muscular conflicts which allowed me freedom of movement without pain! Not only have I recuperated from that old injury, I am clear on the training needed to fully regain my strength and endurance.
At the age of 57, I highly recommend Hussain for any of your rehabilitation or training needs!”
“Hussain’s knowledge and experience helped me with exercises that pinpointed
Issues in my neck that most physical therapists did not know how to address.
Highly recommend him if you are struggling with chronic muscle pain that you cannot get past.”
Optimum Peak Fitness
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Saturday: 8am – 12pm
Sunday: Appointment Only