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Tanya has a special interest in spinal stabilization retraining, specifically stabilization of the low back and pelvis. Identifying, correcting and retraining patient’s movement faults in the lumbopelvic complex is the key to managing chronic and recurrent low back pain. Correcting patient’s pain provocative movements and postures form an integral part of their retraining programs. Regaining muscular control of these spinal movements is often the key to resolving recurrent low back pain.
 
The development of faulty movement is often the result of habitual movements and sustained postures on a daily basis. As a result, the muscles around a joint become shortened or lengthened, affecting the muscle balance around the joint.

Prolonged muscle imbalance could result in joint malalignment and incorrect joint biomechanics.
 

Movement dysfunction is not only linked to habitual activities of daily living, but also to traumatic injuries caused by isolated events. Often prolonged underlying movement dysfunction is the cause of chronic pain and pathology and not necessarily always the result of it. Low back pain is no longer being viewed as a structural condition requiring rest, but as a functional change that requires functional management.