What population is considered special needs? For our purposes, special needs is anyone who has specific problems that are not common to the average population that they need help with, such as Parkinson’s, nerve issues, Achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, neuropathy, post stroke, or immobility due to weakness. We have had many people that have tried every possible line of treatment before being referred to us and have found relief.
We’ve helped prepare many for knee or hip replacements by strengthening their bodies, specifically around the affected joint and also increase flexibility and blood supply. You can’t expect muscles to perform well after a surgery if they were terribly weak and tight prior to it.