"The Wilson Center
specializes in the use of
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NeuroCatalytic Training™, Taking a Different Approach to Personal Training
The Wilson Center is pleased to offer NeuroCatalytic Training™, the missing link in your workout program. The body knows how to move because the nervous system gives it instructions. The quality of these instructions and the speed at which they are delivered to the muscles will greatly determine how efficiently you can develop skill, strength, speed, agility, balance, and endurance. Simply stated, if you are not training your nervous system you have not and never will achieve your full potential of movement.
Why NeuroCatalytic Training™:
The CORE is a prime example of the need to train the nervous system. Prevailing wisdom is that the CORE is trained by doing abdominal exercises to make it stronger. Although strength is an important facet of CORE stability, we now know that activation of the CORE comes from the nervous system and requires the coordination of multiple systems. Current research shows that activation of the CORE is compromised in most individuals; from people who live a sedentary lifestyle to Olympic and professional athletes. Once the CORE is trained to activate or engage correctly, it can then become functional and the body is then prepared to develop skill, strength, speed, agility, balance, and endurance.
Both Olympic and professional athletes have come to the Wilson Center to develop the efficiency of their nervous system and learn how to engage their CORE. We now offer these specialized training protocols to anyone wanting to return to activity, become more functionally fit or to excel in their specific sport.
An initial evaluation will determine what will need to be neurologically trained, specific to each individual.
Pamela E. Wilson, DC
Physical Medicine is provided by Dr. Wilson. She is a chiropractor with post-graduate training in functional neurology, rehabilitation, and the techniques of physical medicine and performance training. She works with Olympic gold medalists, professional athletes, and recreational athletes to help them achieve their competitive potential.
For more information or to schedule an appointment for NeuroCatalytic Training™, call the Wilson Center now at 732-842-7004.