Spine Center Development

Exercise Libraries

Prizm's exercise library informs and educates

Prizm links physician groups to consumers with a home remedy book that enables a person to prevent injury. Prizm has taken painstaking effort to photograph an attractive exercise model demonstrating a variety of exercises that:

This home remedy book helps consumers prevent strain, increase flexibility and strength as well as relieve pain symptoms at home. Instead of recreating all the effort to secure the right model, photographer and to organize the exercises with instructional exercise descriptions, a healthcare organization can simply license the use of Prizm's exercise and home remedy library. This often includes educational medical illustrations that would be difficult and expensive to replicate. The licensing agreement would ensure that your organization has exclusive use of these materials for ads and brochures for your service area.

Below are some spine exercises that relieve simple cases of back and neck pain, as well as make the back stronger, more flexible and resistant to future strain.

Neck Exercises

Neck Exercises

Back Exercises

Back Exercises

Strengthening Exercises

Strengthening Exercises

Knee Exercises

knee exercises

Foot & Ankle Exercises

foot and ankle exercises

 


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