Core stability refers to the area of the body bound by the deep abdominal muscles, the pelvic floor muscles, the deep back muscles, and the diaphragm. When working together correctly, these muscles help to stabilise the spine.
Core stability retraining corrects the timing and activation of these muscles.
Realtime ultrasound allows you to see how your muscles are working. For some people being able to see their muscles working helps them retrain a lot more effectively and quickly. They know that when they leave the clinic they are doing their exercises accurately.