One of the most common mistakes that are committed during the functional rehabilitation of a damaged neuromotor system is to go looking always and only the recovery of joint mobility and muscle tone. Certainly these two physical characteristics must be re-educated, but in combination with other factors including that important proprioception.
Proprioception is the ability of perception and identification of body position in space and the state of contraction of their muscles, even deprived of the support of the view. Proprioception acquires substantial importance in the complex mechanism of movement control.
The proprioceptive rehabilitation goes well with the concept of "power is nothing without control"; this type of physiotherapy, using specific tools and targeted exercises, aims to return to the subject 's ability to perceive as their own motor system is placed in static and dynamic, meaning that the surgery or trauma or simply everyday life has made it unstable.