Our Physical therapist here at Texas Orthopedic and Physical Therapy Institute approach aims to improve coordination skills, static and dynamic balance control. Balance is your ability to maintain your body's position against the pressure of movement. It requires a number of skills operating together your sense of equilibrium has to tailor with your proprioception, or awareness of the relative positions of the parts of your body. And both need to be managed by your muscular and nervous systems, which have to quickly, fire to maintain your position. Balance is, in fact, an enormously complex interrelation of brain and body. Coordination is a loose term to describe your ability to put together a variety of physical movements and skills into a single action. It is a mixture of timing, balance, and skill. Coordination is not only your ability to, for example, balance a soccer ball on your toe. It is your ability to do so quickly, with little preparation from your Texas Orthopedic and Physical Therapy Institute therapist. We use a variety of sensory motor techniques that enhance balance, equilibrium, and coordination to improve functional activities the physical therapists will assist the patient with the exercises that they cannot perform yourself without risking in- juries or falls.