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CoreX Therapy from Perfect Practice


Enhance your current training program with corrective movement exercises

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To use CoreX Therapy, strap on the belt with its core stability monitor low and snug over your hip bones and perform core training exercises specific to your injury. If you don't maintain your core stability and your body goes out of alignment, the app provides audible or vibration feedback to alert you to correct your movements.


Once you get comfortable with the basic CoreX Therapy functionality, take advantage of these advanced features

Choose degree of tilt to fit your level of training

CoreX measures your angle of pelvic tilt during core training exercises. Give yourself a larger range of error when you get started. But as you learn to engage your core and control your pelvic angle, increase the precision of measure to keep your core aligned to maximize your training results!

Use Core X Therapy for multiple users.

Set the name of the athlete using CoreX Therapy and track their core training results across the various exercises. You can also enter additional athletes and track performance across multiple users.

Track athlete’s performance over time.

Take advantage of the CoreX Cloud Service to view graphs of past training results. Available by athlete by exercise, track how your core training performance is improving over time. Therapists and trainers can utilize this functionality to review athlete’s at-home training results!


You can download the free CoreX Therapy Pro app on the App Store, and buy your Bluetooth sensor + belt here for $199.99 USD plus shipping & handling and any applicable sales tax. Please allow two weeks for us to prepare your order before shipping.

Please note, shipping and applicable sales tax will be added to all orders in your shopping cart. All transactions are processed through Paypal.


The CoreX Therapy team is led by experts in the field of physical therapy and core stability.

Ajit Chaudhari, PhD, FACSM

Founder and
Chief Technical Officer

Dr. Chaudhari is a Biomechanical Engineer and Professor of Physical Therapy at Ohio State University.  His research focuses on one basic question: can we better understand how musculoskeletal injuries and diseases happen by studying the human body as a mechanical system?

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Chris McKenzie, PT,DPT,SCS,CSCS,AT

Founder and
Chief Medical Officer

Dr. McKenzie has over 30 years of experience working in the field of sports medicine. He has been Manager of OSU Sports Medicine Physical Therapy and Head Physical Therapist for the Milwaukee Bucks NBA team. He currently works with professional and amateur athletes through his private practice, McKenzie Athletic Concepts.