Exercise Rehabilitation is an approach to recovery for a variety of musculoskeletal conditions and injuries, using functional movement and targeted rehab plans. The aim of these sessions is to reduce pain, improve range of movement and recover from injury.
The types of exercises include stretching, strengthening, mobilisation, plyometrics and many others. The sessions include a bespoke plan for rehab in person as well as a plan to take home (including homecare advice, home based exercises etc).
Exercise rehab can help with the following:
- Chronic pain conditions
- Injuries (including early, mid and late stage recovery)
- Mobility issues
- Postural issues
- Recovery from surgery (e.g hip replacement)
The first session of exercise rehab will involve a detailed consultation and assessment, which will aim to capture as much information about your condition as possible. The rest of the first session will be made up of exercises, functional tests and basic movements. From this further sessions will be planned, and homecare advice will be provided after the second session (which will be the first full exercise session).