Customized therapeutic exercises

Physiotherapists are experts in improving mobility, motion, and pain-free movement which is crucial to your quality of daily life, your ability to earn a living, your ability to pursue your favourite leisure activities, and so much more. Self-management through completing your home exercise program is a vital part of your recovery and wellness. After an initial thorough assessment of your condition, we will provide you with an exercise program of specific exercises created just for you to help you meet your goals.

Therapeutic exercises are an important part of rehabilitation after injury. These exercises are designed to help restore strength, flexibility, range of motion, and function to the affected area of the body. Here are some ways in which therapeutic exercises can help with rehabilitation:

  1. Improve circulation and promote healing: Therapeutic exercises can help improve circulation to the injured area, which can speed up the healing process. Increased blood flow can deliver more oxygen and nutrients to the injured tissues, which can help them heal more quickly.
  2. Increase flexibility and range of motion: After an injury, the affected area of the body may become stiff and inflexible. Therapeutic exercises can help improve flexibility and range of motion by stretching and mobilizing the affected tissues.
  3. Build strength and endurance: Inactivity and immobilization after an injury can cause muscles to weaken and atrophy. Therapeutic exercises can help rebuild strength and endurance in the affected muscles by gradually increasing resistance and intensity.
  4. Prevent re-injury: Therapeutic exercises can also help prevent re-injury by improving overall strength, flexibility, and stability in the affected area.
  5. Provide pain relief: Therapeutic exercises can help alleviate pain by reducing inflammation, promoting circulation, and releasing endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers.

Overall, therapeutic exercises can play a crucial role in the rehabilitation process by improving physical function, reducing pain, and preventing re-injury. However, it’s important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any exercise program, especially if you’re recovering from a serious injury or have a pre-existing medical condition.