Therapeutic Exercise for Rehab

Therapeutic Exercise
Therapeutic exercise is considered as a part and core of the decompression treatment as it works on strengthening the weak muscles, increasing the tone and increasing the blood flow and nutrition to all the affected muscles, decreasing the inflammation and maintaining cure and regeneration.

Research has shown that therapeutic exercise programs have proven to be very effective in ensuring a rapid recovery for various types of injuries. Therapeutic exercises include a broad spectrum of activities, from passive range of motion stretches to stabilization exercises to high-speed agility drills.

The ultimate goal of a therapeutic exercise program is improved function. Our physical therapist will therefore gradually and carefully progress your program by increasing the demands the exercises place on your body until you have the strength, endurance, flexibility, mobility, stability, coordination and balance you need to achieve your goals for function and regeneration.
Plantar Fasciitis Exercises
Frozen Shoulder Exercises
The program may include:

  • Stretching exercises
  • Strengthening exercises
  • Balance and proprioceptive training
  • Stabilization exercises
  • Functional exercises
  • Skill drills

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