Exercise Rehabilitation

Exercise Rehabilitation

Exercise rehabilitation is the final step in the recovery of an injury. With the injured area healed enough to withstand an exercise program, it is this step that ensures full recovery and prevents re-injury. We will provide and implement specific exercises for your type of injury.

Exercise and physical activity are a great way to feel better, gain health benefits and have fun. As a general goal, aim for at least 30 minutes of physical activity every day. If you want to lose weight or meet specific fitness goals, you may need to exercise more. Remember to check with your doctor before starting a new exercise program, especially if you have any health concerns.

The Benefits of Regular Exercise

Yes, exercise can help you stay injury-free and feeling great!

It’s true! You can read hundreds of books, websites, and expert opinions, and they will all tell you about the benefits of exercise for improving your health – both physical and mental!

But if you need more motivation to exercise, read on!

Exercise can combat chronic soft-tissue injuries! At our clinic we give you injury specific exercises to help you heal faster, and stay injury-free longer.

Exercise can help you lose weight, and manage your weight! No surprise here! We have all been hearing this for years, now lets put it into place in your life.

Exercising gives you more energy! Really, by using the right combination of exercise and nutrition, you create a hormonal environment that can help you to lose weight, increase energy, and increase muscle strength.

Exercise strengthens your heart and lungs, letting you live longer, more fulfilling lives. Cardiovascular exercises such as walking, running, tennis, and swimming strengthen your heart and lungs, keeping you young… longer.

Exercise helps you feel better, and improves your moods, and how you feel about yourself. We all know the importance of good self-esteem, and exercise helps to improve that. Exercise is key to reducing anxiety and depression, and can help you to manage stress.

Exercise decreases your chance of getting chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, colon cancer, and stroke.

Exercise lets you sleep better, longer, and deeper, thereby helping you focus better, be more productive, and feel better.

Exercise builds and maintains your bones, muscles, and joints.

Exercise can be fun and entertaining! Really… just think about all the activities you love to do (dancing, tennis, baseball, walking, and so on) and just get out there and do them! Have fun doing it too!

Exercise improves your sex life.  Since it improves how you look, and how you feel about yourself.