Pro physiotherapy promotes that “exercise is medicine”
To enhance your recovery exercises are done in the clinic and a home exercise program is individually prepared for you.
Hand-out sheets with pictures of the exercises, a description of the exercises and the exercise prescription (weights, tubing, repetitions and sets) will be provided. The exercises can be emailed to you for your permanent records.Stroke and Post Surgical Physiotherapist services are also available at Pro Physiotherapy.
Stroke and Post Surgical Physiotherapist.
The Pro physiotherapy physiotherapist will walk you through the your exercise program so that you will do them properly between appointments. You can click on the emailed exercises provided and a video will start to demonstrate how to do the exercises at home.
The home exercises are a very important part of your recovery process so the more committed you are to the exercises the shorter your recovery process.
Like most people, you’ve probably heard that physical activity, including exercise, is good for you. If you’re already active, keep it up. It may even be time to push yourself a little harder, try a new activity, or find new ways to add exercise to your daily life. Don’t worry if you’ve never exercised, or if you stopped exercising for some reason. Let us help you get moving.For any assistance regarding to the Exercise related queries contact Pro Physiotherapy who also provide services which include Stroke and Post Surgical Physiotherapist.
Regular exercise and physical activity are important to the physical and mental health of almost everyone, including older adults. Being physically active can help you continue to do the things you enjoy and stay independent as you age. Regular physical activity over long periods of time can produce long-term health benefits. That’s why health experts say that older adults should be active every day to maintain their health and also get services such as Stroke and Post Surgical Physiotherapist by Pro Physiotherapy.
In addition, regular exercise and physical activity can reduce the risk of developing some diseases and disabilities that develop as people grow older. In some cases, exercise is an effective treatment for many chronic conditions. For example, studies show that people with arthritis, heart disease, or diabetes benefit from regular exercise. Exercise also helps people with high blood pressure, balance problems, or difficult walking.