How Does Active Rehab Help With Chronic Injuries

December 26th, 2022
How Does Active Rehab Help With Chronic Injuries

If you are suffering from a chronic injury, finding relief can be a major challenge. Because of the nature of chronic injuries, traditional treatments such as rest and immobilization may not be effective.

One of the best ways to treat chronic injuries is through active rehabilitation. Active rehabilitation involves movements and activities that promote healing and improve the range of motion, strength, coordination, and balance of impacted areas.

Exercises include stretches, strengthening, or balance exercises tailored to the individual's needs and abilities. By gradually building up strength and flexibility, active rehabilitation can reduce the symptoms of chronic injuries, allowing patients to return to their normal activities with increased confidence.

Active rehabilitation can also involve lifestyle changes such as nutrition and sleep changes. These lifestyle adjustments can help to further improve healing and reduce the risk of re-injuring the affected area.

Treating Chronic Injuries Once and For All

The key to successful active rehabilitation is finding the right approach for you and your injury. Each injury is different, and the individual needs of each patient should be taken into consideration when formulating a treatment plan.

At Steveston Physiotherapy, our team of experienced, knowledgeable physiotherapists is dedicated to helping our patients find relief from chronic injuries. We use a combination of personalized treatments and one-on-one assessments with each patient to ensure that their treatment plan is tailored to their individual needs.

Try out our active rehabilitation program today. We can help reduce the symptoms associated with chronic injuries and get you back to feeling like your best self.

Steveston Physiotherapy is a family-owned clinic focused on providing custom exercises and activities to ensure optimal recovery. We work closely with a small list of patients to prevent injuries, manage acute conditions, and minimize chronic pain.