What happens when you’ve come to the end of your physical therapy sessions and your allowed insurance visits have runout, but you have more room to physically progress?
Are you seeking more of a comprehensive approach the addresses limitations and overall fitness?
Maybe you’ve been working out and you just feel limited in your abilities with the program you are doing. It maybe time to take a step back and address some foundational areas of fitness and build up to what you are currently attempting.
Post Rehab conditioning: Is a safe and effective approach of bridging the gap between physical rehabilitation services ( Physical Therapy, Chiropractic, Pain Management, Massage Therapy) and fitness training.
It addresses your functional needs and overall fitness goals. Using a progressive approach elevating you to a previous or higher level of fitness, better allowing you to physically do the things you desire within decreased or no limitations. Length and aggressiveness of post rehab conditioning depends on the limitation, age of client, previous fitness level, or if the client is an athlete working to a performance level of conditioning.
Our goal is to decrease your limitations while increasing your over fitness level.
Don’t fool yourself in to believe you can’t improve your overall physical condition because
of one or two limiting factors. Understand your capabilities are immense, it just takes the right approach to elevate them. With the right approach often chronic conditions will greatly diminish or even completely go away.
Common Conditions we see for Post Rehab Conditioning
- Cervical Disc Herniation or Bulge
- Lumbar Disc Herniation or Bulge
- Spinal Surgery
- Total Knee Replacement
- Total Hip Replacement
- Meniscus Surgery or Limitation
- Ankle Surgeries or Limitations
- Balance Training
- Postural Strength and Endurance
- Shoulder Surgeries or Limitations
- Chronic Back Pain
- Thoracic Outlet
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Pre-Surgery Conditioning
- Post Cardiac/Pulmonary
- Functionally Declined (decreased Mobility and strength to perform normal daily activities)
- Post Injury Sports Performance