Pre-habilitation & Rehabilitation

Are you like the average active person? That even a when a minor injury occurs, it will sideline you from a regular workout routine?   One you niggle your back, twist your knee,  experience shin splits or any other type of injury - all of a sudden you’re out of routine and wondering when you can get back into the game! Here we get into the dangerous gray area of post injury For those out there that are rehabbing these common injuries, the timeframe is generally 2 -4 weeks. But generally recreational athletes will feel better after a week or 2 out of the...

We’ve all heard of the term rehabilitation. But what does pre-habilitation mean?   Prehab is a proactive approach to avoiding pain and injury. Its as simple as an additional exercise, or range of motion exercise that is done to ensure that an injury does not occur. When added to your program it significantly reduces the risk of injuries developed. If you’ve suffered an injury or have been dealing with chronic pain and surgery is on your horizon there’s a chance that your GP, Physiotherapist or Accredited Exercise Physiologist has recommended you for prehabilitation. This refers to improving your functional capacity through increased physical...