Physical or Functional Rehabilitation involves bringing patients back to their maximum functional abilities. Functional abilities can include all activities in daily life, work, or sports and recreational activities. Intermediate goals are often improved range of motion, flexibility, improved motor control, strength and endurance.
The ultimate goal is always that of returning patients to full participation in activities as they were prior to the initial onset of their condition.
Physical Rehabilitation involves a combination Core strengthening, resistance band strengthening, vibration therapy, and weight training mixed with low and high impact floor exercises. The purpose of the treatment is to reduce pain by re-establishing biomechanical and neuro-physiological function. With that idea in mind, the specific exercises chosen by our Physicians are designed to adapt to each individual's specific nerve, muscle and joint dysfunctions and to correct them.