Rehabilitation / Training

Whether its chronic pain or a specific acute injury, proper rehabilitation can mean the difference between a full recovery and a lifelong limitation!

Take these 3 steps to optimize your recovery:

 

1.  Assessment – If the injury is obviously serious, you can not move the injured part or you are unsure of the nature of your injury, have it assessed by a physician or physiotherapist.

 

2. Mobility – The first stage of rehabilitation is to reduce swelling, inflammation and pain and to begin working on range of motion and stabilization.

 

3. Conditioning – Once you have plateaued with physiotherapy you may now see a Kinesiologist personal trainer to begin a strengthening and conditioning program that will help ensure a full recovery.

To learn more about Sarah’s Active Rehabilitation’s services and staff, visit Sarah’s website at: www.sarahsactiverehab.com

To learn more about Custom Bracing services and staff, visit Tara’s website at: www.FluidMotionTherapy.com

Contact our Kinesiologist for Custom Exercise Programs, Sports Conditioning, or Rehabilitation Services.  Call (250) 423-9167 or use our contact form below.

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