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Nowadays, when we speak about an injury rehabilitation, it is essential to consider therapeutic exercise as one the most powerful tools for the patient’s recovery.
Adding a routine of therapeutic exercise means that the patient has an integral method to enhance both deficits generated by an injury or deficits which have caused an injury, in order to prevent a possible fall back in the future.
We conduct a parallel work between physiotherapy treatment and readaptation because we believe that that is the best formula for the patient’s functional and total recovery. The physiotherapist refers the patient to the readaptation service, in which the specialist trainer on therapeutic and functional exercise carries out an exhaustive assessment to objectivize which are the patient’s deficits.
- Stability and balance
- To enhance the deficits shown in the assessment.
- To incorporate specific exercises for each injury and tissue of the body.
The objective is that the patient will learn and internalize in the best way the exercises y an ambient where the adherence to the exercise is promoted. It’s known that doing exercise in group and sharing experiences with other patients, along with adding them to a weekly routine plan enhances de aforementioned adherence to the exercise so that the possibilities of therapeutic success increase.
The groups will be created considering the type of pathology to be the as specific as possible.