Freedom from acute and chronic pain is possible thanks to exercise rehabilitation. At State Line Health Care LLC in Chadds Ford and Cochranville, Pennsylvania, Suzanne Kloud, DC and her team of pain management experts use physical therapy techniques and exercise rehabilitation to restore function to your injured muscles, ligaments, tendons, and more. To improve mobility and restore muscle strength after an injury, call State Line Health Care LLC or schedule an appointment online.
Exercise rehabilitation is an integral part of your injury recovery plan. While complete rest does help your muscles, tissues, ligaments, and tendons heal after an injury, exercise rehabilitation builds strength and flexibility to reduce the chances of reinjury.
Exercise rehabilitation speeds up your recovery process, so you can return to your day-to-day activities sooner. Some of the most common exercise rehabilitation benefits can help improve:
By incorporating dynamic stretches, muscle retraining, and strengthening exercises into your recovery plan, you can help prevent tissue and muscle atrophy while minimizing the potential of reinjury in the same area.
The types of exercises and stretches that the State Line Health Care LLC team recommends depends entirely on your injury. However, some of the most common rehabilitation exercises available include:
Using a foam roller helps promote myofascial release in your tissues. Much like a massage, a foam roller helps alleviate tension from knots, tight muscles, and trigger points. When you regularly use a foam roller on your legs, hips, arms, or back, you can effectively manage pain and promote a healthy recovery.
Targeted stretches can help improve flexibility and relax your tight muscles to alleviate pain, eliminate muscle tension, and prevent future injuries. The State Line Health Care LLC team demonstrates the right stretches for your recovery plan and show you how to maximize their benefits.
If you struggle with joint mobility, the team can add joint-specific stretches and exercises to your recovery plan. This helps increase your joint’s range of motion and alleviates joint pain over time.
While rest after an injury is necessary for your healing process, weak or imbalanced muscles can actually put stress on your joints, leading to reinjury. Muscle activation early on in your recovery plan helps prevent reinjury by strengthening your muscles and keeping your body in shape.
Exercise rehabilitation is a crucial component of your injury recovery process. To learn more about how to incorporate exercise rehabilitation into your recovery plan, call State Line Health Care LLC or schedule an appointment online.