Injury and recovery

Regain your mobility and strength.

How can physio help you recover from an injury?

Physiotherapy treatments can relieve the pain that restricts your mobility and strength due to injury and help you manage pain and move easier. Your physiotherapist will also provide guidance on signs to look for in the future so that you can prevent the injury from reoccurring, saving you from additional pain and further downtime.

This hands-on treatment involves manipulating the soft tissues in the body and is considered a highly effective form of physiotherapy. Suitable for patients of all ages, the benefits of this treatment are improved circulation, enhanced movement and mobility, pain relief and relaxation. This treatment is best for aches and pains due to neck, shoulder, and back injuries.

Including an exercise program in your physiotherapy treatment is essential for complete recovery. The exercises will depend on your diagnosis and are designed to help you recover faster in a safe manner. The exercises focus on strengthening your muscles and joints, improving control over your motor functions, and preventing future injuries.

RedoHealth has a dedicated exercise physiologist who specialises in injury rehabilitation and prevention. Treatments can include motivational techniques, exercise interventions, lifestyle planning and ongoing support. You will receive a tailored exercise program for your specific needs with clearly defined goals.

Your exercise physiologist can communicate with your other health professionals, such as your GP or specialist(s). Finding your driver allows us to deliver effective manual therapy and give you targeted exercises for the best outcome.

The advantages of physiotherapy for recovery

Our injury prevention and recovery programming uses a broad range of exercises to achieve your health goals. These may include: 
One of the most significant benefits of physio is the lasting relief from pain. The aches and pains you experience in your body may be the result of an injury or a change in movement habits. If the pain begins to get in the way of your daily routine, then take it as a sign to schedule an appointment with a physiotherapist.

People recovering from an injury can be on bed rest for an extended period resulting in ‘deconditioning’. This affects their balance and ability to walk. Performing daily tasks may seem almost impossible due to pain; this is where physiotherapy can help you rebuild strength, gain mobility/flexibility, and improve coordination. This can be amplified by conditions such as Parkinson’s or Osteoporosis. A change in mobility can also increase the risk of falls.

Sometimes surgery is unavoidable, especially if it is caused by a severe injury. Rehabilitation after surgery should include physiotherapy to help with movement and flexibility. Physio can help to heal injured tissue and restore smooth movement and balance. Your treatment plan may consist of therapies including; manipulation, exercise, massage therapy, stretching, acupuncture and education. 

If you are recovering from an injury and would like to book an assessment with one of our physiotherapist’s.

Physiotherapy is key to the recovery process as a result of injury.

Our physiotherapists specialise in injury prevention, rehabilitation, holistic fitness, and sustainable healing. 

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