Exercise Based Pain Management
Exercise based pain management is based on the concept that musculoskeletal pain accounts for the largest percentage of chronic pain world wide. By combining both active and passive treatment therapies, we have seen reduced treatment visits and improved patient outcomes.
Exercise based pain management develops a 50/50 responsibility between the doctor and patient allowing the patient to be in control of their future pain relief and outcome.
- Therapeutic activities are exercise based rehabilitation programs that are based on a person's normal and daily activities of living. This allows for improved strength and conditioning of the muscles you use most during a day, helping to reduce pain and improve outcome in a safe and efficient manner.
- Therapeutic Exercises
Therapeutic exercises are exercise based rehabilitation programs that are based on a person's primary and secondary muscular injuries. This allows for improved strength, endurance and conditioning of the muscles which are injured and in dysfunction. By concentrating on the injuries sustained and not chasing the pain, this treatment helps to improve outcome in a safe and efficient manner.