Exercise therapy

Exercise therapy is a regimen or plan of physical activities designed and prescribed for specific therapeutic goals. Its purpose is to work towards the restoration of normal musculoskeletal function or to reduce pain above and below the site of injury caused by diseases or injuries through neuro reeducation, gait training and therapeutic activities.

It is highly repetitive and intensive in nature, requiring time and dedication on the part of the client to encourage neuroplasticity. The therapy is provided by professionals with an educational background in exercise science, exercise physiology, or other similar degree.

We provide patients with access to specially tailored exercise programmes. This can either be online or via a printed schedule with photos and instructions for how to perform each exercise correctly.

We provide both prehab exercises for the prevention of injuries and also rehab exercises to help with recovery following injury. We also provide strengthening, stretching, conditioning, balance, co-ordination and fine control programmes.

A person leaning over an exercise ball with support from a physio

Someone walking a ladder while watched by the physio