FUNCTIONAL REHAB

The benefits of strength and functional training include stronger muscles, improved posture, the provision of better support for joints, and can reduce the risk of injury from everyday activities. Older people who take up weight training can prevent some of the loss of muscle tissue that accompanies the aging process - these individuals can even regain some functional strength, by doing so becoming less frail. Additionally some physical disabilities can be avoided especially any associated with falls. Weight-bearing exercise also helps to prevent osteoporosis. The benefits of weight training for older people has been confirmed in studies of people who began engaging in it even in their 80s and 90s.

For many people in rehabilitation or with an acquired disability, such as following stroke or orthopaedic surgery, strength training for weak muscles is a key factor to optimise recovery.For people with such a health condition, their strength training will need to be designed by an appropriate health professional, such as a physiotherapist or functional rehabilitation coach. At Total Therapy you have access to the most up to date knowledge and skilled team to bring you this service.

For many people in rehabilitation or with an acquired disability, such as following stroke or orthopaedic surgery, strength training for weak muscles is a key factor to optimise recovery.For people with such a health condition, their strength training will need to be designed by an appropriate health professional, such as a physiotherapist or functional rehabilitation coach. At Total Therapy you have access to the most up to date knowledge and skilled team to bring you this service.

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