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LAND-BASED THERAPY

All exercise and movement is adapted to meet each individual’s needs, whether it be for professional sports or everyday activity. Components of strength, flexibility and mobility play important roles in achieving the end goals of the rehabilitation. Strengthening muscles around an injured joint is vital in stabilising it and providing additional support to prevent further injury and damage; core muscle strength is the most important component of almost every rehabilitation program, no matter the injury, as the deep muscles that surround the spine become weak and inactive due to poor posture and muscle tone which can contribute to back pain and muscle spasm. This in turn can create a biomechanical dysfunction within the spine and pelvis that changes the distribution of forces while walking and exercising which may cause injuries in other joints like the hips and knees.

 

Treatment room                   Goniometry measurement