In recent years, exercise rehabilitation has gained increasing attention as a way to restore physical function and improve quality of life for patients suffering from a broad variety of injuries.
The goals of this form of therapy can range from alleviating muscle weakness and dysfunction to reducing the risk of unfavorable cardiovascular outcomes. In addition to these physical benefits, exercise rehabilitation can be of significant benefit where mental function, quality of sleep, stress levels and even the overall psychological outlook are concerned.
Exercise rehabilitation can be particularly beneficial in treating:
Chronic injuries such as long term back or knee pain.
Injuries that are not responding to manual treatment, possibly due to muscle weakness or poor posture.
It can also be of benefit to those seeking to improve strength and fitness as a way to reduce the risk of injury.
If a significant number of your patients have the therapeutic needs described above, you should consider an investment in exercise rehabilitation equipment.