Rehabilitation

By rehabilitation we understand the co-ordinated use of passive and active measures to restore your muscle and joint function. Initially, depending on the injury and operation, we may use passive measures, which help reduce swelling in the tissue, reduce pain and increase mobilisation. Naturally, active therapy, whereby the affected structures are increasingly put under pressure to perform, is superior to passive therapy, which is why we will require an increasing amount of work from you during the rehabilitation phase. We will help you understand the cause of your problems and have a wide range of treatments available to specifically target these problems thus enabling you to recover and maintain maximum mobility and functionality in the long-term.

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