Exercise Therapy

Exercise therapy centers on strengthening muscle groups related to a particular complaint.

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    Physical therapy sometimes not enough

    When it comes to motion and sports injuries, the first thing that often comes to mind is physical therapy. But if those symptoms keep recurring, there’s more to it. They may be related to the way one moves or one’s lifestyle.

    Treating these symptoms with physical therapy alone then usually does not produce lasting results. Exercise therapy treats complaints associated with improper use of muscles and posture. Often this is the result of improper exercise.

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    Exercises and tips

    The therapist will give you exercises, which you will work with on your own. These are designed, for example, to improve coordination of muscle groups, joint mobility and overall fitness.

    You can think about learning how to tighten the abdominal muscles during certain movements, thereby supporting and relieving the back muscles. The therapist supports you and gives tips and advice on how to prevent new symptoms.

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    Tools such as “resistant bands” can be used in practice. These are elastic bands that are available in different resistance levels and help strengthen muscles. But fitness equipment can also be used.

    Patient involvement

    Exercise therapy requires patient involvement and commitment and can only succeed if the patient is willing to provide it.