Exercise therapy

March, 2020 Non-invasive treatments

Exercise therapy is based on a wide range of physical activities that aim to rebuild, maintain and strengthen endurance, flexibility, stability and balance of the body, resulting in improved healing and recovery of limb function and pain relief.

Exercise Therapy Advantage :

  • Increase mucular volume and strengthen muscle tissue
  • Improve coordination of muscle group function
  • Reduce swelling and edema
  • Strengthen and enhance the integrity of connective tissues
  • Increase blood circulation to speed up the process of soft tissue healing and increase metabolism
  • Increased bone density
  • Increasing endurance and decreasing fatigue
  • Increase the range of motion of the spine and organs
  • Improve joint function

Scope of exercise therapy :

Exercises for Osteoarthritis

Exercises for hip, knee and shoulder osteoarthritis:

Aqua exercises for the treatment of hip and knee arthritis: Clinical experience has shown that water sports have many benefits for people with arthritis.

Exercise Therapy for the Treatment of Fibromyalgia Syndrome:

Fibromyalgia is a syndrome where chronic pain spreads throughout the body, reducing physical function and increasing the need for frequent use of health care. Exercise is usually recommended as a treatment.

Exercise therapy for the treatment of rheumatic diseases:

It includes specific exercises to improve and maintain balance as well as dynamic exercises to strengthen muscles.

Exercises for ankylosing spondylitis:

Ankylosan spondylitis is a type of chronic inflammatory and rheumatic disease. Exercise therapy as a method for the general management of ankylosing spondylitis is very important.

Exercises for Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in Adults :

Exercise and physical activity is very useful for most chronic musculoskeletal pain such as back pain and knee pain if it is prolonged.

Exercises for the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis

Osteoporosis increases the chance of fractures due to reduced bone density, so training and performing  exercises to prevent osteoporosis progress is very important.

Exercise therapy for the treatment of low back pain

Exercise therapy has a wide range of uses and effects for back pain and prevention of low back pain.

Exercises for the treatment of shoulder pain

Exercise therapy is performed to relieve pain and increase range of motion.

Exercises for mechanicaliy neck problems

Improves performance, increases range of motion, and reduces pain.

Types of exercises:

The first goal of exercise therapy is to reduce pain and swelling. When this goal is achieved, the workout focuses on restoring range of motion and restoring muscle strength and endurance. Exercise can include the following exercise-therapy programs:

Range of motion exercises:

 The range of motion is called the angle between the bending and elongation modes. Exercise therapy helps increase the range of motion of the joint and increase its flexibility.

Stretching Exercises:

Stretching improves the elasticity and relaxation of muscles, which ultimately reduces muscle spasms and increases range of motion.

Balance exercises:

Balance exercises can help strengthen muscles and coordinate walking.Endurance exercises are exercises that involve a large number of muscles over a long period of time. Endurance training can increase heart rate and breathing and help improve lung and heart health. In addition, endurance training can help increase a person’s fitness.

Relaxing exercises:

Relaxation exercises help reduce anxiety and help the body and mind reduce stress and daily stress.