Active Rehabilitation

Active Rehab program along with Physiotherapy is a guided exercise program designed for the patients. The program is supervised by Physiotherapists. The aim of the exercise program is to restore the optimal function, strength, and endurance of the patient to their pre-injury levels.

The way program works is by starting with a detailed physical functional assessment. The physical assessment includes but is not limited to

  • Pre-MVA baseline

  • Patient-specific physical limitations

  • Range of motion

  • Muscle strength,

  • Activity tolerance

  • Work-related job demands

 

The next step is to develop an exercise program specific to address the needs of the patient. The patients do the designed program under the supervision of Physiotherapists. Patients do Active Rehab Active 1-3/week depending upon their condition. Supervising Physiotherapists also provide home exercise programs to patients when not coming for the treatment. The goal of the program is to make the patient independent to carry out the exercise on their own with minimal supervision. The road to recovery is not always smooth. An active rehab program can significantly improve the outcome of the recovery for patients involved in MVA and other injuries.