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I have really enjoyed Shruti as my physiotherapist. She is extremely knowledgeable and offers extra support through articles and videos to make sure I am doing exercises properly at home.
…after 2 amazing surgeries and amazing physiotherapy, I can look back 1 year later and I have resumed jogging, cycling, running, jumping on trampolines with the kids, to name a few.
Shruti and her team have helped me with my pelvic floor, lower back, and hip issues. I cannot recommend them enough - especially if you have had babies and feel like things aren't quite how they should be.
Reducing pain, swelling, and inflammation are common goals in this phase of recovery. Injury protection, elevation, appropriate medications, compression, and patient education are important.
Pain-free passive, manual therapy, active range of motion, and cardiorespiratory exercises, are indicated here. Education about pain and a positive attitude may help.
Progressive loading of healing soft tissues, the reintroduction of low-stress neuromuscular reeducation, balance training, and basic functional activities are part of this rehabilitation phase.
Progressing strengthening exercises, improving flexibility, and advanced balance exercises are part of phase 4. Resuming functional movement (e.g. sports movements) occurs in this phase.
Functional movements are progressed, a controlled re-introduction to sports or challenging environments is initiated. Continued strengthening, flexibility, balance, endurance, and goal-specific training occurs during this phase. Education and future injury prevention are discussed.