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Rehabilitation is about limiting the extent of the injury, reducing or reversing the impairment and correcting the disability.

Exercise forms a significant part of the rehab process and there is very strong scientific evidence to support this. We know that in order to secure a sustainable recovery, the body needs to recover its strength and conditioning which are always adversely affected during injury. That’s why you’ll be given exercises for you to do in between treatment to facilitate your recovery. We’ve also developed a library of videos to complement our treatment plans and keep you on track.

Rehabilitation resources

Best Exercises for Subacromial Pain Syndrome

As mentioned in our previous blog treatment for Subacromial Pain Syndrome (SAPS) can be multi-faceted. However, the most important intervention for a ...

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Best Treatment for Subacromial Pain Syndrome

Subacromial pain syndrome (SAPS) (also known as rotator cuff related pain, shoulder impingement, sub-acromial bursitis and rotator cuff tendinopathy) ...

What Are The Best ITB Friction Syndrome Exercises?

ITB Friction Syndrome exercises should always include stability and strength exercises. As we discussed in our previous blog What Is the Best Treatmen...