Active Rehabilitation

Active rehabilitation helps you recover from an injury, prevent potential recurrences, and get the most out of your body with a customized rehabilitation plan tailored to your needs.

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Treatment Goals

  • Pain Reduction
  • Improved Range of Motion
  • Functional Restoration
  • Muscle Strength and Endurance
  • Balance and Coordination
  • Posture Improvement
  • Patient Education and Self-Management

Advantages of Active Rehabilitation

Faster Recovery: Active rehabilitation can speed up the healing process by focusing on restoring fitness, flexibility, muscle strength and balance as well as endurance and power.
Improved Functionality: Active rehabilitation aims to restore and enhance a patient’s functional abilities. Through targeted exercises, patients can regain strength, flexibility, and mobility, allowing them to perform daily activities more effectively.
Pain Management: Regular physical activity can help alleviate chronic pain by strengthening muscles, increasing joint stability, and releasing endorphins, which are natural pain relievers.

"I would highly recommend Parneet Sandhu as a Physiotherapist! She not only teaches you how to improve your problem area, but she makes sure you know how to do your exercises correctly." ★★★★

— SJ Vrecko

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Exercise is a core component in the process of recovering from sport related injury and surgery. Range of motion, joint function, muscle coordination and muscle strength all must be regained. A customized exercise program is an integral part of returning to sport and restoring function.

One of the main goals of active rehabilitation is education so that you can work independently towards regaining your optimal physical health.

This treatment is unique because it provides you with not only the injury rehabilitation you desire, but also the knowledge about your body to prevent future occurrences.

How do I know if I need active rehabilitation?

The advantage of an active rehabilitation exercise in program is that individuals can complete most of the exercises in their home setting or local community center/gym.

We will teach you the correct movements during your clinical treatment sessions, and encourage you to perform the exercises at home even after your clinical treatment session is complete.

How can active rehabilitation help me?
Active rehabilitation uses progressive exercise and range of motion techniques to help you overcome injuries. It is a safe and effective treatment for both acute and chronic conditions.