Functional Rehabilitation

Live pain-free every day. Daily demands on the body can vary widely; that’s why training must also be highly individualized.

Functional Rehabilitation

Functional rehabilitation means the holistic repair of an injured structure of the musculoskeletal system which you need for movement.

A dentist must be able to sit leaning forward for lengthy periods following a back injury. An assembly-line worker must be able to stand for prolonged periods and move loads from right to left following spinal disc problems. A nurse must be able to tolerate different positions while mobilizing her patients following a hip injury. A professional cleaner must be able to clean windows following a shoulder injury. Physiotherapists closely consider such varying requirements for posture and movement when developing a treatment concept and training program.

 

Functional Rehabilitation