Injury Rehabilitation Nottingham

Injury Rehabilitation Nottingham

 

Rehabilitation For Injury

Injury Rehabilitation Nottingham covers a wide range of areas: acute pain, chronic pain, wounds, bruises, tears, cuts, scratches, contusions, sore, trauma, aches, stiffness, impairment, disability, incapacity, ruptures and hernias as well as long term illnesses and strokes.

Injury rehabilitation treatment should begin shortly after the injury has taken place. This is usually after the initial inflammatory stage of 72 hours.

Trying to work through pain is not recommended as pain is your body’s way of telling you to stop or slow down. If you choose to ignore this, healing can be impaired and it may take you longer to heal.

Full movement can be achieved. For long term illness and chronic conditions, you may not regain full movement but can benefit from better mobility that can make a huge difference to your life.

Using a maintenance support program and working alongside your therapist is very important for your recovery.

It can help you to focus on your recovery and supports you during the treatment process. It also helps by making sure that you’re completing the exercises given by your therapist in the correct way.

Injury Rehabilitation NottinghamThe 3 Stages of Injury Rehabilitation:

  1. Early Stage Injury Rehabilitation Nottingham, gentle exercise is carried out allowing for the damaged tissue to heal. This stage is often rushed, and if it is, it can result in poor quality healing and you can be prone to re-injury.
  2. Mid-Stage Injury Rehabilitation Nottingham involves slowly working the muscles, tendons and ligaments to develop strength so they can withstand the stresses and strains of everyday life and exercise.
  3. Late Stage Injury Rehabilitation Nottingham, is the final stage and this is where the tissue adapts and is worked using functional exercises and drills to ensure the body is ready to return to action.

As an example, a hamstring strain, using a good maintenance recovery program can take between 2 – 3 weeks.

James Screeton takes a biopsychosocial approach to Injury RehabilitationHe will work on the local site of injury as well as the body as a whole. Often the point of pain or movement isn’t always the cause. He will also look at how the injury impacts your life as a whole. You will work together to find ways to resolve the aspect using various techniques that are individual to you. A plan that incorporates exercise, lifestyle advice and hands-on treatments that include acupuncture and massage will be used to help you make a good recovery.

Injury Rehabilitation Treatment: stand- alone treatment £50
Discounted Package of 4 treatments £160 to include acupuncture or massage
First treatment £50 with the remaining £110 to be paid before the second treatment
National Association of Massage and Manipulative Therapists (NAMMT)
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