Exercise and Rehabilitation

Exercise and rehabilitation are closely related concepts that are often used together in the context of improving physical function and overall health. Exercise is a physical activity that is planned, structured, and repetitive for the purpose of improving or maintaining physical fitness, health, and wellbeing. Rehabilitation, on the other hand, is a process of restoring function, mobility, and independence after an injury, illness, or surgery
Exercise can be a key component of rehabilitation, as it can help to improve strength, flexibility, and endurance, as well as reduce pain and improve overall function. Exercise can also help to prevent further injury or disability by strengthening muscles and improving balance and coordination.
In rehabilitation, exercise programs are often designed to target specific areas of the body or specific functional goals, such as improving range of motion, strength, or balance. Exercise may be performed with or without specialized equipment, and may be supervised by a physical therapist, occupational therapist, or other healthcare professional. The exercise sessions can be one o one or group based and can be performed at gym, pool or on reformer (Pilates) or where you live in community.