Functional rehabilitation is the period of time between the time of injury and the later return to work or sporting competition.
The aim of rehabilitation is to reach the same level the person had before the injury or to improve it.
If you want to return to your daily activity or enhance your performance in sport and you do not succeed, you should consider functional rehabilitation to be at 100% of your abilities.
There are two ways of doing this:
- By seeking for quality in the movements and,
- By improving the whole body’s capacity for action using neuro-training and different innovative techniques.
Within these techniques, we highlight the SVTA method, which leads you to improve your performance by the integration of visual, auditory, kinesthetic, among other skills. By clicking thislink, you can consult more about it.
Remember that at Corps à l’aisewe accompany you from the very first moment of your injury until you are fully reintegrated into your work, sport (amateur or professional) or daily life.
Areas we deal with in functional rehabilitation:
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Sports injuries are often of varying severity. Readjustment is done to be at the best possible level of recovery according to the needs of the person who suffers it.
When there is an injury in the sportsperson, we must take into account the level of professionalization of each one. We adapt the work according to the sports and the level reached before the injury and then we recover it up to the initial point.
When an accident at work occurs, basic rehabilitation treatment is generally carried out to enable the person to return to his or her usual activity. Many times, this is not enough because there may be some sequelae which are there for some time and, in some cases, it may be years.
This is why it is absolutely important to evaluate each case properly and then, a specialised treatment should be taken in order to return to daily life.
Degenerative and chronic diseases
When there is a base disease such as osteoarthritis, arthritis, fibromyalgia, repetitive muscle contractions, occupational stress, etc., functional rehabilitation is a tool to help you to keep your bodyas good asposible.
Injuries engendered by road accidentscause long lasting discomfort which can last over time and are sometimes difficult to solve. The combination of physiotherapy andfunctional rehabilitation will help you to be at your best.
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