Exercise Rehabilitation

Flexibility training

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 Flexibility exercises can increase the range of motion throughout a joint. Increased range of motion can improve mobility in sporting events as well as everyday activities. Proper range of motion in the joints allows for the natural alignment of the body to be maintained throughout the day, which may prevent or decrease pain or injury. 

Resistance training

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Resistance training is beneficial for building back strength post surgery.  Resistance training is not only for building muscle mass, it’s essential for maintaining your ability to live independently as you age, slows the aging process, and even promotes weight loss. 

Endurance training

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 Endurance refers to your ability to exert yourself over a period of time. A high level of endurance also refers to your ability withstand stress, pain, and fatigue. Endurance is also directly related to our cardiovascular and muscular health and our ability to complete any aerobic or anaerobic exercise. 

Nutrition

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 Food provides the energy and nutrients you need to be healthy. Nutrients include proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals, and water

Proprioception

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  Proprioception is the unconscious perception of movement and spatial orientation arising from stimuli within the body itself. In humans, these stimuli are detected by nerves within the body itself, as well as by the semicircular canals of the inner ear. 

Core Strengthening

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Core strengthening is  defined as the strength of the underlying muscles of the torso, which help determine posture.  This muscles get left on the way side in most training regiments yet they are the most important group of all to maintain.