Pre-habilitation is therapy-based movements and exercises in order to avoid injury, decrease pain or to prepare for a surgery. It is a proactive approach.

Pre-habilitation in South Denver

What is pre-habilitation?

Pre-habilitation addresses deficits in strength, stability, range of motion, balance and overall joint function. While it is common prior to a surgery or procedure to enhance recovery, pre-habilitation can also be used as a proactive way to reduce the chance of injury during any activities you participate in. Pre-habilitation can include exercises for general strength and conditioning, sports performance or overall prevention of injury.

What is pre-habilitation?

What are the benefits?

Pre-habilitation is a preventative therapy. It can decrease the risk of injury, optimize functional ability and quality of life. When used prior to surgery, it is generally recommended to begin two months prior to surgery to allow the body enough time to have strength gains to best prepare for a surgery.

What is pre-habilitation?

Therapeutic Exercise

Therapeutic exercise is the systematic performance of physical movements intended to remedy or prevent impairments...

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