Exercise Therapy

The purpose of rehabilitation after injury is to restore muscle tissue, ligaments and tendons function to the best possible form after injury. A major part of rehabilitation, specific to those physically active is exercise therapy.

Exercise therapy, aims to develop an exercise plan or series of activities to achieve a specific therapeutic goal. This form of treatment is client specific and has the purpose of restoring normal musculoskeletal function and to reduce pain caused my injury.

At loominous sports therapy a range of techniques and equipment are used when developing client specific plans, including;

  • Muscle stretching exercises to increase flexibility and joint range of motion
  • Plyometric exercises to improve strength and stretch reflex
  • Resistance training involving a combination of static and dynamic contractions