The term “REHAB” is meant to imply any activity by a professional in the allied health industry (including Personal Trainer) that reduces pain and dysfunction for their client – not simply what happens after an operation, or what happens in a treatment centre by a medically trained professional.
R +E+ H + A + B is an acronym for how we work with clients to ensure they train safely and see improvement in there exercise rehabilitation.
Risk assessment of the injury or pain Injuries are classified into “high risk” or “low risk” by your Personal Trainer. Clients deemed to have a “high risk” will initially be referred to one of Docklands Health practitioners for further assessment and provided with the appropriate treatment plan. Injuries classified as “low risk” will benefit from a skilled personal trainer to work with you safely on the road of recovery with the support of our allied health team where necessary.
Evaluation of movement patho-mechanics (movement dysfunction) such as:
We look at factors that may cause movement dysfunction such as: Poor Positioning; Poor Technique; Poor Biomechanics. These helps us to know how your body is performing and how you are progressing.
Hands-on loosening procedures Ensuring overactive muscles have the opportunity to release in order for weaker muscles to be engaged ready for rehab exercises.
Activation drills & techniques
Begin Training! The most important part, enjoying your training session without concern of making your injury worse.