The following exercises from the bowler’s programme are designed to help strengthen your feet and ankles, even if you do not have any injuries.
These are good for preventing injury and strengthening the lower half of the body. Always remember to contact a physiotherapist if you’re experiencing any pain.
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The main aim of post-operative physiotherapy is to assist the individual’s return to normal activities following their surgery.
After surgery, patients will be seen by a physiotherapist to establish their rehabilitation goals. Routine post-operative physiotherapy intervention comprises of breathing exercises, circulatory exercises, and early mobilisation to prevent complications.
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Physiotherapists will utilise their knowledge and skills to assess the needs of an individual patient and improve a broad range of physical problems associated with various systems of the body.
The systems that can be treated are neuromuscular (brains and nervous system), musculoskeletal (soft tissues, joints and bones), and cardiovascular and respiratory systems (heart and lungs and associated physiology).
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