Have you recently injured yourself or had a surgery? Can you feel the muscles in your body losing strength? Are you afraid to try to strengthen those muscles yourself for fear of re-injury? Physical Therapy can only take you so far, and then what? It is up to you to figure out what to do? Let a Personal Trainer help guide you through a safe and effective post-rehab exercise program that is specific to your injury or surgery.
Unfortunately there are no warranties or guarantees for our body parts, and ultimately they will wear out. Maybe you have had a knee replacement or a hip replacement. Maybe you have had a rotator cuff surgery. Whatever your surgery or injury, a personal trainer who specializes in your specific limitations could help. Whether you blew your knee out skiing moguls or simply crashed on your bike and broke a wrist, there is a trainer that can help you.
When you have an injury, it isn’t just the muscles surrounding the injury site that become weak. It can be your entire leg or arm. Maybe you need to be in wheelchair, in which case your entire body will be feeling the effects. If you were ordered to be on crutches or use a cane, one side of your body will always be compensating for the rest of your life unless you strengthen properly and equally. Finding a trainer who can rehabilitate your entire body while paying specific attention to your needs is the best way to recovery fully from any physical injury in any case.
It is important to find a personal trainer who specializes in hip replacements, knee replacements, bone injuries, shoulder injuries, foot injuries, or whatever injury or surgery you may have had. There are many exercises that she be avoided as well as performed for each individual case.