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Welcome to the last exercise library you will ever need

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โ€œThis is the greatest and most comprehensive exercise library out thereโ€

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Build a state of the art exercise program from a library of over 3,000 4k videos

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Select your exercise parameters like reps, sets, weight

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Easily send it to your patient with the push of a button

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Your patients can access their custom HEP on their phone, tablet, or desktop

CHECK OUT THESE SAMPLE VIDEOS

Side Plank Clam-Hip thrust, on knees

Adductor Side Plank

Prone Yโ€™s-Unsupported

Standing Scapular Punch-Swissball

Elbow Pronation - Hammer

Air Squat

PATIENT PORTAL EXAMPLES

Runner's Knee Progressions

Overhead Stability Progressions

Passive Knee Extension Progressions

(Video) Shoulder Injury Prevention Program (OSTRC Protocol) Exercises | Rehab | Prehab | Stability

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM YOUR [P]REHAB EXERCISE LIBRARY

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โ€œTHE MOST DETAILED EXERCISE INSTRUCTIONS YOU CAN IMAGINEโ€

  • Written explanations are provided for your clients to reference for each exercise that details all there is to know about every movement!
  • Your patients and clients are made aware of what to AVOID with certain movements to avoid the development of improper movement patterns
  • We not only want people to make movement a part of their lifestyle, but to make movements INTENTIONAL and PURPOSEFUL! This is why we place such importance on the delivery of explanations for our exercises!

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โ€œEVIDENCE-BASED EXERCISE, EDUCATION & ASSESSMENT VIDEOSโ€

  • Visual demonstrations help to provide correct and appropriate movement patterns when first learning a movement!
  • Educational videos and assessments are provided for your patients convenience to further their understanding of their care
  • Each exercise is described in a way your clients and patients will understand, avoiding medical jargon and ensuring use of layman's terms

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โ€œUSER-FRIENDLY INTERFACE FOR ANY SMART DEVICEโ€

  • Designed with YOU in mind with easy scroll options to find exactly what you need when you need it
  • Sidebar tag options make it easier than ever to search exercises by body part, type of movement pattern, diagnosis, specific muscle, and more!
  • Program options can be hidden as you are building a specific exercise program to allow more room on your screen when searching for your exercises

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โ€œEASY TO SEND EXERCISE PROGRAMSโ€

  • We know technology is constantly evolving, which is why we want to give the ability to our users to receive their exercises immediately via text to their specific device
  • Rather have the paper copy as a reference? Our print option is available, which provides a clear picture of each exercise, in addition to the how, feel, compensation descriptions, and dosage of each exercise!
  • Deliver exercises right away with the click of a button that goes directly to oneโ€™s email or cellular device!

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CLINICIANS, UPGRADE YOUR HEP GAME

ATTENTION:

  • Physical Therapist
  • Athletic Trainers
  • Chiropractors
  • Strength And Conditioning Coaches
  • Massage Therapists
  • Sports Medicine Specialists
  • Personal Trainers
  • Physical Therapist
  • Athletic Trainers
  • Chiropractors
  • Strength And Conditioning Coaches
  • Massage Therapists
  • Sports Medicine Specialists
  • Personal Trainers

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Letโ€™s Grow...Together!

To grow as a field, we have to do it collectively! This is why we have created this exercise library. We want to share our knowledge of exercise with you all to continue pushing the boundaries of human performance and movement!

This exercise library is designed to expose you to a variety of exercises that can help enhance your programs that you are giving your clients and is not designed to provide a program for you! We challenge you to use your clinical expertise and develop the best programs for you patients with what our exercise library has to offer!

If you are looking to be given a specific program that details how to rehab an injury, prevent an injury, or improve a specific movement pattern, check out our [P]Rehab Programs to learn more!

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HOW DO WE COMPARE?

The [P]Rehab Exercise Library gives you access to more features compared to some of our competitors at a lower price point.
Hereโ€™s what you stand to gain by signing up.

(Video) Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Rehab: Education, Exercises, and Mistakes to Avoid

Services

Price $

Monthly, Bi-Annual, Annual Subscription Options

Student Discount

300+ Unique Video Content Tags

Mobile Friendly

Ability to Request Exercise Additions

Create, Save, & Share Unlimited Video Playlists/Home Exercise Programs (HEP)

Email and Print HEPs to Patients

Common Compensations Demonstrated & Explained

Verbal & Written Exercise Instructions

[P]Rehab Exercises

Return To Sport Tests + Exercises

Higher Level Performance Exercises

Rehab Exercises

Exercise Videos

Favorite' Exercises Tab

Group Plans

HIPPA Compliant

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High quality tutorial

based exercises lead by a Doctor of Physical Therapy with focus on every detail necessary for quality movement

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Ability to save/send/print

unlimited amounts of programs to patients with a live link that can be edited any time. Plus, the patient will be able to use the same link!

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Ability to request ANY exercise

with instructions provided by YOU of how you want the exercise to be performed

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Group Subscriptions

available for group > 5 at a discounted rate of $84/year/membership. Great for clinics, high school corporations(AT groups that work for high schools), AT Education programs, University AT Groups

THE [P]REHAB EXERCISE LIBRARY;
INSPIRED BY YOU FOR YOU

But donโ€™t take our word for it, hear it from our members!

Some of the ones I thought gave the most insight and positive response that showed the true benefits of the exercise library

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Penn State Football Medical Staff

"We have been following the Prehab guys as a staff for some time now. I think we were drawn to them because we share the same ideals, functional approach, and philosophies regarding rehabilitation implementation. One aspect we utilize the most is the instructional videos. We are able to pull from the video library exercises specific to each player. We can email that list of videos to each player, which improves compliance. Not only does it increase the chance the players are performing the exercises, but more importantly, they are doing them correctly. Each video does a great job of explaining and demonstrating important details that ensure proper technique. During the offseason or when players are home on break, we feel confident the players are doing movements safely and correctly."

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Marco Lopez

"I have searched and used several different databases for Home Exercise Programs however the [P]rehab Exercise Library database has been the best thus far. It is both user and patient friendly. I have yet to come across an exercise that was not included in the database. This is a total game changer!"

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Sarah C

"I am a physical therapist in Boulder, CO and have used Prehab Guys over the past 8 months for creating patient HEPs as well as for my own education. Having used many other sites before, I really appreciate that many aspects of this platform that I have not encountered in others. For example, ALL of the exercises come with instructional videos and the Guys make sure to instruct on correct form and/or common errors. It is SUPER easy to put together an individualized program for my patients, and my patients have nothing but positive things to say about accessing and using their exercise programs. The educational content is really helpful, and I love that the entire platform is developed by fellow physical therapists. I would suggest this platform to anyone needing access to great exercises, education, articles, etc. AND - it is so affordable! 5 star rating for sure. Thanks Prehab Guys! =D"

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Dorian Danic

โ€œRehab of injury can be a tedious task that has us searching for motivation and salience. What I appreciate most about the The Prehab Guys is their ability to consistently produce innovative, evidence-based material. Like a quality continuing education course, I am able to take their ideas and immediately implement them into my practice. Their commitment to excellence helps our patients and clients stay engaged to their health and wellness. โ€

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ERIK C

"I've been following your company since 2016 and just wanted to tell you guys that I am incredibly inspired by what you've accomplished, and also by the bar that you've set for like-minded companies. I am currently running a small online personal training service as a source of income while I am finishing PT school, and the first place I turn for training pointers and creative business inspiration is Prehab Guys. I am absolutely amazed at the way you have developed this company, and the way that you continue to educate the masses on the latest and greatest information regarding fitness, health, and physical therapy. It has become clear to me as a student that the world of healthcare, and more specifically physical therapy, need people like you, and for that reason I will always be a fan and follower. Thanks so much for all that you do and for continuing to inspire up and coming professionals in the field."

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Catherine M
Princeton University

"The [P]Rehab Guys platform has made my experiences with telehealth during this pandemic run very smoothly. I don't know if I would be this successful in treating patients virtually without it. My athletes and patients respond very well to the video demonstration and explanation. They consistently tell me that they love the look and clarity of the content. Since I work mainly with the athletic population, having this program that provides challenging exercises is crucial to their safe return to sport. I have also found that this website is a great teaching tool! My PT and AT students are able to look through the exercise library and create their own rehab plans for us to go over and discuss. I have had many students request to do this as they find it very fun."

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University of Vermont Athletic Training Staff

"We added PreHab guys to our offerings at Vermont in response to COVID-19. It has been an amazing resource for all 9 of our certified athletic trainers to build rehab programs for student-athletes who were out of our direct care for almost 6 months, including some post-operative patients. Between the extensive video library, reliability and ease of use of the platform, and the ability to easily share programs via email PreHab Guys more than met all of our needs. We are back to in person operations, but still rely on home exercise programs to achieve optimal outcomes with our patients. There is no doubt in my mind that we will continue to use this platform for years to come."

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Brooke R, Athletic Trainer/Physical Education Teacher

"I am a certified athletic trainer and have been doing virtual evaluations on my athletes. I have used your library to create a virtual athletic training room where all of my student athletes, coaches and schools teachers can access general exercise programs for injury prevention, ergonomics while working from home, activity-specific and body part specific strengthening. I cannot boast enough about how much your resources have helped me to perform my job effectively and have supported my active community in so many ways. Utilizing your video library has been an invaluable tool and resource for me to use to create home exercise programs for my athletes. This has helped myself and many athletes, parents and coaches get through injuries during quarantine. Again, a huge thank you and keep up the great work!"

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Craig Oates, Athletic Trainer, USA

"I love the program so far and really like the exercise base you all have. I had another HEP platform for years and while I appreciate what it did you guys blow their HEP platform out the water for elite athletes!"

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Rhonda Hart

"I've been a frequent user of the exercise library for both myself and my clients for a while. It's a super helpful site; the videos and descriptions are informative, the exercises are creative, and the presenters are really approachable and warm, and funny sometimes too! Most of my clientele are 40+, and I think the exercises are going to really useful as I assist them to be as healthy and mobile as possible through mid-life. I appreciate the work that goes into making it such a useful resource!"

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Nick Wallin

โ€œAs a personal trainer, I've found this membership to be extremely helpful. Being able to create customized playlists from the exercise library has been the easiest and most successful method to prescribe specific exercises to my clients and ensure that they're performing the exercises properly. It's also been really helpful to utilize the [P]rehab Exercise Library Community to ask any questions, as well as communicate with other members alike. The membership is definitely well worth it. Consider it valuable continuing education from clinicians you can trust!โ€

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Cassie Shoultz

"Weโ€™re definitely taking advantage of the membership! Itโ€™s helped a lot with our middle school kids especially. Since we donโ€™t have ATs on campus for them, itโ€™s been very beneficial to be able to provide the exercises for them to do on days weโ€™re not able to be there. Being able to save the programs for basic/generic exercises has been helpful too! "

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Ryan Stuhr

"As a physical therapy student, [P]rehab Exercise Library has benefitted me by providing me with an extensive exercise library that goes beyond the conventional therapeutic exercise information taught in school. The detailed explanations along with each exercise video ensure that I am targeting the right muscle groups and teaching the exercises correctly to my patients. The live webinars provided by the site are another benefit to me, as it exposes me to new content and ideas that will help better prepare me for a career in physical therapy. I would not hesitate to recommend [P]rehab Exercise Library to my fellow students, as I believe it is a valuable resource for any aspiring physical therapist to expand their knowledge of exercise to better serve their patients."

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Shana Kamali

"As practicing physical therapist for the last 30 years it has never been easier to create home exercise playlists. These professional Doctors of Physical Therapists have made it so easy to find and navigate through exercise routines for those that need basic rehab exercises to higher level movements. My membership with [P]rehab Exercise Library has enabled me to save time in addition to receiving better exercise compliance and better patient outcomes! Iโ€™m happy to continue to support such great leaders and advocates of our profession."

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Mahshar Zargar

โ€œI loved using all the instructional videos! They are so informative and educational. I was able to implement all these techniques with my patients as a Certified Athletic Trainer. โ€

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Jen Shan

"The videos are clear and easy to understand! As a Physical Therapy Student, Iโ€™m able to utilize the exercises in a myriad of ways to help with rehabs."

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Lauren Feder

"I love the prehab guys! The videos are very easy to follow along. It made what could have been a very tough ACL recovery manageable and fun. I love that I can do the exercises anywhere. I feel stronger than ever thanks to them."

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Jenna Harmeyer

โ€œThese videos were perfect! Extremely helpful and easy to use with athletes. Also some very inventive exercises that I wouldnโ€™t havenโ€™t thought of myself.โ€

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Thomas K

"Recently in October 2020 I became a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant and started work in an OP setting. I have a Medbridge account, an HEP2GO account as well, but I love using your exercise library the best. The range of exercises for beginners to the advanced athlete gives me great depth and many tools in my toolbox to help treat my patients."If there was any suggestion that I could make for the library would be a focus towards a geriatric population as well. I work in Palm Springs and my population is mostly geriatric. Other than that, I have followed you all since the beginning, and your work was pivotal in learningthroughout my PTA program, as well as establishing my career as a PTA. So THANK YOU!"

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Lauren F

"As a Physical Therapist , I spend a lot of time programming for my clients. With Prehab, the library is so extensive and easy to search for what I need, it has cut my programming time in half. The videos are so easy to follow, all of my clients rave about this program. It makes my life easier, and helps my clients stay accountable with their easy to follow exercise program. Even better, If thereโ€™s an exercise youโ€™re looking for but canโ€™t find, you can request an exercise and see it up on their site within the month! I canโ€™t recommend this program enough for coaches, trainers, and PTs."

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Ryan Burnett

โ€œThe TPG workout playlist the team provided for me was incredibly helpful. Understanding proper positioning and form for an exercise can be difficult if youโ€™re simply handed a piece of paper with diagrams. TPGโ€™s videos are easy to follow, and demonstrate exactly how to execute an exercise. From a client/patient perspective, the video playlists simulate one-on-one time with a personal trainer โ€“ and each video is provided with personalized notes and instructions from TPG, tailored to your body and current fitness level. Iโ€™ve been very impressed by the programs, and itโ€™s extremely user friendly.โ€

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Craig Nowell

"I tore my ACL playing soccer only to find my wife, kids and career were not prepared for my recovery ๐Ÿ™‚ I had to find ways to fit my recovery into my already packed schedule. Professional, in person PT definitely helped but I found that I was unsure of my form while at home. Once introduced to the prehabguys I found the confidence and inspiration to fit my much needed rehab neatly into a my hectic home life."

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FAQs

Who are the prehab guys? โ€บ

[P]rehab is a team of world renown Doctors of Physical Therapy & Certified Strength Coaches dedicated to helping you take control of your health with exercise & education from the palm of your hand. With [P]rehab, you are able to access state of the art physical therapy & fitness content online, anywhere in the world.

How many times a week should you do rehab exercises? โ€บ

Performing Exercises On Your Own

For the treatment to be effective, we highly recommend performing these exercises around 3 to 5 times a week for 2 to 3 weeks. In order to stick to this plan, we'd like to lay out the below advice: Block off 30 minutes in your calendar on days you'd like to perform these exercises.

Should rehab exercises be done everyday? โ€บ

Your body needs time to rest and heal, and going through your exercises every day doesn't provide the break your body needs. On the other hand, if you have a few different exercises, your provider may allow you to split them up and do them on alternating days.

Can you overdo rehab? โ€บ

While your recovery is heavily influenced by your strength and mobility, it is still possible to overdo it if you aren't careful. Your physical therapist will talk to you about ways to balance physical therapy exercises and activities with proper amounts of rest.

What is prehab therapy? โ€บ

Prehab is participation in therapy based movements and exercises in order to avoid injury, decrease pain or to prepare for a surgery. It is known as a proactive approach and can address deficits in strength, stability, range of motion, balance and overall joint function.

What is rehab and prehab? โ€บ

As a Prehab & Rehab Specialist, you will be able to effectively: Discover about how to prevent injuries with corrective and strength training exercises. Correct asymmetry and muscle imbalance with phase-wise injury prevention programs for Knee, Hip, Ankle, Spine, Shoulder, Elbow and Wrist.

Can too much physical therapy be harmful? โ€บ

Signs your physical rehab program may be overdoing it include: Muscle failure while trying to tone and strengthen your body. Muscle soreness two days after a workout or rehab session. Excessive or โ€œtherapeuticโ€ bruising from a deep tissue massage.

When should I stop physical therapy? โ€บ

Physical therapy might stop if the patient isn't seeing results or making progress within the time-frame their physical therapist thinks they should be. After all, it can be frustrating to attend regular appointments, perform all the instructed exercises and still not make progress toward your goals.

How long does physical therapy take for lower back pain? โ€บ

But on average, patients can expect to be in physical therapy for six to eight weeks as strength and mobility progress with every session. If your back pain continues to be severe or even worse, physical therapy may take longer or may be recommended after surgical intervention.

How long does it take for PT to work? โ€บ

Muscle can take up to two to four weeks. Tendon can take up to four to six weeks. Bone can take up to six to eight weeks. Ligaments can take up to ten to twelve weeks.

How do you know if physical therapy is working? โ€บ

If you faithfully complete your exercise homework and your range of motion has not changed after a few appointments, it's time for a discussion with your physical therapist. If you do not progress, it may be time for a second opinion. You don't see a progression in your treatment plan.

Is physical therapy once a week enough? โ€บ

A typical order for physical therapy will ask for 2-3 visits per week for 4-6 weeks. Sometimes the order will specify something different. What generally happens is for the first 2-3 weeks, we recommend 3x per week. This is because it will be the most intensive portion of your treatment.

Is walking good physical therapy? โ€บ

Walking for Chronic Conditions

Along with our pain-relieving therapy modalities and technologies, taking regular walks can improve joint pain and stiffness for patients with Arthritis, reduce inflammation for Sciatica sufferers, and reduce bone density loss or osteoporosis patients.

Does physical therapy get worse before it gets better? โ€บ

Physical therapy is a common and legitimate treatment option for many different conditions, injuries, as well as surgery recovery. Physical therapy is aimed at improving symptoms and pain, but sometimes patients experience worsening symptoms after engaging in physical therapy exercises.

Can physical therapy make nerve pain worse? โ€บ

It's possible that you may feel worse after physical therapy, but you should not have pain. Should you be sore after physical therapy? Yes. When you are mobilizing, stretching, and strengthening the affected area you are going to be required to do exercises and movements that can cause soreness after your session.

Why is prehab important? โ€บ

Why is prehab therapy so important? Prehab provides the opportunity for you as a patient to have a role in controlling your recovery. While we cannot know the outcome of any surgical procedure in advance, we do know that patients who move better, feel better, and are stronger, tend to do better.

What is the aim of prehab? โ€บ

The goal of prehab programs is to help patients get into the best possible shape leading up to a surgery. When you go into a procedure strong, it can take less work to recover afterwards. More and more orthopaedic surgeons are incorporating prehab exercise into patient treatment plans.

Is prehab effective? โ€บ

Prehabilitation did not demonstrate benefits in quality of life or pain; however, there was significant evidence that prehabilitation doses of more than 500 minutes reduced the need for postoperative rehabilitation, but no significant reduction was found in readmissions or nursing home placement.

What is the difference between rehabilitation and prevention? โ€บ

Prehabilitiation (or prehab) is either a preventative program or pre-surgical program. Whereas rehabilitation (or rehab) is for when something has gone wrong. If you need any help with your prehab or rehab program, our Osteopaths are here to assist you.

What is a prehab appointment? โ€บ

Prehabilitation or โ€œprehabโ€ is when a patient seeks physical therapy prior to their orthopedic surgery. This approach improves the odds of a successful surgical outcome by combining knowledge and specific exercise.

Is PT good for arthritis? โ€บ

Physical therapy (PT) is a promising treatment option for arthritis. Working with a physical therapist can help you manage symptoms, increase mobility, and improve physical function. They'll also teach you specific exercises and techniques that can allow you to move with less pain and greater ease.

How often should I do physical therapy? โ€บ

After about six to eight weeks of consistent treatments and seeing progress, your PT will likely recommend that the frequency be lessened to one visit a week. This encourages the independent management of your condition and promotes the habit of at-home exercises.

Why do I feel worse after physical therapy? โ€บ

Discomfort and soreness are to be expected, because physical therapy, in order to work, must train your body. This is the same principle that applies when building strength through exercising or working out. The muscles must experience a certain amount of stress, which can lead to irritation and soreness.

What happens if you don't complete physical therapy? โ€บ

Slower Recovery: Missing a physical therapy session will ultimately increase the time you will have to spend in recovery. The reason for this is because the exercises and activities that you will be engaging in a treatment session are designed to help you regain total movement ability.

What happens if you skip physical therapy? โ€บ

Without exercise and therapy, a patient might never regain their full range of motion again. This is, perhaps, one of the most important reasons you shouldn't skip your therapist in the recovery stage of your surgery. It might be difficult and painful, but it will be worth it in the end.

Can you just quit physical therapy? โ€บ

Can I Quit Physical Therapy? If you're not seeing any improvement after a few weeks of active participation in your PT plan, don't give up! It's important to continue with your treatments and discuss with your physical therapist how to modify the treatment plan to make it work for you.

Is walking good for low back pain? โ€บ

Walk At A Moderate Pace

The simple movement of walking is one of the best things we can do for chronic lower back pain. Ten to fifteen minutes of walking twice a day will help ease lower back pain. Substitute this activity for a more vigorous type of exercise if you prefer and/or are able.

What are the best exercises for back pain? โ€บ

Walking, swimming, and biking may all help reduce back pain. Start with short sessions and build up over time. If your back is hurting, try swimming, where the water supports your body. Avoid any strokes that twist your body.

What treatment is best for lower back pain? โ€บ

Medications
  • Over-the-counter (OTC) pain relievers. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB, others) or naproxen sodium (Aleve), may help relieve back pain. ...
  • Muscle relaxants. ...
  • Topical pain relievers. ...
  • Narcotics. ...
  • Antidepressants.
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Can PT help with knee pain? โ€บ

Physical therapy can help to reduce knee pain, swelling, and stiffness, and it can improve your knee joint's function. It can also make it easier for you to walk, bend, kneel, squat, and sit by enhancing the strength of the muscles surrounding your knee and slowly improving its range of motion and mobility.

How long does physical therapy last a day? โ€บ

Apart from the frequency, each session may last between 30 and 60 minutes in length. While two to three visits in a week may appear to be too much, especially if you have just sustained an injury or undergone surgery, it is important to understand why regular visits are necessary.

What is the success rate of physical therapy? โ€บ

Results: Page 2 2 At 7 weeks, the success rates were 68.3% for manual therapy, 50.8% for physical therapy, and 35.9% for continued [physician] care. Statistically significant differences in pain intensity with manual therapy compared with continued care or physical therapy ranged from 0.9 to 1.5 on a scale of 0 to 10.

Why does my knee swell after physical therapy? โ€บ

Swelling is another common side effect of physical therapy. As your therapist challenges your muscles, ligaments and tendons to strengthen them, your body may respond with increased edema, or swelling. The edema can cause additional pain and functional limitations.

How much does a physical therapy session cost? โ€บ

The national average per session cost of physical therapy can range from $30 - $400. However, with a qualified insurance plan, once your deductible is met, your total out-of-pocket cost typically ranges from $20-$60. If you do not have insurance, you may be paying between $50-$155 out-of-pocket.

Why does physical therapy make me tired? โ€บ

You'll see how effective and efficient a treatment plan can be with a variety of programs and an individualized approach. After physical therapy, if you are tired, it is a sign that your muscles and body are exhausted, but in a good way. It's close to how preparation works for strength.

What should I do after physical therapy session? โ€บ

Helping Your Body Recover After Physical Therapy
  • Hydrate โ€“ Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated after a workout. ...
  • Stretch โ€“ Your body will likely experience some soreness as muscles are tested like they haven't been in the past.
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How can I strengthen my legs to walk again? โ€บ

How to Strengthen the Legs & Hips for Walking - YouTube

How long does it take an unfit person to walk a mile? โ€บ

tl;dr. It takes around 15 to 22 minutes to walk a mile. If you're looking to lower your blood pressure, lose weight, and live longer, walking is a great exercise whether you're a beginner or a seasoned speed walker.

How many times a day should I do shoulder rehab exercises? โ€บ

Performing the exercises 2 to 3 days a week will maintain strength and range of motion in your shoulders.

How often should I do knee rehab? โ€บ

After your recovery, these exercises can be continued as a maintenance program for lifelong protection and health of your knees. Performing the exercises two to three days a week will maintain strength and range of motion in your knees.

How often should you do sciatica exercises? โ€บ

Strengthening exercises for sciatica should be done three or four times a week, but never two days in a row.

How many days a week should I do physio? โ€บ

In the beginning, you may be required to attend physiotherapy at least two to three times a week. Apart from the frequency, each session may last between 30 and 60 minutes in length.

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