Strength and reconditioning

Strength and reconditioning at Lewes Physiotherapy

Physical activity requires a component or combination thereof of strength (force), speed (slow or fast), range of movement (flexibility and joint range) and duration (including repetitions).

Strength and reconditioning in a Physiotherapy setting will utilize a combination of activity specific exercises to target flexibility, strength, speed, endurance and coordination. These exercises will be dependent on injury/dysfunction and sports or activity that you wish to return to. Once a program is developed, it is important to maintain adherence to these exercises, as it can take several weeks before muscle adaptations and improvements to occur. These are not only sports related, but applicable to daily life, such as returning to work following back pain. Your Physiotherapist will discuss this in more detail following your assessment.

Matt Waters and also additional Physiotherapist attached to Lewes Physio are registered to the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and are also fully insured and also DBS checked (Disclosure and Barring Service), that service formally being CRB (Criminal Records Bureau).

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