Therapeutic Activities

After an injured patient spends time building strength and flexibility through therapeutic exercises, those skills are then applied to daily life tasks through therapeutic activities.

For example, a person with an injured hip that has been building strength with squats, leg raises, and various stretches (therapeutic exercises) will use similar movements to gradually make the adjustment back to a high-functioning lifestyle – getting in and out of cars, standing from a seated position, getting dressed, rising from bed, and other similar tasks (therapeutic activities).

Therapeutic activities are all about improving the patient’s quality of life by helping them complete their daily tasks.

If you want you are ready to transition from therapeutic exercises to therapeutic activities, contact Kinections Physical Therapy and Fitness today.