What is the Lower Limb Class?
The Lower Limb Rehab class is a series of 4 group sessions once a week for 4 weeks.
The aim is to take you through an individual rehabilitation programme that will improve your range of movement, strength, and overall function to allow you to return to your normal activities.
Who is it for?
This program is designed for those recovering from an injury to the hip, knee or ankle who are still struggling with some daily activities and, or sport.
After speaking to your physiotherapist you may join the class straight away or be referred to the class after a few individual sessions with your physiotherapist, whichever is appropriate to your stage of recovery.
Before joining a class:
It is recommended you consult your GP, physician or health care professional before starting any new exercise. With any type of exercise or program there may be a possibility of injury, abnormal blood pressure, fainting or disorders of heart rhythm. It is impossible to predict the body’s exact response to exercise, therefore if you have any medical issues, we strongly recommend that you discuss those with your doctor prior to commencing a new exercise programme.
You can stop whenever you wish, especially if you feel tired or experience any discomfort or pain. We advise you stop immediately if this happens and inform your instructor.
If you attend our classes, please discuss starting these exercises with your Physiotherapist who can sign post you to the most appropriate level for you to work at. All exercises are undertaken at your own risk and 3 Way Physiotherapy can’t be held responsible for any injuries.