Although the majority of people that we see don’t require some form of rehabilitation, there is the odd case that one does and we just wanted to tell you that we are well equipped to do so.

Rehabilitation promotes personal recovery, successful community integration and satisfactory quality of life for persons who have a physical concern.  The supports are collaborative, person directed, individualized, and are an essential element of the human services spectrum. They focus on helping individuals develop skills and access resources needed to increase their capacity to be successful and satisfied in the living, working, learning and social environments of their choice and include a wide continuum of services and supports.

Rehabilitation usually takes the form of a training process over a set period of time, taking as its starting point the functional skill level of the individual user. Rehabilitation exercises can involve moving, positioning, strength training, stretching, active movement exercises and practicing everyday activities. From a purely therapeutic perspective, the objective of rehabilitation is to maintain and increase functional skills as far as possible.

Rehabilitation processes often demand a great deal of the professional therapist, who is required to compensate for the user’s lack of mobility and inability to help himself/herself.

Confidence and security are essential for rapid rehabilitation.