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PREPARING FOR THE END OF PHYSICAL THERAPY SESSIONS
The completion of your physical therapy sessions is cause for celebration! It can be a hard-fought path toward healing, but it’s one that has been proven to be beneficial in getting weekend warriors, grandparents, and athletes back to their top physical form. As you prepare to wrap up therapy, it can seem daunting to end the regular routine you’ve been following. Don’t fear life after therapy; prepare for the end of your treatment with the following tips. Utilize the expert you’ve been working with for months, and trust your physical therapist’s advice about staying active after treatment. They can suggest workout regimens that are ideal for recovering from your injury, and they will be able to teach at-home exercises to keep you from injuring your body further. In addition, your physical therapist can What can I do now?
help you understand your limitations and describe the signs to watch for.
How do I get over this fear?
The best way to jump back into activities you love is to just go for it — but slowly. Instead of climbing mountains, restart your hobby by walking the trails near your favorite destinations. Instead of emceeing an event, take your friends out to lunch after speech therapy and offer to order for everyone. Take your time, and soon you’ll be back to your full form. Honestly, that might happen, and that’s okay! Whether you strain an old injury or sustain a new one, you will be better prepared to fight the injury given your previous experience. Even the healthiest athletes can get injured multiple times, and your physical therapist is going to be happy to work with you again — though What if I have to come back?
they will be happy if they never see you in the clinic setting again, too. Going back to your physical therapist isn’t admitting failure; it’s taking control of your health. Work through your pain or limitations with help from Four Corners Health and Rehabilitation. Call 352-243-4422 or visit FourCornersRehab.com.
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