Physical Therapy and Endurance

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Physical Therapy and Endurance

Whenever you undergo surgery or suffer a severe injury that leaves you bedridden, your endurance will significantly be affected. A lack of endurance can make everyday activities more difficult to complete. At Advance at Home physical therapy, we aim to make therapy easy for our patients so they can return to their normal lives as quickly as possible.

Our physical therapy techniques aim to increase your endurance and return your stamina. Therapists may use running, swimming, biking, or any other activity that increases your heart and respiratory rate to slowly return your health. It may take some time to build up endurance after surgery or injury, so it’s important to manage your body while you undergo training. Therapists will likely advise you to exercise at home to help speed the process. Depending on the endurance level you aim to reach the prescribed exercises will differ in terms of intensity and duration. For example, an athlete will need longer, more intense training to reach their expected endurance level.

It’s also very important to live a healthy life while building up your endurance. You should follow a healthy diet, eat lower portions, and get plenty of sleep. The process of rebuilding endurance may be long and strenuous, making mental health just as important in the process. Reducing stress will promote a more positive outlook and make the process easier overall. Seeing family and friends, meditation, and listening to music are just some of the ways to keep a positive attitude throughout therapy.

If you’re coming off surgery or an injury and are looking to get your endurance back, we at Advance at Home cover all areas across Long Island and Queens. To maximize your independence and wellness, we  provide state of the art therapy from the comfort and privacy of your own home. Contact us today to schedule an appointment for the most convenient physical therapy out there!

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