One of our methods of ensuring you perform at your best is our individualised take home programs to further accelerate your recovery. However without regular exercise to improve core strength, injuries often do not fully recover or worse, pain may increase or become more regular (Liebenson, 2007).
We offer customised rehabilitation exercise programs for a wide range of injuries that aim to accelerate your recovery and reduce the likelihood of relapse. This includes but is not limited to corrective stretching, strengthening and stabilisation.
Our methods of rehab is directed towards quick recovery and muscular healing. Whether you are recovering from a lower back injury, disc bulge, arthritis, hip replacement, neck, shoulder, wrist, elbow, ankle or knee injuries, we can customise an exercise program that will suit your recovery pace. All our rehabilitation exercises are sources using current evidence based practices.
What we offer
> Practitioner prescribed exercises and stretches
> Nutrition advice
> Dietary management
> Lifestyle advice
> Sleeping aids
> Posture support aids
> Ergonomic support
> Recommended therapeutic creams and gels
> Heat patch application
> Wheat bag available for purchase
> Remedial Massage Therapy supportive therapies
> Health education and support for the whole family.
We personalise every exercise program to suit your specific recovery injury needs and pace.
All our rehabilitation exercises are sources using current evidence based practices.
Our rehab process & protocols
Every rehabilitation protocol is phased with goals and criteria to progress through each phase. Our chiropractor will advise you of any exercise materials needed and also explain sets / reps / intensity / times per day etc. We will also provide a hard copy as well as an email copy of your program, so that exercises can be accessed electronically.
> X-ray diagnostic imaging
> Muscle support braces
> Whole body stretching and strengthening exercises
> Foam roller and spikey ball application for muscular release
> Supplements can be prescribed by your chiropractor
> Lifestyle and Nutrition advice
> Recommended therapeutic creams or gels and heat patches
> Remedial Massage Therapy
> Health education for the whole family
Rehabilitation from sports injuries, accident or chronic pain is not a one step process, but it doesn't have to be as traumatic as you think!
At ChiroCure Clinic in StKilda, our practitioners don’t just treat your injuries we will work with you to make sure you receive a full recovery. Our Chiropractors and remedial therapists will offer rehabilitation in addition to treatment, aiming to decrease healing time, de-conditioning and increase self-reliance and muscular function (Triano, Mcgregor, Skogsbergh, 1997)
Our remedial massage practitioners, doctors of chiropractic and myotherapist's offer patients help and advice to better manage pain and injury. We offer supplement advice with practitioner prescriptions, nutrition and dietary care, lifestyle advice, work station assessment and more.
Treatment with our Therapists may also help to reduce the feeling of fatigue, exhaustion, sleeplessness and slow down spinal ageing, improve blood flow, restore nervous system function and reduces all pain symptoms.
Exercises by our Chiropractors
This is only a small list of the benefits that exercise can have on health.
• Strong Body – Exercise helps strengthens joints and muscles all over the body.
• Osteoporosis – Regular exercise promotes bone formation and can help prevent bone loss associated with aging.
• Balance – Exercise improves your balance, and good balance will certainly help you avoid future injuries.
• New Injuries – Exercise is essential for overcoming injuries. Injuries prevent you from using the affected or weakened area.
Rehabilitation exercises can help you to strengthen the body, and restore proper balance.
• Old Injuries – While timely rehabilitation is very important, exercise can also help in coming back from old injuries. This process will not happen as quickly as immediate rehabilitation, but is well worth the time spent.
• Proper Exercise – Before you start an exercise program, be sure to consult with ChiroCure practitioners. Some forms of exercise may slow down your rehabilitation, or even make your problem worse. Talk to Dr Tania Leski, or one of our other chiropractors about rehabilitation rather than relying on the fitness staff at the local gym.
• Weight and Posture – Exercise helps you maintain a healthy weight. This, in turn, contributes to good posture and the lessening of unnecessary stress on the body.
Other Health Benefits – Regular exercise has been shown to improve many health areas, including: the risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, high blood pressure, colon cancer, and depression.
Consult with one of our chiropractors, osteopaths or remedial massage therapists, may include rehabilitation programs that target both the muscles and joints in the body.
We can also provide advice about how to modify a current exercise program, or create a tailored program for your needs that can optimise your spinal health.
A little extra for our patients...
Chiropractic care at ChiroCure Clinic is covered by WorkCover. WorkCover is a compulsory insurance for Victorian work places which is funded by employer contributions. It provides Victorian work places with insurance cover for employees who may be either injured or become ill due to work.
If you have been injured at work you are eligible to get rehabilitation covered by WorkCover, ChiroCure Clinic accepts WorkCover patients for various treatment services. All you need is your claim number and case manager’s details and our friendly team will do the rest.
Additional information regarding WorkSafe can be found here.
Appointment availability and online booking information can be found here.
Book your 45 minute treatment that includes rehab exercise training today!!
Liebenson, C. (2007). Rehabilitation of the spine : A practitioner's manual (2nd ed.). Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
Triano, J., Mcgregor, M., & Skogsbergh, D. (1997). Use of chiropractic manipulation in lumbar rehabilitation.Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 34(4), 394-404.