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Exercise Equipment for Recovery and Mobility

Posted by Neptune Barbell on 3/3/2015

Injury can strike at any time. That is why it is crucial to have a knowledgeable and experienced physical therapist in your contact list. And equally important is having the right physical therapy equipment at your disposal. You will find such equipment here at Neptune Barbell Co. who offer a robust selection of mobility, rehabilitation, and exercise equipment that is specifically designed to help recover from serious injuries and surgeries.

The American Pain Foundation reported in 2013 that up to 80 percent of the people who reside in North America and Europe will likely suffer from prolonged foot, knee, hip, back, and neck pain at some point in their life. While many pain sufferers use medication to cope with skeletal problems, it has been widely demonstrated that physical therapy and exercise can minimize the need for pain medicines, and in some cases reverse the effects of painful skeletal and muscular issues.

It is also a good idea that patients practice some physical therapy at home during the recovery process. It is likely the therapist will give an in-home regimen to enhance and accelerate recovery. Proper stretching is introduced to increase mobility to injured body parts. For example, in its many versions: “The Stick” has been found to help out many patients suffering from mobility problems.

A cornucopia of rehabilitation and exercise equipment is available for both physical therapists and those recovering from injuries. Flex bars are an excellent way to combat tennis elbow and also help recover from wrist, forearm, and hand injuries. In addition, flex bars can increase the resistance of specific exercises making it an excellent way to increase strength. Dumb bells, home gyms and cuff weights are also good ways to increase physical strength as well.

While proper physical therapy and good equipment are sound ways to recover from injuries or surgery, it is essential the patient eat a nutritious diet. Doing so gives the body the nutrients and minerals needed to repair damaged tissue. A therapist or your primary care physician may also suggest taking nutritional supplements and vitamins during recovery.

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