Orthopedic Injury Rehabilitation & Prevention


“A functional impairment of the body’s musculoskeletal system through injury”

4.27 million Canadians, or 15% of the population aged 12 and over experienced an injury severe enough to limit their usual activities in 2009-2010.

That’s a huge chunk of people who aren’t able to move and function as they normally would.  The unfortunate reality is, more and more people are injuring themselves, just through our day-to-day activities.  This is a major problem, because as we get older, our bodies become more prone to injury, and these injuries will inevitably affect our lifestyles and our overall quality of life.  However, we can do things to offset this aging process through specific rehabilitative movement.

Orthopedic Injuries – What Are They?

These are the most common form of injury, spanning from a sprained ankle, shoulder dislocation, back pain, or a lack of cartilage in the knee as examples.  Orthopedic injuries do not have to be severe in nature, but left unattended for prolonged periods of time, these injuries can worsen, affect other parts of the body, and therefore be of greater concern.

What Can You Do About Orthopedic Injuries?

There are a variety of ways to prevent, treat, and recover from orthopedic injuries.  There are a number of professionals that are able to provide assistance, such as a doctor, chiropractor, physiotherapist, or registered massage therapist.  As you can imagine, each type of professional is able to assist you based on their specific knowledge and skill set, given their profession.

Besides doing your own research and DIY remedies to your injuries, I implore you to explore the different types of assistance you can obtain to achieve a permanent, ongoing solution to rehabilitate your current injuries and prevent others from occuring in the future.

How Can Fit United Help If You Have Orthopedic Injuries?

As a Specialist in Orthopedic Exercise, I am able to provide a solution, with the emphasis on movement, to rehabilitate your Orthopedic Injury.  As a personal trainer, I help you achieve your fitness goals through exercises and other forms of movement.  In a similar way, through an assessment and prescription of specific rehabilitative movements, I can assist you in recovering from injuries that may otherwise require surgery or other forms of costly therapies.  In other words, I provide you the tools to recover from your injuries with a solution that will benefit you for a lifetime.

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