rehabIt is not surprising that most people do not adhere to their prescribed exercise protocols after having orthopedic surgery of physiotherapy for an injury. Yet maintaining a regular post-rehab exercise routine that is specific to your needs is the best way to prevent injury re-occurence, reduced range of motion and muscular atrophy. As a Medical Exercise Specialist, I work closely with physiotherapists and chiropractors to ensure that your progress in recovering from your injury is steady and continuous.

In addition to orthopedic injuries, I also have experience training people with medical issues, such as diabetes, arthritis, low back issues, and many others. You can see the full list here:

Fibromyalgia Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Cerebrovascular Accident
ACL Rupture Tennis Elbow Achilles Tendon Rupture
Ankle Fracture Lumbar Disc Herniation Cervical Strain
Knee Meniscus Tear Patello-Femoral Syndrome Total Hip Replacement
Total Knee Replacement Rotator Cuff Tear Impingement Syndrome
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Shoulder Dislocation AC Joint Separation
Osteoarthritis Rheumatoid Arthritis Multiple Sclerosis
Osteoporosis Hypertension Cervical Disc Herniation
Diabetes Patella Tendon Rupture Total Shoulder Replacement
Laminectomy Spinal Fusion Spondylolisthesis
Bicipital Tendinitis Meniscus Tear Parkinson’s Disease
Lateral Stenosis PCL Rupture Tibial Plateau Fracture
Piriformis Syndrome IT Band Syndrome Patellectomy
Central Stenosis Glenoid Labrum Tear Spinal Stenosis
Golfer’s Elbow Ankle Sprain Scoliosis