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An Exercise Physiologist is a healthcare professional who specialises in the use of exercise to treat and manage chronic health conditions, and can play a crucial role in post-surgical rehab. They work with individuals to develop a personalised exercise plan that is tailored to their specific needs and abilities, and provide ongoing support and guidance to help them in recovery post surgery.
A Physiotherapist is a healthcare professional who specialises in the treatment of acute or chronic injury & disabilities who can also play an important role in post-surgical rehab. A Physiotherapist can work with individuals to improve mobility, reduce pain, and restore function & range of motion using a range of techniques including therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, and pain management. They can also assist with mobility aids as needed throughout the recovery process (braces, crutches etc)
Together, an Exercise Physiologist and Physiotherapist can provide a comprehensive approach to post-surgical rehab, helping individuals to achieve the best possible outcomes following their surgical procedure. By working closely with these healthcare professionals, individuals can gain the benefits of regular physical activity, improve their recovery, overall health & well-being, and help people return to meaningful activities in their lives.
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