Home Exercise Programme Guidance - Kingsland Physio and Massage
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Home Exercise Programme Guidance

A large part of Physiotherapy is developing a home exercise programme tailored to an you and your individual needs. This takes into consideration your goals, activity levels, and any injuries or complaints that you may have. We are experts in advising on how to start exercising safely, how to modify exercise if this is causing pain, and injury prevention programmes.

We all work with people of all ages and abilities. When developing an exercise programme, we consider the following:

  • What are your goals?
  • Do you have any injuries which would require modification to exercise?
  • What rehabilitation exercises can we give to target or improve your injury?
  • What do you enjoy doing? What are your hobbies?
  • Where would you be doing your exercise? e.g. at home or outdoors
  • What medical conditions do you have that may influence the exercise you are able to do?
  • What exercise may help manage your medical condition better?

At Kingsland Physiotherapy, we are able to do a thorough assessment through Telehealth, and give you an exercise programme based on our findings. Get in touch with us today if this sounds like something that you need help with!

OUR PHYSIOS

Janaka Radich

Janaka Radich

BHSc (Physio) MPNZ, COMT

Janaka specialises in treating sporting and complex spinal injuries and has a keen interest in manual therapy and acupuncture completing post-graduate courses in osteopathic manipulation and muscle energy techniques.

Helen Edwards

Helen Edwards

BHSc (Physio), PGCert (Western Acup)

Helen has practiced in the private sector for the past 8 years and has extensive experience in specialty areas including sporting injuries, spinal dysfunction, Pilates, pregnancy and post-natal assessment, treatment and rehabilitation.

Katie Syme

Katie Syme

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

Katie has a client centred holistic approach to rehabilitation and believes in providing  patients with hands-on treatment and also long term self management advice if appropriate for their musculoskeletal problem.

Niamh Moriarty

Niamh Moriarty

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

Niamh has a keen interest in injury prevention in the athletic to ageing population. She believes in empowering patients to self-manage their condition through education and effective exercise prescription