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Returning to exercise after injury or surgery

Returning to exercise after injury or surgery


When it comes to your health and wellbeing, first and foremost you should listen to the medical experts. Also, because there are so many variables here, I will only be able to give general guidelines. You cannot and should not think of anything I say here to be specific advice to you personally.

That being said, my experience of helping people return from injury or surgery has taught me a thing or two. And I actually snapped my achilles tendon at the start of July, so am having some first hand experience of this!

Wed, 08/09/2017 – 17:00

via Rees Fitness – Fitness, Strength, Movement & Variety

One Comment leave one →
  1. Brenda Swing permalink
    09/08/2017 8:40 pm

    Cerin _ Well said!!! And “spot on”!!! But I’m going to file this very useful bit of advice under “use it or loose it”, because if someone is still capable of making at least some form of exercise program a part of their daily routine, but chooses for whatever reason not to, and just sits there drinking hot chocolate and watching the tele, then they’ll have no one but themselves to blame when a host of uninvited visitors drop by, normally led by diabetes and coronary heart issues, and if they wait that long, the train will have already left the station, and their next of kin will have their hands full planning a wake. And that’s the sugar-coated answer.

    Ricardo Castro Oregon, USA


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