Continuous physiotherapy refers to the practice of doing physiotherapy exercises on a regular and consistent basis in order to improve physical health and prevent injuries. This form of treatment can be very useful for people suffering from chronic pain, sports injuries, mobility problems or for those who simply want to keep fit and avoid injury in the future. Ongoing physiotherapy includes regular sessions with a physiotherapist, as well as following a specific exercise plan at home.
Continued physiotherapy is a holistic approach that aims to improve function and prevent future injury in the long term. Rather than treating only the symptoms of an injury or medical problem, ongoing physiotherapy focuses on prevention and long-term improvement of the patient’s health and mobility.
For the patient, continued physiotherapy offers a long-term solution to focus on prevention and long-term improvement of physical function and health. This means that the patient can receive treatment in an injury-preventive environment and also to improve their quality of life.
In addition, continued physiotherapy allows the patient to establish a closer and more collaborative relationship with their therapist. By working together over the long term, patient and therapist can develop a deeper understanding of the patient’s challenges and goals, which can improve the effectiveness and efficiency of treatment.
From the physiotherapy professional’s point of view, continuous physiotherapy allows for a more comprehensive and holistic approach to physiotherapeutic care. By working with patients over the long term, a deeper understanding of the patient’s challenges and goals can be gained, which can improve the effectiveness and efficiency of treatment. In addition, by working in a more preventative environment, the therapist can help prevent future injuries, improve function and the patient’s quality of life.