Understanding your condition and how to approach it is imperative. It all starts by listening to you. Next, Information from your referring medical practitioner and the physical therapy evaluation complete the process of data gathering. This enables the development of a physical therapy assessment and plan of action. A plan that will likely require your participation. This via education and exercise skill acquisition.
Skilled manual therapy are likely to be used to augment, facilitate the rehabilitation process. But it is the learning and practice of new or modified motor skills that often have the most impact. This is done by making you familiar with the involved anatomy and biological process and how proper exercise and activity modifications in all various phases of rehabilitation can assist. But most important is the practice of various movements and timely feedback that will facilitate permanent skill acquisitions. This to lead to exercise independence and optimization of the rehabilitation process and injury prevention.