What is the aim of exercise therapy?
The goals of therapeutic exercises include the restoration of movement, improvement of function and strength, improvement in gait and balance, and the prevention and the promotion of health, wellness, and fitness. Specific exercises are aimed at restoring strength, power and work, or endurance, or a combination.
Is exercise a type of therapy?
Exercise is a helpful and evidence-based intervention for anxiety, depression, and as an augmentation therapy for a range of other disorders. There are lots of helpful ways that psychological therapists can recommend and integrate exercise into their client’s treatment programs.
Which is a form of exercise therapy?
Examples of therapeutic exercises include: Range of motion exercises (passive, active assisted and active) Progressive resistive exercise. Balance training.