Free Physical Rehab has launched a new program to help anyone worldwide to combat chronic pain and fibromyalgia. It offers free guidance, tips and strategies to promote relaxation, movement, and good health.
A new free physical rehab program has been launched, helping people to treat chronic pain, get help with fibromyalgia and more. It offers a wide range of information and is provided as a community service, because it is needed by many and currently available only to a few.
More information can be found at: http://freephysicalrehab.com
Free Physical Rehab provides top quality rehab guidance, strategies, and information to anyone in the world. The site provides the same therapy and information that patients would get if they spent thousands of dollars at a large group rehab centre.
This is highly important, because research shows that around 20% of all injured people develop chronic musculoskeletal pain. One of the best forms of treatment for this is physical therapy.
Free Physical Rehab shows how they can use proven techniques and methods to combat their chronic pain. The treatments and strategies can be used to help deal with auto injury pain, fibromyalgia, neck or back pain, sports injuries, and other issues.
In addition to this, there are other use cases for each element of the program. For instance, those who are dealing with stress or anxiety will find a range of benefits from practicing meditation.
The full rehab program includes video guidance, making it easier for anyone to take part. The program is designed to be used in a high quality multi-disciplinary group facility, or by individuals in their own home.
The site states: “This program was specifically designed to treat chronic and long standing injuries, fibromyalgia and the approximately 20% of all patients that do not respond to traditional physical therapies. This rehab is an alternative to traditional resisted exercise based therapy.”
Four steps are included, with the aim of reducing stress and promoting relaxation and improving range of motion. They also feature therapeutic stretching and cold therapy.
Full details of the program and information on how it can help people across the world can be found on the URL above.