You will be guided through the intensive week to week programs which are split into progressive stages. Each stage has a number of weeks, where in each week you will be shown all the exercises and mobility work that is to be completed. In most weeks you will be given a detailed outline of the rehab program for that week, including do's an don'ts, tips and exercise options.
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|The programs in this site are not designed to be a replacement of seeing a Physio. In fact, we strongly endorse the use of the Physio and hands-on treatment through the course of your program, especially the extended surgical and injury rehabilitation programs. At the start of each stage it is highly recommended to 'Check-in' by making an appointment with your local Physio to get re-assessment and for them to monitor the progress of your rehabilitation as well as help you perfect and correct the exercises that you are doing in the program. This will help you keep on track and get the maximum benefit and results out of the rehab program and the best possible outcome.
| These rules are in place to make sure you follow the program correctly and at the right timing for optimal recovery. The weeks have been set as a guideline, however some people may be slower in their rehabilitation due to many factors and in some cases you may stay on a set week for two or three weeks instead of one, as you are not expected to always complete a 'week' in 7 days. It is also not advised to push yourself or progress before you are capable and you are not allowed to move onto the next week until you have completed the prescribed volume of exercises in that week. That is why there are pre-requisites to guide you through each stage and keep you on track.
| At the beginning of each stage you will be required to pass the pre-requisites in order to continue onto the next stage. These goals and guidelines are set and designed to help make sure you don't progress into a more difficult stage or series of exercises until you have certain range of movement requirements, can perform prior exercises correctly, adequately and enough volume as well as setting a benchmark for progression and goals. It helps ensure that all the exercises are completed without 'skipping' a workout or certain key exercises. It also aids in the prevention of pain as well as re-injury and gives you a correct level and speed of rehabilitation during each stage.