6 weeks for Recovery: Importance of Exercising

During our appointments, we discuss why 6 weeks for recovery is really important after an episode of pain.

Watch the video or read below to find how to find out why.

 

Why 6 weeks for Recovery?

There are a few things that happen in the body that we can’t change.

One of them is that pain will switch muscles off and will stop them working as well or as efficiently as there were before the episdoe of your pain.

The other general rule is that it takes 6 weeks for the muscles to build up and start getting stronger.

Because it takes 6 weeks for the muscles to start to show their changes, then it stands to reason you need to keep doing the exercises for at least 6 weeks (if not a little bit longer!).

Best Chance of Recovery

The advice is there to give you the best chance of recovery and less risk of relapsing. After an episode of pain, keep in mind the 6 weeks for recovery.

Questions?

Knowing the importance of the range of movement for joints in the body can help improve consistency with exercises you’re given. If you’ve got any questions on the above, then please let us know (click for contact details).

Remember – Listen to your Body!

Please remember to listen to your body. Get any aches and pains checked out sooner rather than later.

Disclaimer:

As with all information given for exercises and exercise programs, when using our exercise videos or information, please use your common sense and don’t do anything that will hurt you. By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk. PhysioFit Health will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of information shared on our website or YouTube channel. This includes emails, videos and text. Thanks for your understanding.