AFS Post Rehab Training
Your Comeback Starts Now.
In order to adapt to exercise, you must first recover from its stress. The AFS Recovery Solution is a combination of three primary therapeutic modalities: massage, prehabilitative exercise, and nutrient timing. Each modality focuses on a different aspect of the recovery spectrum.
- Your own personal AFS coach communicates directly with your physical therapist
- Get an individualized program aimed at strengthening your healing injury
- Professionally supervised environment ensures proper form and activation
- Prescribed at home maintenance exercises for optimal recovery
- Weekly nutritional guidance from your coach
- Bi-monthly assessments with your coach to track change
AFS therapeutic massage is designed to enhance recovery and address areas of both chronic pain and acute injury. AFS Recovery Solutions Director and Massage Therapist, Mary Fedij, is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals and is certified through the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB). Her massage work, combined with properly prescribed prehabilitative exercise, can aid in healing from an injury, as well as speed up recovery from exercise.
Each massage is individually tailored to client’s unique needs, postural deficits, and orthopedic issues. With the massage therapist and an AFS Certified Fitness Practitioner working hand-in-hand, a comprehensive approach to treatment that is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced is developed. To schedule a complimentary massage consultation, contact us today.
AFS Prehabilitative Exercise is a component of all clients’ programs. Prehab exercise proactively addresses areas of structural weakness, stability, and mobility in an effort to prevent injury, alleviate chronic pain and assist in injury treatment. A skilled AFS Fitness Practitioner is responsible for identifying areas of concern, both on intake and throughout the training process. Based on this identification, the appropriate prehabilitative exercise is prescribed.
Areas commonly addressed in prehab exercise are:
- Upper Back/Neck
- Shoulder & Rotator Cuff
- Lower Back
- Ankle Complex
Simple and easy to perform prehab progressions are provided to clients to perform either in the facility or at home, using bands, body weight, and other simple implements. For more information about prehabilitative exercise progressions, please contact us today for a complimentary consultation.
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