Rehabilitation is often a costly process, especially in extreme cases where the mobility of the lower train has been greatly reduced following surgery or serious problems over the years. Sprains, strains, tears, osteoarthritis of the knee … and also circulatory diseases like thrombosis, varices, ulcers or cramps.
Every treatment has a process, with an increase of resistance and intensity. The first exercises will aim at increasing blood circulation; and in the second grade will be moved to muscular strengthening, with adduction exercises and hip abduction to strengthen the thighs. The goal will be to increase coordination of muscles, improving physical capacity and providing greater stability and balance. In this second phase the exercises will have greater resistance, forcing the muscles to work harder for full recovery.