How can I prevent my condition/injury from returning?
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FAQs: How can I prevent my condition/injury from returning?

After your initial course of treatment, your practitioner may suggest some rehabilitative exercises or refer you to another practitioner qualified to offer these exercises. Once your condition has stabilised you can use these exercises on a regular basis or enrol in one of our many exercise classes (pilates and yoga).

Additionally, following a routine of general exercise (gym, walking and cycling) as well as having a good, balanced diet will also help prevent your injury from returning and promote a healthy lifestyle.

It may also help the body to have a regular check up, the frequency of which will depend on individual needs, some patients like to be treated every few months, whereas others are happy to be checked once a year.