Wellness Center


If you have recently completed your physical therapy, you might wonder what the next step in your fitness activity should be. What is safe for me to do? Which physical activity is allowable and which I should avoid? Sometimes you do not feel well enough to come back to our pre-injury or pre-surgery activities or simply, you would just like to maintain the fitness level accomplished during physical therapy. Keeping a regime of in-home post-rehabilitation exercise programs might not be that easy for many of us. The prospect of taking a chance at the gym and risking a re-injury may also deter you from returning to an organized fitness effort.

This is where we would like to remind you of PDR’s much-rewarding Wellness Membership program – a very special offer for those who have already completed their rehabilitation with PDR to continue their post-rehabilitation physical improvement by further challenging their bodies in a safe environment of our facility.


  • Continuing the recovery through training according to a carefully designed plan tailored to your needs.
  • Filling the gap between professional rehabilitation and returning to the gym or sports field.
  • Enabling recovering patients to improve their physical performance in a safe place, under the care of qualified staff.
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When approaching the end of your physical therapy, you should talk to your therapist about establishing a transition plan. When this is in place, and when you know how to exercise the correct way, you can begin to work out safely at the Clinic, using our equipment and, if needed, with help from our professional physical therapists and rehab aides. Remember to properly prepare for your workout – make sure to fuel your body with healthy foods and plenty of water. Take enough time to fully warm up with some stretching.


When it comes to the actual workout, the best way is to start light, and slowly increase duration and weight over time. Always remember to listen to your body, if you feel pain or resistance, don’t force yourself any further. Pushing too hard, too fast can aggravate your injury and could reverse weeks of progress you have made in therapy. Post-physical therapy exercises can seem overwhelming, particularly if you are still experiencing pain or discomfort. However, continuing to strengthen your body will ensure that you are advancing on your road to complete recovery. 


Recovery doesn’t happen overnight but hopefully, with time and consistency, you should achieve your desired activity level. However, if you feel that you are not progressing in the way you would like, or worse, you feel that you may reinjure yourself, do not hesitate to reach out to one of our physical therapy professionals as, since after the completion of your therapy at PDR, they know your unique circumstances in detail and are thus best able to advise on how to proceed with your exercise program.