In recent years, active rehabilitation has proven its success across all conditions and/or specialisations.
The days of passive hot pack, interferential current, ultrasound and the like are no longer seen as the standard of care for non-acute injury rehabilitation.
Respected programs will include stretching, strengthening, functional movement training, and other various weightbearing goals.
MASS4D® is a critical tool in the active rehabilitation toolbox for all clinical professionals.
The ability of MASS4D® bespoke foot orthotics to support the structure of the foot in its optimally functional position allows for increased proprioceptive input, effective lower limb muscle spindle firing and optimal full body structure.
Development of proper foot and lower limb movement patterns assist in the active rehabilitation programs for most orthopaedic and neurological conditions.
Any interference from the feet ultimately affects supporting joints above the foot/ankle complex, causing a multitude of abnormalities in the rest of the system.
MASS4D® provides the perfect balance of functional movement to meet each patient's rehabilitative needs, enhancing all active movement patterns through functional pronation and optimal supination.
And in order to develop more effective neuro-rehabilitation programs which improve the overall well-being of the patient, it becomes essential to use an integrated approach to craft combinational therapies, focusing on both, the multiple impairments in the body and the lower limbs.
Orthotic intervention speeds up the recovery process and also helps prevent any future injuries by improving foot function and reducing the stress that is placed on the kinetic chain in total.
Hence an assessment of foot biomechanics can help repair the overall efficiency of the system, bringing balance to the entire musculoskeletal system.
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