Rehabilitation sport includes movement therapy exercises. These exercises help you increase your stamina, strength, coordination and flexibility. Rehabilitation sports include gymnastics, athletics, swimming and group movement games. Other rehabilitation sports include exercises to boost self-confidence in disabled women and girls and those at risk of becoming disabled. Karate, judo and relaxation exercises are also well-suited to rehab.
Functional training also helps you with illnesses or functional limitations of the organs of support and motion. It targets the muscles and joints by means of physiotherapy and ergotherapy, allowing you to improve your physical functions and counteract loss of function in individual organ systems or body parts. Types of training include water-based or regular gymnastics in the form of group exercises.
These two temporary measures can help you maximise your quality of life. Furthermore, you will achieve greater relief from symptoms by strengthening the organs and the musculoskeletal system. At the same time, you also get the motivation and impetus to integrate the movements you have learnt into your everyday routine.