What is meant by decreased stamina and fitness levels?
Decreased stamina and fitness levels are when a person’s ability to continue with exercise until exhausted is reduced in comparison to their normal ability. Some people will suffer with a decrease in stamina and fitness levels following an underlying respiratory (lung) problems, cardiac (heart) problems or general fitness or mobility problems. They will find they are able to do less than they could previously do.
How can physiotherapy help people with decreased fitness and stamina?
Physiotherapy will help people with decreased fitness and stamina so you can continue with your activities of daily living and enhance your quality of life. Our physiotherapists at Physio.co.uk will:
- Help to increase your fitness levels
- Help to increase your stamina
- Help you to maintain an increase in fitness and stamina.
- Help you to increase your mobility around your home and outdoors.
- Help you to be independent.
What physiotherapy treatments help people with decreased stamina and fitness?
There are various treatments that physiotherapists can carry out for people with decreased stamina and fitness. A structured program tailored to your needs will be developed between you and your physiotherapist so that you get the most out of your treatment. Your physiotherapy program at Physio.co.uk may involve:
Decreased stamina and fitness is when your normal exercise tolerance is reduced. Physiotherapy is beneficial to help anyone who is experiencing decreased stamina and fitness.
To book an appointment at Physio.co.uk or for further information on how we can you with your decreased stamina and fitness, please call 0330 088 7800.