Will I Be In Pain After My Physiotherapy Session?
Okay, so sometimes you may be in pain after the treatment scan, and there’ll be two predominant reasons why. One of them, there may be some post-treatment tenderness. Okay? So if you’ve had some deep, deep, deep tissue treatments or you know, we’ve got things moving, got your joints moving, sometimes that can just stir things up a little bit.
Okay? You might be a little bit tender. You just feel like you’ve been worked. It’s not. A harsh pains more of a, I know I’ve been worth pain a bit like when you’ve had a training session I go on to in a second. So your therapist will be, uh, more than, more than qualified to deal with any post-treatment tender.
They’ll advise you how best to prevent it, but it is a thing that can happen and is a thing that you shouldn’t be alarmed about. Okay. It does stay around and is quite persistent for a while, and it’s quite harsh and should always just last night. Okay. Secondly, Where we actually, uh, implement some good exercise rehab in these sessions, particularly if you’re post-surgery, particularly if you need it post, um, post any injury.
Okay? Then there’s a good chance that you might be working. You might be working in that gym. You might be doing a few exercises, doing a couple of bits and pieces to help push you forward. Onto that next stage and help get you strong fit, mobile and supple. Okay? So after that, there may be a chance of you feeling a bit sore, that you just had a good workout, right?
Like I say, these treatments are very, very dependent on what you’re presenting with and what you’re coming in with, alright? But yes, you may feel some pain after the sessions, but all very normal and all very natural part of your treatment journey to get you to that next level. Any questions, please feel free to ask me.