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Muscle rehabilitation and walking training

Muscle rehabilitation and walking training


Muscle weakness is one of the health problems of the patient. This may prevent patients from picking up things or getting up and walking as usual, which causes a variety of problems., such as accidents that cause nerve injury. Stroke, an abnormal immune condition. Bedridden from chronic diseases, etc., which result in limb muscles being inactive or inoperable until muscle atrophy occurs. It can affect daily use, such as walking.


The key objectives of muscle regeneration and walking training to maintain physical movement by physical therapy in stroke patients include: Exercises to prevent joints from adhering Stretching muscles, bending and moving joints to increase angle of movement Exercises to increase muscle strength Daily movement training Balance training, walking and breathing exercises