The term exercise adherence describes the patient’s commitment to the daily exercise program to treat their diseases.
- Home exercise program
- Gym programs
- Any suggestions or recommendations made by physical therapists to health professionals
Make wise decisions about your “Whens”.
You can schedule your physical therapy activities in a way that is convenient for you. If you have been given relaxation exercises by your physical therapist, you might perform these exercises in the afternoon before you go to bed. This will help promote a better night’s sleep.
Boredom: What about?
You may find it boring to do the same exercises over and over again if you have a problem. A personal trainer or physical therapist can help you with this.
Don’t Give up on “No Pain, No Gain.”
Do the exercises in a gentle manner. However, you should not stress about your back while working to relieve pain. Are you doing the exercise correctly?
This will do more good than stressing about your body working hard.
Be social and accountable
You can hold yourself accountable when you’re performing exercises. You can connect with one or more accountability partners who understands your physical therapy exercises and the focus of the exercises. These people can be difficult to find and hard to fit into your schedule but you can try to make connections with people who can help. This will increase your motivation to achieve your goals and improve your results.
These are just a few steps that will allow you to concentrate on your physical therapy sessions and reach your goals with ease