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Active Rehabilitation & Your ICBC Injury Claim

Jeffrey S. Witten, B.A., LL.B.
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It might seem kind of counter intuitive.

You've been injured in a car accident and now you're told that the best thing you can do t is to work out.

Won't exercise just make your injuries hurt more ? Isn't resting your body the best strategy ?

The current wisdom is that you need to keep injured muscles moving in order to ensure that they recover as quickly as possible.

And to take it a step further, medical science appears to support the contentiion that in order to promote recovery injured muscles benefit  from the type of strengthening that only exercise can provide.

But, as always, it's a matter of degree.

A person who isn't active prior to their car accident can't be expected to jump right into an exercise program.

And the type of person who was physically active before their accident is more likely to be receptive to participating in an "Active Exercise Program".

The key to an "Active Exercise Program" is to ensure that the program is designed to meet the unique needs of the injured person.

The one size fits all approach doesn't work when it comes to this type of rehabilitation.

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