prehab


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prehab

(ˈpriːhæb)
n
any programme of training designed to prevent sports injury
[C21: modelled on rehab]
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The Ballintubber marksman has been concentrating on prehab and rehab work on the hamstrings and has played in two FBD League games already this month.
Spend day-in, day-out with Gethin and you see how professional he is in terms of his prehab, his rehab and conditioning.
Pre-habilitation, or prehab, is recommended four to six week prior to surgery.
Prehab has long been accepted as essential before orthopedic or cardiovascular procedures or surgeries.
Triathlon is not as simple as swimming, biking and running-at least not for the people at Pace Prehab and Recovery.
We perhaps don't know the full emotion of it because we're here, we're training every day, breakfast, training, lunch, back at the hotel, rehab, prehab.
RH: When you have a substantial injury, rehab and prehab can take longer than anticipated while nature takes its course.
We make sure the lads are well hydrated, they get regular ice baths, plenty of stretching beforehand and plenty of prehab.
Strength and conditioning training, along with prehab and rehab work, will now be compulsory and we'll be doing these things so that the players can perform at the highest level they're capable of.
The club have been fantastic with me, and I'm doing my prehab before the surgery there," added the former Wigan and Salford player who hails from Halifax.
If you're motivated and you adhere to your prehab and rehab regimen, you should be able to walk unassisted and drive in about three weeks, and resume most normal activities within four to eight weeks, Dr.