We bridge existing gaps in health care at a whole new level.
What we Offer
Neurological physiotherapy involves the treatment of people with movement and function disorders that have originated from problems within the body’s nervous and neuromuscular system.
Massage therapy relieves the muscle tension and stress you hold in your body. From the gentle kneading of muscles and other soft tissues to more deeper, manual techniques.
Cardiorespiratory physiotherapy is an area of physiotherapy that specialises in the prevention, rehabilitation, and compensation of clients with diseases and injuries in the heart and lungs.
Do you need to get back in action after an injury or do you have a persistent injury that just keeps bothering you? Sports injuries do differ to everyday injuries and our physiotherapist
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy involves the treatment of disorders that affect how you move – how your muscles and joints work together.
The rehabilitation of babies and children aged 0-18 years. We treat children with neurological and developmental problems as well as those with musculoskeletal problems.
Our program uses focused rehabilitation and adaptive strategies that respond to your needs. We are committed to helping patients remain as active in their later years as possible, so you can continue to pursue the interests you love.
Chronic Disease Management
Our team with detailed understanding of the needs and limitations caused by chronic disease will help prescribe exercises and provide a tailored treatment program to help you manage your chronic disease.
Nutrition and Dietetics
We understand that we're all different and that there is not one perfect nutritional answer that suits everyone. That’s why we perform a thorough assessment of your life, challenges, eating habits and work with you to develop priorities and goals.
Welcome to Road 2 Recovery (R2R), a multi-professional lifestyle group that is focused on improving the health standards of individual, quality of life and its living environment.
Rehabilitation is a cornerstone of everything we do at Road to Recovery with a strong tradition of providing comprehensive rehabilitation services for all age.
Our support programs are evidence-based built from experience, research, and a desire to help make sure no one feels isolated. Whether you need intensive inpatient rehabilitation, coordinated outpatient therapy, or support at home or school, we strive to help our patients maximize their potential for recovery and successful transition back to home, school, and community life.
Join us as we help you learn and understand what care and support options are available for you as you travel on the road to recovery.
We provide a wide range of rehabilitation services by dedicated rehabilitation team and allied health professionals. Our services include but not limited to:
- Back and Neck Injuries
- Geriatric Rehabilitation
- Neurological Rehabilitation
- Sport Physiotherapy
- Paediatric Rehabilitation
- Nutrition and dietetics
- Cardiorespiratory Rehabilitation
- EECP (Enhanced External Counter Pulsation) Therapy
- Acupuncture or Dry Needling
- Massage Therapy
why choose us
We bridge existing gaps in care, and strive not just to treat, but prevent recurrence or further injuries with our policy of Treat, Train and Teach.
Our highest standards of care are achieved by maintaining confidentiality, compassion, respect and showing empathy while improving the health of patients by understanding pre-existing conditions.
What our clients Say
On behalf of the Isoko North LGA, we wish to extend a generous “Thanks” to Road to Recovery team activities in our community.
It was really important to find someone reputable with strong experience who we could trust. This was the inception—the brand, the value proposition. It was important foundational work.”
A lot of people can have a great idea. But when R2R team has a great idea, they take it to the next level, constantly developing and improving it.
R2R team is extremely thoughtful in their approach towards long lasting results.
Isotonic versus isometric strength exercises
There are two forms of exercises for building strength, isotonic and isometric exercises. Isotonic exercises are those where your muscles are working against resistance, such as that supplied by gravity, water, weights, rubber bands, or your own body weight. In isometric exercise, muscles are contracted and relaxed without movement of the joints. An example is
Every person should have a regular exercise program specifically tailored to their abilities and needs. The goal of regular exercise is to achieve and maintain optimal health and physical functioning. Regular exercise, including exercises for strengthening muscles, stretching (range of motion), building endurance, and improving coordination and balance, can be useful in managing many of
Benefits of Exercise
What do studies tell us about the benefits of exercise? The benefits of exercise for patients have been demonstrated in a variety of well-controlled studies.One study evaluated the benefits of a regular program of strength training combined with aerobic activity for patients.The study found that over a two-year period a regular strength training and aerobic