Our Physical Therapy Center in Cambodia starts Chronic Pain Group

Recognising that many people suffer from chronic pain, we thought of starting a group exercise program. Six of RCRC’s physiotherapy patients were invited to join a therapeutic exercise class, designed to help with chronic pain. They had  back pain, knee problems, and neck pain; and one woman had been receiving treatment following a leg fracture.  Ranging in age from their 20s to their late 50s, they were all keen and last Thursday the first class got underway, making good use of our soft flooring in the Therapy Area.

Led by Zoe, our regular volunteer physiotherapist, and assisted by Kanha our staff physiotherapist, the women worked through a series of exercises designed to help relieve their pain, and strengthen their physical condition.

(http://www NULL.roserehab NULL.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Chronic-Pain-pic NULL.jpg)The Chronic Pain Group – with RCRC physiotherapist Kanha (centre, in orange)

After the 75 minute session the women were happy to have participated; they enjoyed the program, even the soreness from using their muscles intensively, and are keen to return for the next class in a week’s time. Following Zoe’s initial instruction, Kanha will take over running the class from next week.  Another first for RCRC physiotherapy!

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