Flex Health is one of Hull and East Yorkshire’s leading health and physiotherapy providers
What equipment is in our functional gym?
At Flex Health, we are proud to provide some of the latest equipment and technology in the physiotherapy field. We are one of just a handful of physiotherapy providers in the North East to have an Anti-Gravity treadmill, and with access to a wide variety of different functional equipment in the gym, we are able to offer our patients a varied and comprehensive treatment plan for a large number of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions.
Our functional gym includes:
- Step up boxes
- Boss balance
- Squat racks
- Highlighting space
- Alter G Anti-Gravity Treadmill
- Keiser Machine
- FES Bikes (RT200 and RT300)
- Exercise assisted hoist
- E-Z stand frame
- Squid Machines
- VertiMax Machine
Having a variety of equipment means that we are able to successfully support you in your individualised outcomes and goals. While you may not need to use all of the equipment in our rehabilitation gym during your treatment, the opportunity is there to offer you a diverse experience, ensuring you are consistently challenging yourself during rehabilitation. Overall health and fitness are essential when receiving physiotherapy and our team of experienced rehabilitators will incorporate focus on your strength, balance and co-ordination into your plan. This will not only benefit your health but will also support the treatment of your injury or condition.
How can it help you?
The Flex Health Functional Gym offers a wide variety of physiotherapy equipment which can all contribute to the rehabilitation of a number of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. Depending on the reason you require physiotherapy, you will find different benefits from the equipment that we have available at Flex Health. For example, the exercise assisted hoist ensures that a patient can practice gait training and ambulation, without the risk of falling. While the VertiMax machine stimulates your muscles to strengthen and produce more power as you target a specific muscle group. You may also use the gym as part of a regular personal training programme, as it is ideal for those looking to perform sport to optimal levels with reduced risk of injury.
After referral, you will be invited to an assessment where one of our team of experienced rehabilitators will decide on a personalised treatment plan. As well as manual therapy and sometimes acupuncture, this will involve access to our functional gym, where specific equipment will be cited which will best support the patient specific outcomes in your rehab plan. At Flex Health, we prioritise functional movement so that regardless of your injury or condition, you can maintain a level of independence which allows you to continue in some respect with the activities that are essential to your day to day life.
- Access to a variety of equipment
- Offers a diverse rehabilitation experience
- Improves total body strength
- Helps with cardiovascular performance
- Opportunity to focus on a variety of functional movement patterns
- Improves balance and core strength
- Supports confidence building
- Helps our team to understand you in relation to your injury or condition and offer a person-centred treatment plan catered to your needs
What conditions can be treated using the Functional Gym?
A wide range of both musculoskeletal and neurological conditions can be treated using the functional gym. We also take patients without a history of injury or illness, who want to improve their health and fitness, while reducing the risk of potential injury. If you would like to find out more about our functional gym and how it could help you, then please contact us on 01482 966066.
Do I need a referral?
At Flex Health, we will take referrals from doctors and self-referrals, so if you are interested in finding out more about how we might be able to support you then please call us on 01482 966066.
4B Newland Science Park
01482 966 006