Active rehab is a program designed to help you regain physical function after an injury. This program is often recommended by ICBC, WSBC, doctors, or therapists. The primary goal of active rehab is to help you recover your full movement function in the shortest time possible. If you are referred by ICBC, you are pre-approved and do not need a separate referral.
Participating in active rehab is crucial to speed up your recovery process. ICBC and WorkSafeBC both support Active Rehab treatment interventions with a qualified health professional. Research has shown that early movement can reduce pain, improve mood, and shorten recovery time. Therefore, enrolling in an Active Rehab program is an important step to help you get back to your regular routine as soon as possible.
At Logic Rehab, our Registered Kinesiologists provide private 1-on-1 sessions that are 30 or 60 minutes long. We offer sessions at your home, workplace, a pool, or a nearby gym, whichever is convenient for you. We customize our programs based on your comfort level, including endurance rehab, strength rehab, core stability, and passive or active range of motion exercises. Our services are available for all types of clients, including athletes, ICBC, WorkSafeBC, and seniors programs.
When you begin an active rehab program with us, our kinesiologist will perform functional assessments to understand your performance level and design a custom program accordingly.
Our occupational therapists can support you with:
Child development (fine & gross motor skills, learning & attention)
Concussion & brain injury
Dementia & memory loss
Mobility (equipment prescription, fall prevention)
Making your home safe & accessible
Managing chronic pain
Returning to school & work
Sleep & fatigue
By providing client-centred strategies, occupational therapists optimize health and well-being for a variety of clients. Some of the ways in which an OT can allow patients to engage more fully in activities that are important to their everyday lives.
Can help with ergonomic reviews at the workplace
Working with clients with mental illness to assist people living with anxiety and depression to manage their symptoms so they can live comfortably at home and in the community.
Working with clients to identify and purchase equipment, such as wheelchairs or bathroom safety devices, to ensure clients can safely return to or remain at home when their physical abilities have changed as a result of a condition such as multiple sclerosis or arthritis.
Working with clients following a workplace or motor vehicle injury to determine what the client may need in the future to be able to perform their daily activities.
Working with clients, who have experienced a change in their physical or mental abilities, to return to work by adapting how they do their job, what type of job they do or making changes to the workplace environment.