At Gold Coast Health and Performance we operate under trauma-informed care (TIC) principles. Trauma-informed care approaches patients’ healthcare needs in a manner that takes into account any trauma that they may have experienced. A key goal of trauma-informed care is to prevent any re-traumatisation that could prevent patients from continuing to seek care.
For those of us who are battling chronic illness, it can be easy to fall deep into the feelings of helplessness and frustration. While it may feel like you don’t have control of your condition/illness, you do have the power to take charge of your health journey in many ways. The following tips will show you how to take control of your wellbeing and maximise your recovery.
Movement is key to the treatment of PTSD & emotional trauma, and as we all have or carry the effects of trauma with use (whether conscious or not), movement is a key part of your recovery. So talk with someone who knows what they’re on about regarding the effect of trauma and physical and mental health if you feel like it is affecting your quality of life.
Understanding the structure and function of our most mobile joint and returning strength and function through movement and exercise.