Ability UK


core stability

posture and trunk exercise

weight bearing exercise

Stretching Exercises

Physiotherapy and CBD Balm

CBD balm is an increasingly popular addition to sports massage therapies. It has several benefits, including pain relief, increased flexibility and decreased stiffness. CBD is not currently on the World Anti-Doping Agency’s prohibited list, and is legal in sports. Furthermore, the extracts are made from hemp grown in the European Union, making them drug-test and sports federation-approved. So, what are the benefits of CBD balm?


As with any other medical treatment, CBD is safe for use in addition to physical therapy. Studies have shown that the use of CBD balm 2000 mg helps patients achieve their goals. It is important to speak with your health care professional before beginning CBD use, as it may interact with certain medications or underlying conditions. CBD lotions for physical therapy are also great additions to manual therapy sessions, providing a soothing boost for each patient. In addition, you can apply CBD directly to the affected area to experience relief during physical therapy.


CBD tinctures are a great option for physical therapy because they reduce inflammation and pain. The fastest-acting type of CBD tincture is taken under the tongue, and it provides full-body pain relief. CBD works by targeting pain receptors in the body and promotes overall health and wellness. The CBD tinctures can be taken before or after physical therapy and will last for two hours. The benefits of CBD tinctures are similar to those of CBD balms, but they do not reach the bloodstream, and therefore, do not cause an intoxicating effect.


In addition to providing relief, CBD also helps with anxiety. Researchers have found that CBD inhibits pain signals by engaging with TRPV-1 vanilloid receptors. TRPV1 receptors are responsible for the pain-damaging effects of vanilla, and their interaction with CBD is what causes the balm’s effects on the brain. These effects can reduce anxiety and pain in cancer patients. The oil has also been found to reduce inflammation in migraine sufferers, and can help cancer patients generate appetite and rest.

A good CBD balm contains 100 mg of CBD. It contains ingredients such as almond oil, beeswax, and willow bark extract, which calms irritated skin. It is also gluten-free, cruelty-free, and vegan, and is extracted by supercritical CO2 extraction. The balm also contains ingredients such as beeswax, cocoa butter, and shea butter. The CBD balm is enriched with Omega-3 fatty acids, which reduce inflammation and damage caused by the sun.


Apart from physical therapy, CBD gummies are useful for treating arthritis. It makes its way throughout the body, relieving tension before physical activities. In addition, CBD gummies are convenient and tasty. They can be easily taken as a complement to physical therapy. They are discreet and convenient. It is also possible to take them anywhere. There are many other CBD products available, so physical therapists need not stock them all.

Every client's exercise regimen at Physability is customized to match his or her specific needs.

Every client’s exercise regimen at Physability is customized to match his or her specific needs. Hundreds of workouts can be adapted and modified to suit individual skills. We will locate the exercise solutions for your specific needs, whether you are reclining on an exercise bench, seating in a wheel chair, or standing utilizing our custom constructed standing frames. Our goal is to take advantage of every movement a client has to offer, maximizing his or her ability to regenerate and retrain muscle function.


The length of exercise programs is also determined by the client’s capabilities. Exercise programs can be as long as four hours each day, five days a week.

rehabilitation exercises at home


The World Health Organization’s disability model emphasizes the need of lowering the risk of secondary impairments like cardiorespiratory, cardiovascular, and systemic dysfunction, as well as metabolic changes (Noreau & Shephard 1995).

our team

Rene Stone

Geriatric Nurse

Rob Newman


Emma Schuck

Physical Therapist

Richard Roberts

Physical Therapist

Latest News From the Blog

Rehabilitation centre with disabled access and accessible parking, specialising in 21st century primary care and exercise therapy for individuals affected by spinal cord injury, head injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis & other paralysing conditions