How to Use Ballet Barres for Physical Therapy

If you see a physical therapist for an injury or existing condition, you may struggle trying to figure out how to do some of your exercises at home. Of course, a good physical therapist will keep your accessibility to certain tools in mind when they assign exercises to do at home. But if there was a way to increase the amount of PT exercises you could do at home for a reasonable cost, wouldn't you want to look into it?

Having a ballet barre in the home isn't just for ballerinas. A barre is an excellent piece of equipment for stretching and stability that can greatly increase what you are able to do from home. Consider this 4-foot portable barre from Boss Ballet Barres. The barre is small and unobtrusive, as well as easy to set up and take down. In a spare room, your basement, or even your living room, you can complete your PT exercises using the support of a barre at your convenience. 

Unlike some portable barres, Boss Ballet Barres are made with structural steel so they are sturdy enough to use for exercises you do at physical therapy. The won't bow beneath your weight or shake as you move. You can also use a barre to help you get into deeper stretches than stretching without a barre. Using a barre to assist with both stretches and exercises at home can improve your recovery time and alleviate pain symptoms from an injury.

For more information about Boss Ballet Barres, contact us for more information today.