The simple MAT has many benefits in physiotherapy

Mat exercises are given to facilitate balance, promote stability, mobilize and strengthen the body trunk and limb and train patients for functional activities

Mat activities/exercises are one of the most important parts of physiotherapy rehabilitation programmes. Mat exercises are given to facilitate balance, promote stability, mobilize and strengthen the body trunk and limb and train patients for functional activities.
These exercise improves the overall core strength of the human body. A strong core, which generally refers to the muscles of the abdomen and back, enhances overall athletic ability and daily function. A strong core also makes one less vulnerable to injury and improves posture.
Mat exercises promote muscular endurance and flexibility. These exercises aid in enhancing the overall body composition. Not only this, mat exercises also help to improve coordination and balance and increases pelvic stability. It also improves postural stability, enhances proprioceptive functions and improves ambulatory skills.
Mat exercises also help to improve coordination and balance and increases pelvic stability
Some simple Mat exercises include the hamstring stretch, the quadricep stretch that essentially entails bending each leg back (while sitting) so that your legs create a "W" shape.
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The calf and hamstring stretch, the child's pose, the trunk twist, knee pushups, bicycle kicks and cobra stretch are some Mat exercises. Mat exercises can bring a great difference in rehabilitation of a patient. Therefore mat exercises are highly advisable for people of any age. Mat exercises improve the recovery process and helps in physical development.
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are solely the author's and Fit NorthEast does not take any liability. Though the facts and information stated here are genuine and authentic we recommend that you consult your doctor/physiotherapist before trying the procedure as individual patient cases and sensitivities are different.



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