What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy treats injuries related to Sprain, Strain, Fractures, Dislocation and Other similar conditions. It also assist in rehabilitating people from Strokes, Bell’s Palsy, Post- Operative Conditions like TKR, THR, COPD, and also for Parkinsonism. Physiotherapy also helps in reliving pain caused by Spondylitis, Disc Prolapse, Sciatica and pain caused as a result of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Tennis Elbow, Nerve Compression, Frozen Shoulder and Arthritis.
It uses a series of therapeutic techniques and modalities aimed at maintaining the health of people of all ages and helping the patients to manage the pain and prevent further injuries and complications.
The Sooner Physiotherapy Starts the Quicker and Better the Recovery. A complicated case can be easily identified and treated appropriately as a result of early Intervention and therapy.
A Physiotherapist Approach:
Physiotherapy is a Degree-Based Health Care Profession and A Physiotherapist uses his wide range of acquired Knowledge and Skills to help the Patient overcome his Conditions associated with different system of the body functions.
The Practitioners takes into consideration the whole person and approaches them regarding their Health and Well Being depending on their lifestyle and plan out the treatments according to it.
A patients participation is one of the key factors for a satisfactory result. Patient should be Co-Operative and try to involve as much as possible in every aspect of the therapy provided. The therapist will set different instructions and Exercises to which the patient should abide by.
The Sooner Physiotherapy starts the quicker and better the recovery. A complicated case can be easily identified and treated appropriately as a result of early intervention and therapy.
Some of the Benefits of Physiotherapy related to the patients’ Healthcare are:
- WRI (Work Related Injuries)
- Sports Injuries
- Back Pain
- Shoulder and Other Joint Pain
- Post- Operative treatment (TKR, THR)
- Neurological Conditions (Bell’s Palsy, Stroke)