PHYSIOTHERAPY

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Physiotherapists are the core allied health group with joint efforts physiotherapy clinic. The other services include Pilates, fitness training, occupational therapy, speech therapy and yoga. Physiotherapy is a science that deals with body movement as the central point to many health and well being.

The goal of physiotherapy is to restore and maintain the physical abilities after injury or illness; it helps people reach quality of life. Joint efforts physiotherapists are educated from university grants Commission College. They are highly trained to do detailed assessment of various musculoskeletal disorders and participate as a team in rehabilitation with their patients in treating same as well as numerous neurological disorders. Joint efforts physiotherapists plan and counsel with their patients to provide best possible level of treatment.

Joint efforts physiotherapist partners with various orthopaedicians, neurologist, psychologist, psychiatrist and other physicians to provide best possible care and treatment.

Joint efforts physiotherapy clinic provide electrotherapeutics modalities, kinesiology exercises, lifestyle education, ergonomics advices, soft tissue techniques (MFR, IASTM, CUPPING THERAPY). Joint efforts physiotherapy strives to enhance physical health and potential. Physiotherapy is beneficial for conditions such as:

  • Back and neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Sports Injuries
  • Muscle and joint pain
  • Post-operative, acute or chronic injury
  • Arthritis
  • Posture and alignment problems
  • Osteoarthritis knees
  • Sciatica
  • Women’s health
  • Adolescent and children’s injuries

FAQ

Q. What is physiotherapy in simple words?
Ans: Physiotherapy is one of the allied health profession provided by physiotherapist to promote, maintain and restore health through physical examination, diagnosis, education. Physiotherapy elicits pain in lots of condition, promote mobility in movement disorders and maintain health in degenerative disorders.

Q. Who needs physiotherapy?
Ans: Any one right from a child with some neurological disorder to a young athlete with some sport injury to adult with certain repetitive Injury all requires physiotherapy. Physiotherapy also helps elderlies to maintain their help.

Q. How does physiotherapist talk?
Ans: A physiotherapist clears explanation needed to satisfy patient’s query. They provide express of support to lead greater patient trust and explanation of treatment options. This leads to boost patient’s trust on physiotherapy and obtain the recommended therapy.

Q. What does a physiotherapist do?
Ans: A Physiotherapist at his clinic examines, assess and diagnose the problem a patient suffering from. He is involved in the task of restoring, maintaining movement and functions or a limb or body part affected by any illness, surgery or disability.

Q. What are the side effects of physiotherapy?
Ans: The most common side effect in physiotherapy is skin irritation caused by over use of adhesive electrodes or the tape holding the electrodes in place. Some people experience the tingling vibrating sensation which is not pleasant after a physiotherapy session. Some people who are more sensitive to pain can experience same due to stretching and strengthening of muscles.

Q. Can physiotherapist diagnose?
Ans: Physiotherapist goes through same level of study as a medical practitioner;they are first contact professionals in case of pain and musculoskeletal issues. They don’t require referral to consult them directly. They are able to diagnose, assess and treat the injury.

Q. What are the types of physiotherapy?
Ans: Physiotherapy have main super specialization in 6 fields i.e. sports, ortho, neuro, cardio, pediatrics and gyane. These courses have further sub specialization which has grown vast in recent decade asthe demand have raised like core strengthening, kinesiology, pelvic floor dysfunction, chiropractors etc.

Q. What are the 3 types of therapy?
Ans: The most famous among all are the ortho, sports and neuro physiotherapy.

Q. Why do physiotherapists use ultrasound?
Ans: Physiotherapist uses ultrasound for therapeutic purpose (means over tender area and at area of spasm and tension) to relieve the pain, it increases the local circulation thus provide relieve in pain

Q. What is the cost of physiotherapy?
Ans: A session of physiotherapy at clinic can cost from 800-1000Rs, also the charges for physiotherapy at home may vary.

More and More People are Choosing Physiotherapy First