Restore And Maintain Health With Physiotherapy
Types Of Physiotherapy
Who Requires Physiotherapy?
- Illness: After a prolonged illness or after/during a disease that impacts balance, motor skills or mobility.
- Chronic health condition: Chronic health conditions like diabetes can impact balance and mobility.
- Following surgery: Moving around after surgery plays a crucial role in the recovery process. Physiotherapy can aid a patient in regaining use of an injured hand, foot, or back, among other body parts, or compensate.
- Injury: Physiotherapy can frequently help with injuries that leave the patient in many discomforts or unable to move.
- Aging: People’s bodies change as they age, affecting their ability to move and function. Physiotherapy can teach them how to cope with the loss or assist them in regaining part of that function.
- Major health crisis:Heart attack, traumatic brain injury, stroke and other medical emergencies can make it very difficult for a person to carry out their normal daily activities. Patients may restore all of that function with the use of physiotherapy.
- Improved physical performance: To discover techniques for maximizing the body’s performance, athletes or even patients who merely wish to perform better in their fitness endeavours may turn to physiotherapy.
- General wellness:To combat the consequences of ageing, patients can start physical therapy and learn techniques for maintaining their mobility and flexibility.
Who Does Physiotherapy ?
Condition Physiotherapist Treat
No, physiotherapists can diagnose and treat patients without a doctor's referral. You can contact us or see us if you have any questions.
The number of therapy sessions will vary based on the individual and the situation. You might only require a few visits, or you might need care for several weeks or months. The physiotherapist will talk about their treatment strategy for the recovery process after conducting a comprehensive assessment.
Wearing comfortable, loose clothing is advised. No matter what happens, we'll continue to do everything we can to make you comfortable.
A condition of the pelvic floor's muscles, nerves, or skeletal structure is called pelvic floor dysfunction. Pelvic floor problem is common. Men, women, and children may experience urinary, bowel, or sexual dysfunction if the pelvic floor muscles are dysfunctional since they surround the urethra, rectum, vagina, and prostate.