Physiotherapy aims to help patients in reducing pain, improving mobility, restoring function, preventing further injury, and enhancing overall quality of life.
Physiotherapists use a variety of techniques, including exercise, manual therapy, IMS, and modalities such as ultrasound and electrical stimulation.
There are many different conditions that physiotherapy can help treat, including:
Back pain. Relieve pain and improve mobility through exercises and manual therapy.
Arthritis. Reduce pain and stiffness and improve joint function.
Stroke. Help recover mobility and strength after a stroke.
Sports injuries. Help athletes recover from injuries and prevent future ones.
Neurological conditions. Sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, thoracic outlet syndrome.
Whiplash. Neck strain from a car accident or sports injury.
Post-surgical rehabilitation. Recover from surgery and regain strength and mobility.
Acute and chronic pain. Alleviate or manage pain through manual therapy and exercise.
Balance problems. Recovery from BPPV, improve balance and prevent falls in older adults.