Are you in pain? Are you having stiffness? Is your muscle getting weak? Are you losing your balance? Have you twisted your ankle? – For sure, we are there for you.
We are the Physiotherapists:
Physiotherapists are health care professionals. They focus on preventing, assessing and treating physical disorders and promoting movement and health.
Physiotherapy can help almost any condition that affects your Muscles, Nerves or Joints, including:
- Orthopedic problems such as Arthritis
- Back and Neck pain
- Motor conditions such as Cerebral Palsy
- Pregnancy-related problems such as back or hip pain
- Work-related issues, such as repetitive strain injury
- Breathing difficulties
- Sports injuries
- Neurological problems such as Stroke.
- Post-operative Stiffness and Pain
Physiotherapists play an important role in rehabilitation after injury or illness. Physio’s use a variety of tools to help you regain movement and recover from injury:
- Hot packs may be used to treat pain and loosen tight muscles in preparation for exercise.
- Cold packs also help to relieve pain
- Modalities like TENS, E-stim, Ultrasound and Laser treatment help get rid of pain and trigger points that cause pain.
- Exercise programs to improve mobility and strengthen muscles
- Joint manipulation and mobilization
- Correcting faulty movement patterns by re-educating the muscles
- Breathing exercises.
Physiotherapy is basically a form of treatment using Physical Exercises, Computerised Electronic Equipment, Electronic Rehabilitation Machines, Hydrotherapy and Manipulation. The aim of Physiotherapy is to help restore movement and normal body function and relieve pain in illness, injury and disability.
It is primarily recommended for Acute, Sub-Acute and Chronic Orthopaedic conditions including any joint and muscle pain, stiffness, swelling. Neurological problems including burning pain, tingling, numbness and muscle weakness.Paediatrics conditions, sports injury, ergonomic and occupational health, accident and rehabilitation, women’s health including preparation for pregnancy and birth and in geriatrics.
The benefits you can get from physiotherapy are many, but here are just a few of the most common effects that patients report:
- Pain relief
- Better muscle flexibility
- Restoration of muscle strength
- Increased range of motion and suppleness
- More endurance when it comes to sport
- Greater sense of well being
- Improved posture and gait.
· Peace of mind
· Discontinue or reduce your medication consumption
For any queries
Contact: 07737283053 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
BPT. MPT. (ORTHO)
Mewar Hospital, Udaipur
(Largest Chain of Orthopedic in India)