PHYSIOTHERAPY

PHYSIOTHERAPY

Physiotherapy is a branch which helps in promoting and restoring health through physical intervention. It addresses the illness and improves the functional activities of the patient by promoting muscle strength and power. Many a times it helps in reducing the pain and increases the range of motion of the patient.

 

There are many sub branches in physiotherapy which includes cryotherapy, hydrotherapy, manual therapy etc which all are aimed at improving the tissue function and reducing the difficulty of the patient. 

 

Pain management modalities and techniques in physiotherapy

 

This includes:

  • Moist heat
  • Interferential therapy{ IFT}
  • Transcutaneous nerve stimulation {TENS}
  • Cryotherapy
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Manual therapy
  • Electric muscle stimulator
  • Laser
  • Bandaging
  • Massage techniques
  • Dry needling 
  • Taping 
  • Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization

 

Benefits

 

The main advantage of physiotherapy is reducing the pain and increasing the range of motion, improving the muscle tone, muscle strength, muscle power, muscle girth and improving the balance and coordination. It promotes tissue healing naturally without therapeutic intervention. 

 

Faq’s

  1. Can we do physiotherapy immediately after a surgery?

Most of the cases require mobilisation immediately after surgery. This helps in reducing post surgical stiffness of the joints and helps in successful rehabilitation. But in orthopaedic cases where open reduction and internal fixation is done, the physiotherapy is  started only after immobilisation period

  1. How physiotherapy helps in women’s health? 

Physiotherapy has a good role in prenatal and postnatal management. They help in inducing normal labour and pelvic floor muscle strengthening exercises can be done post partum. 

  1. What are the physiotherapy exercises which one can follow during pregnancy?

Aerobic exercises,  pilates, gym ball exercises, pain management, pelvic floor strengthening, strengthening and stretching of the full body and educating posture during sitting/standing/lying, breathing techniques etc

  1. What are the postnatal exercises in physiotherapy?

Aerobic exercises, gym ball exercises, static quads, glutes and hamstring strengthening, ambulation, feeding techniques, pain management techniques, breathing techniques, pelvic floor strengthening, diastasis recti exercises.

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