Physiotherapy can aid to restore movement, function, and quality of life to those who bear these conditions ranging from minor problems to serious injuries. It can also aid to abridge your risk of injury or illness for far ahead.
Each and Every part of your body is connected. A pain on one place can lead to work loss and further pain in another. So when you feel pain, you need to know where the trouble roots from.
Physiotherapist treats the underlying cause of your pain, not just the symptoms. For example, lower back pain may be triggered by a variety of issues, from suboptimal neck posture to a poorly-controlled hip, to an old ankle sprain. By analyzing and treating the trigger, and learning how to move your body better, you can resolve the problem, rather than deferring it for a few months.
Expert physiotherapist looks at your body as a whole, starting with the basics: hydration, nutrition, sleep, and stress. All these things will bear on your fundamental tissue health and impact on your convalescence. From there, it’s on to the treatment of the disorder, to assess your alignment, biomechanics, and control to get at the trouble stem of the disorder.
Once you’re on the way to convalescence, your sports performance group will take over, analyzing your power, flexibility, and survival. For the really sporty among you, once you’re injury-free, Physiotherapist provides custom training to help you hit that personal best.
Everyone’s body has a story to tell, and when you come to Physiotherapist, they listen. They understand that injury is rarely just about one painful part.
They look at your body as a whole to find the real cause of the problem. And when they’re designing a treatment plan for you, it’s about more than physiology; they think about who you are, and what’s important to you, whether that’s trampolining or trips abroad. Whether you come to see them for rehabilitation, physiotherapy, yoga, or massage they respect your time by starting and ending sessions on the dot, and they remember how you take your tea.