We have an expert Physiotherapist providing physiotherapy treatment for :
• Preventing injury and disability;
• Managing acute and chronic conditions;
• Improving and maintaining optimal physical performance;
• Rehabilitating injury and the effects of disease or disability;
• Educating patients to prevent re-occurrence of an injury.
Physiotherapist offer treatment relating to the following conditions:
• Cardio-Respiratory: Providing support, prevention and rehabilitation for people suffering from diseases and injuries that affect the heart and lungs, such as asthma.
• Cancer, palliative care and lymph edema: Treating, managing or preventing fatigue, pain, muscle and joint stiffness, and de-conditioning.
• Incontinence: Managing and preventing incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction.
• Women’s health concerns: Addressing health issues surrounding pregnancy, birth, post-partum care, breastfeeding, menopause, bedwetting, prolapsed, loss of bladder or bowel control.
• Musculoskeletal: Preventing and treating clients with musculoskeletal conditions such as neck and back pain.
• Neurological: Promoting movement and quality of life in patients who have had severe brain or spinal cord damage from trauma, or who suffer from neurological diseases such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis.
• Orthopedic: Helping patients prevent or manage acute or chronic orthopedic conditions such as arthritis and amputations.
• Pain: Managing or preventing pain and its impact on function in patients.
Physiotherapist employ a variety of techniques, depending on the nature of the injury or problem they are treating. The most common physiotherapy techniques are:
• Manual manipulation: Moving joints and soft tissue helps to improve circulation, drain fluid from the body, and relax overly tight or muscles with spasms.
• Electrical nerve stimulation: Small electrical currents delivered to affected areas helps to suppress and block pain signals to the brain.
• Acupuncture: Needles stimulate the nervous system and work to dull pain, release muscles, boost the immune system and regulate various body functions.
• Demonstration: Teaching proper movement patterns allows patients to help heal themselves.
• Functional testing: Testing a patient to assess his/her physical abilities.
• Device provision: Prescription, fabrication and application of assistive, adaptive, supportive and protective devices and equipment.