Physiotherapy over Surgery and Medication
Physiotherapy is the treatment you can choose over medication or surgery to treat injury, disorder or diseases through physical methods, like, exercise, massage, manipulation, and other practice. Even though many may think that physiotherapy mainly works for back and sports-related injury, but, the truth is, physiotherapy can decrease the suffering from a physical problem arising from injury, disease, aging, and illness. Physiotherapists perform physiotherapy as prescribe by a Physical Medicine specialist who are highly trained professionals, and they work in a variety of environments, such as, hospitals, clinics, private practices, rehabilitation centers, sports clubs, schools, fitness centers and in the workplace.
How Physiotherapy Works?
A physiotherapist can treat or give therapy as per Physical Medicine Specialist‘s prescription to:
- Adult/Children with cerebral palsy
- Pregnant women
- Premature babies
- People undergoing rehabilitation
- The elderly who are trying to become fitter
- People with heart disease, stroke, and major surgery
WHEN DO WE NEED PHYSIOTHERAPY?
Physiotherapy, a degree based healthcare system, can be recommended to improve a range of conditions. For example:
- Neurological: This particular type of therapy cures the effects of This specific type of treatment cures the effects of stroke, multiple sclerosis along with along with Parkinson’s disease.
- Neuromusculoskeletal: This is: This is used to help patients with used to help patients with back pain and sports injury on a large scale. But, it works perfectly for the patients who suffer from it works perfectly for the patients who have arthritis and whiplash associated disorder.
- Cardiovascular: This therapy revives the patients from: This therapy revives patients from chronic heart disease and rehabilitation after a heart attack
- Respiratory: This kind of treatment can cure the effects of The effects of asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and cystic fibrosis can be cured by this kind of treatment.
TYPES OF THERAPIES:
Your physiotherapist will select the best suitable treatment for you from the full range of different types of physiotherapy. For example:
- Manual therapy: this includes joint manipulation and mobilization (which provides for spinal mobilization), manual resistance training and stretching
- Exercise programs: muscle strengthening, posture re-training, cardiovascular stretching, and instructions are include.
- Electrotherapy techniques: which consists of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), laser therapy, diathermy, and ultrasound.
An injury can cause by many underlying factors, like constant back pain is caused by bad posture, over-weight or even following a bad technique while playing a sport. In these cases, a physiotherapist not only treats the back pain but also, addresses the other factors too. This approach prevents the injury from happening again.
Studies suggest that manual therapy might give you relief from back pain in the short term. Especially, if the physical activity is increasing at the same time. But, it is not clear how long the effect lasts. Manual therapy can sometimes have side effects, such as sore muscles and temporary stiff joints and pains.
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