What Is Orthopaedic Physiotherapy?
This is a branch of physiotherapy that deals with the treatment of injuries or disorders of the skeletal system and associated muscles, joints, and ligaments. Orthopedic Physiotherapy is a medical science that follows Evidence-Based Guidelines. Initially, the physiotherapist will perform a clinical examination and this is followed by appropriate treatment. It is important to get to the source of the problem and prevent it from happening again. The goal of the orthopedic physiotherapist is to provide pain relief, increase joint width, improve strength and flexibility and restore the patient to full function.
Orthopedic conditions that we treat in a physio company include:
• Ligament Strain, Sprain or Depression
• Recovery of Fractures
• Inflammation of the muscles or Bursa
• Osteo - Arthritis
• Rheumatoid - Arthritis
• Ankylosing Spondylitis
• Surgical Reconstruction of Hip, Shoulder, Knee, and Foot/ankle
Pre-surgical Physiotherapy can help to strengthen the patient physically and emotionally. In the case of integrated physiotherapy, it can help maintain and improve the range of motion before surgery and educate the client about its recovery after surgery. This will help the client to recover from surgery at a faster rate. After orthopedic surgery, our team of physiotherapists will be in close contact with your surgeon to follow the recommended clinical routine.
Physio Treatment for Orthopedics may include the following:
Manual therapy: This is a carefully planned program to move the joints to reduce pain and restore normal joint mobility. It involves motivation, deception, and other related strategies.
Massage-Techniques: range from light pressure relief to deep friction massage to scar tissue rupture in a muscle or line.
Ultrasound Therapy: An ultrasonic device that produces ultrasonic waves that are transmitted to the affected area using a driving gel. This results in a micro-massage effect that promotes circulation, reduces pain and increases muscle strength, and helps muscle relaxation. It is very helpful in treating soft tissue injuries.
Interferential Therapy: This is an electrical current that is delivered to the injured part by 2 or 4 electrodes. It sends two disturbing currents to the part of the body that the patient feels like nails and needles. It can be used to relieve pain. Reduce inflammation and increase the healing process.
Neuromuscular Stimulation: A flexible electrical device used using electrodes to strengthen extremely weak muscles. This is very helpful following knee surgery to strengthen the muscles that support the knee. The portable version is now available for rent or purchase.
Dry-needling: This is a western medicine and involves the insertion of fine needles into dysfunctional muscles. A dry needle works by altering the way your body feels pain and helping the body heal its early points. Myofascial trigger points are tender nodules within the taut muscles of the muscle. There are electrical and biochemical changes associated with the dry needle that help in the healing process.
Acupuncture: This is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine. It involves the insertion of fine needles. It can be used to treat a variety of conditions. In place of orthopedic physiotherapy is used to reduce pain and normal movement. Recommends alternative therapies for physiotherapy.
Tap to get integrated support/alignment. This will reduce pain and facilitate normal movement.
Exercise Program: Home Exercise is scientifically designed to help with your posture, improve your spine and joints, strengthen and strengthen the muscles that support your bones. This is an important part of your journey back to perfect health.
Pre-existing injuries or complications are resolved when you will soon recover. We have a variety of treatments that are used to relieve pain and help recovery. If you have problems that need treatment please contact us.
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