What is the technology of a physiotherapist?


Physiotherapists study the science of motion. They learn to identify the causes of injuries.

When should I go to see a physiotherapist?

Consider getting physiotherapy if you have an injury or chronic pain that affects the way you work every day. The doctor may refer you to physiotherapy after surgery like a hip replacement, or an occasion like an attack or stroke.


If you propose to use insurance to assist buy physiotherapy, remember to go to your insurance company's website to form sure the physiotherapist is roofed. If the physiotherapist is not covered by that insurance company you will not be able to use your benefits and you will have to pay all the medical expenses.


What problems treat physiotherapists?


Physiotherapists focus on both prevention and rehabilitation. Treatment may be for complications caused by injury, disease, or disability. Here are some examples:

  • Neck and back pain caused by muscle and bone problems

  • Problems with bones, joints, tissues, and muscles, such as arthritis and postoperative effects

  • Lung problems such as asthma

  • Disability due to heart problems

  • Pelvic problems, like bladder and bowel problems associated with childbirth

  • Loss of mobility due to the brain or spinal cord injury, or due to illnesses such as Parkinson's disease and multiple sclerosis

  • Fatigue, pain, swelling, stiffness, and loss of muscle strength, for example during cancer treatment, or palliative care


What can I expect from physiotherapy?

Your session will be different because it is about you and your specific needs. Usually, this is what happens:

  • The physiotherapist learns about your medical history

  • A physiotherapist diagnoses and diagnoses your condition

  • You get a treatment plan that sets your goals

  • You are prescribed a course of exercise and any necessary assistive devices

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