Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function of the body parts that are affected by any type of injury, illness, or disability while reducing the future risk of pain and soreness of muscles.

Physiotherapy is a treatment method functioning on the science of movement which helps to restore, maintain and maximize physical strength, function, motion, and overall well-being of the body by addressing the underlying physical issues.

Quick Facts

  • Physiotherapy originated in Canada after World War I. 
  • Physiotherapy is used to manage severe physical injuries such as chronic pain and back pain.
  • Doctors recommend taking physiotherapy after major invasive surgeries such as Ankle surgery, hip replacement, etc. for proper initiation of the recovery. 
  • Physiotherapy is for everybody, whether you’re suffering from a severe condition or not it will help to avoid future risks.

When is physiotherapy needed?

  • Physiotherapy is helpful for all ages who are suffering from a wide range of health conditions, including parts such as,

    • Bones, joints, and soft tissue pain.
    • Back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, and sports injuries
    • Post Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and cystic fibrosis
    • Heart and circulation inconvenience

What should you expect at physiotherapy?

Each session with a physiotherapist is unique as it deals with the patient’s unique health issues and needs. Visiting a physiotherapist includes,

  • Learning about the patient’s medical history by your physiotherapist.
  • Assessment and diagnosis of the patient’s medical condition and needs.
  • A physiotherapist will help the patient to set and reach physical goals.
  • Your physiotherapist will create a treatment plan accounting for the patient’s health, lifestyle, and activities. 
  • Prescription of a course of exercises and necessary devices.