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Physical therapy, also known as physiotherapy, profession whose objective is to enhance movement and potential in persons with compromised physical functioning. Professionals within the field are referred as physical therapists. Often, persons who undergo physiotherapy have experienced a decrease in quality of life as a result of physical impairments or functional limitations caused by disease or injury. Individuals who often are in need of physiotherapy include those with back pain, elderly persons with arthritis or balance problems, injured athletes, infants with developmental disabilities, and persons who have had severe burns, strokes, or spinal cord injuries.. Individuals with limb deficiencies are taught to use prosthetic replacement devices.

  • Track 1-1Stroke physical therapy
  • Track 1-2Multiple sclerosis physical therapy
  • Track 1-3Cerebral palsy physical therapy

Physiotherapy is framed for being an incredibly multi-faced discipline, so it can be difficult to actually know when to expect when heading into treatment. Physiotherapy helps enhancing mobility and physical potential for a patient through a chain of treatments that are customized to each patient’s need. Physiotherapist will likely use a combination of exercises and techniques

  • Track 2-1Range of Motion (ROM) Exercises
  • Track 2-2Soft Tissue Mobilization
  • Track 2-3Electrotherapy
  • Track 2-4Kinesio Taping
  • Track 2-5Therapeutic Ultrasound

There is also a robust association between psychological state conditions and other people reporting multiple pain sites. Not all physiotherapists realize that psychological state is all the business of physiotherapy. However, it's well illustrated within the following quotation: ‘no health without mental health'.

As health care providers, physiotherapists also are involved within the prevention and promotion of health, including psychological state with frail psychological state, chronic musculoskeletal disorders, chronic pain and psychosomatic disorders. In addition to those conditions, more severe physical diseases like cardiovascular diseases, paralysis, atrophic arthritis , hypertension, DM , metabolic syndrome, asthma, asthma/chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD), cerebrovascular diseases (stroke), obesity, epilepsy, cancer and other diseases are frequently accompanied with a ‘rollercoaster’ of emotions, feelings of hysteria and pain

  • Track 3-1To improve [physiotherapy] mental health care
  • Track 3-2To organize specific [physiotherapy] care for different
  • Track 3-3To ensure access to primary [physiotherapy] care for people with mental health problems
  • Track 3-4To provide treatment in ‘community‐based [physiotherapy] services for persons with severe mental health problems

Prior to scheduled surgery (Hip, Knee, Ankle) you’ll be assessed to a registered physiotherapist for a preoperative examination and preoperative treatment/intervention plan. Purpose of this visit is to urge a baseline of data including the situation and severity of your pain, your functional abilities, your strength, the available range of motion of each knee, and your breathing pattern

  • Track 4-1Pre-operative treatment allows to have a speedy recovery from any orthopedic surgeries
  • Track 4-2Post-Operative Physiotherapy Treatment Physiotherapy treatments are often provided after the surgery in order to help decrease stiffness and pain

Physiotherapy has evolved tons since its beginning era. Earlier it had been a neighborhood rehabilitation with merely two broad sector, namely electrotherapy and exercise therapy. However, with time there are many other sectors of interest within the field of physiotherapy.

  • Track 5-1Movement based
  • Track 5-2Effect of weightlessness on our body systems
  • Track 5-3Ergonomics
  • Track 5-4Biomechanical study and analysis of human motion
  • Track 5-5Sports physiotherapy and exercise rehabilitation

Athletes might seek help from a sports psychologist for help in getting over a mental hurdle that's impeding performance or for temper issues. However, sports psychology isn't only for athletes with a drag. It is a feasible element of any athlete’s sports performance training. Plus, the results of sports psychology treatments are effective off the sector too. The mental techniques your sports psychologist helps you develop are often useful at work or home.

  • Track 6-1Pressure
  • Track 6-2Performance
  • Track 6-3Sport Psychology

Physiotherapists (Physical Therapists) and other clinicians often have direct contact with patients, which make them susceptible to the transmission of infectious diseases. It is therefore very important for physiotherapists and other health professionals to be familiar with COVID-19 and how to prevent its transmission, and understand how they can be involved in workforce planning. They must use their professional judgment to determine when, where, and how to provide care, with the understanding this is not always the optimal environment for care, for anyone involved. At the same time, consideration must be given to the fact that our profession plays a crucial role in the health of our society, and there are people in our communities whose health will be significantly impacted by disruptions to care.

  • Track 7-1Stay current
  • Track 7-2Minimize exposure in your setting
  • Track 7-3Get involved in workforce planning
  • Track 7-4Get educated - all staff should be trained

Sports and Exercise Physiotherapists are engaged in prevention and management of injuries that happens from sport and exercise participation at all ages and at all levels of ability. These expertise physiotherapists provide proof-based guidance on safe participation in sport and exercise.

  • Track 8-1Injury treatment
  • Track 8-2Injury prevention
  • Track 8-3Rehabilitation
  • Track 8-4Performance enhancement

Sports medicine healthcare providers have special training to revive function to injured patients in order that they can get cracking again as soon as possible. They have expertise in preventing illness and injury in people that are active.

Sports medicine isn't a medicine in itself. Most medicine healthcare providers are certified in general medicine, medicine, family practice, or another specialty. Not all but some medicine healthcare providers have surgical training, as well, usually as orthopedic surgeons.

  • Track 9-1Physical therapist- They help people readapt and recover from injuries
  • Track 9-2Certified athletic trainers- These trainers help in providing rehab exercise routines to help patients regain strength. They also develop conditioning programs to stop future injury.
  • Track 9-3Nutritionists- They may help with weight loss or weight gain. They can provide dietary advice to help people improve their physical functioning.

Cases in which other treatments are supported doctor refer you to a physical therapist. In the process of healing, your doctor may suggest physiotherapy for preventive, restorative, or pain management procedures.

In other cases, the patients themselves could also be conscious of their weaknesses, like stiffness within the neck and shoulder, and seek therapy on their own. People of all ages can improve their health for an extended list of diseases treated by physiotherapy.

  • Track 10-1Arthroscopy, Lymphedema, Back and Neck Pain, Cerebral Palsy, Dizziness
  • Track 10-2Foot Pain, Fractures and Dislocations, Knee Pain, Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

Pregnancy and childbirth can bring great joy, but they will even be hard on your body. Doing simple exercises and forming healthy habits can assist you deal with many of the changes to your body. It also can help reduce injuries and problems within the future.

In pregnancy, body changes, muscles stretch, especially those in your abdomen and your pelvic floor. Also, ligaments soften. Ligaments connect bone to bone and supply vital support for your joints. To help take care of your body during pregnancy, and to recover after childbirth, simple exercises are often wont to assist you strengthen these muscles.

  • Track 11-1Abdominal exercises
  • Track 11-2Pelvic floor
  • Track 11-3Back care

Palliative care is a practice discipline, which involves accelerating and life-threatening illnesses such as cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, motor neuron disease and multiple sclerosis, each of which can benefit from the engagement of physiotherapy.

Palliative care improves quality of life by providing pain relief and management of distressing and debilitating symptoms for patients with a life-expectancy illness, and their families.

 In oncology, palliative care takes over when cure is not possible or probable. Palliative care has holistic focus and refers to the active inter-disciplinary care of the total person including the physical, social, psychosocial and spiritual needs of the person and cares. It also encompasses the bereavement period.

The physiotherapist has an extensive role to play in palliative oncology, beginning early with rehabilitation and continuing as a team member into hospice care. Physiotherapists have large preventative, educative and supportive roles to play well as providing independent and complementary therapies for physical debility and pain.

  • Track 12-1Palliative care
  • Track 12-2Physiotherapy in Oncology

Physiotherapy is a method that concentrates on the science of movement and helps people to reestablish, maintain and enhances their physical strength, function, motion and overall health by working physically on physical disability.

  • Track 13-1Hypnosis,
  • Track 13-2Phototherapy
  • Track 13-3Thermal treatment
  • Track 13-4Treatment by mechanical effects.

Palliative Medicare is an expert in musculoskeletal dysfunction and can work with you to assist you optimize function and supply pain relief during this important time in your life.

 Women suffer from incontinence. Effects of Incontinence can be seen in 15% of all adults and 26% of all women of age 30-59. At present, 15-25 million Americans suffer with incontinence.

Knee joint pains in overweight and arthritis, commonest are osteoarthritis and Low Back Pain both of which are treatable occurs mostly within the age of forties and hence is a common dysfunction for all the ladies of this age.

Pregnancy related pelvis disorder occurs in 60-70% of girls during their gestation. The pelvis is defined because the Palliative Sedation and therefore the pubic syphilis (the joint within the front of the pelvis). Up to 40% of girls reporting back pain during pregnancy still report pain within the postpartum period.

  • Track 14-1Knee Joint Pains
  • Track 14-2Over weight
  • Track 14-3Arthritis

Neurological physiotherapy is the treatment of people with mobility and performance disorders that arises from problems related to body’s nervous and neuromuscular system. These conditions often evident themselves as muscle weakness, poor balance and coordination, uncontrolled spasm and tremors, loss of function and decreased sensation. Acute neurological conditions, like a stroke, spinal injury or traumatic brain injury, often present to hospital for immediate treatment. Depending on your symptoms and condition, your doctor may request physiotherapy treatment while you're in hospital. Common neurological conditions include:


  • Track 15-1Functional Neurological Disorders
  • Track 15-2Stroke, CVA or TIA
  • Track 15-3Spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries