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9th International Conference and Expo on Physiotherapies, Physical Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine, will be organized around the theme “Innovative ways for practicing physiotherapy and impact in health and life style”

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By physically addressing physical disabilities, physiotherapy is a technique that focuses on the science of movement and aids in helping patients reestablish, maintain, and improve their physical strength, function, motion, and general  health.

  • Track 1-1Hypnosis
  • Track 1-2Phototherapy
  • Track 1-3Arthroscopy
  • Track 1-4Thermal therapy, and treatment through mechanical impacts are all examples of artificial physiotherapy

The act of manipulating specific acupuncture points on the superficial skin, subcutaneous tissue, and muscles is known as acupuncture. The human body has up to 2,000 acupuncture sites, which are connected by 12 major meridians in TCM. Between the skin and the body's internal organs, these meridians transport energy, or "Qi." By stimulating sites along 14 energy lines, acupuncture aims to open up the body's life force, or "chi," and allow it to flow more freely. Some researchers think that the needles trigger the body to release endorphins, which are natural painkillers. They also think that the needles may increase blood flow and alter brain activity.

  • Track 2-1Electronic stimulation of acupuncture
  • Track 2-2 Sonopuncture
  • Track 2-3Acupuncture for trigger points
  • Track 2-4Scalp acupuncture
  • Track 2-5A new look at Korean hand acupuncture
  • Track 2-6Acupuncture used in Japan
  • Track 2-7Mandarin acupuncture

A sports psychologist may be consulted by athletes for assistance in overcoming a mental barrier that is hampering performance or for difficulties with their behavior. Sports psychology is not just for players with a drag, though. It is a doable component of any athlete's training for sports performance. Additionally, the effects of sports psychology therapy extend outside of the field. You can frequently apply the mental strategies your sports psychologist helps you acquire at work or at home.

  • Track 3-1Performance
  • Track 3-2Under Pressure

Chest physiotherapy is a series of physical therapies that help you breathe easier by enhancing lung function. Chest physical therapy, or CPT, helps to improve drainage of heavy lung secretions, strengthen breathing muscles, and expand the lungs.

Diseases like CF and COPD are treated with chest physical therapy (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). Additionally, it prevents pneumonia after surgery and during periods of immobilization by keeping the lungs free. Different forms of chest physical therapy are frequently combined by healthcare professionals, including:

  • Track 4-1Chest percussion and vibration
  • Track 4-2Controlled coughing techniques
  • Track 4-3Deep breathing exercises
  • Track 4-4Incentive spirometry
  • Track 4-5Positioning and turning from side to side
  • Track 4-6Postural drainage

Additionally, there is a strong correlation between psychological state conditions and the presence of many pain sites in other people. Not all physiotherapists are aware that the entire focus of physiotherapy is psychological state. But the following quote, "No health without mental health," aptly illustrates that.

Physiotherapists are involved in the prevention and promotion of health as healthcare professionals, which includes mental health with weak mental health, chronic musculoskeletal problems, chronic pain, and psychosomatic disorders. Along with these conditions, more serious physical conditions like cardiovascular diseases, paralysis, atrophic arthritis, hypertension, diabetes mellitus (DM), metabolic syndrome, asthma, asthma/chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cerebrovascular diseases (stroke), obesity, epilepsy, cancer, and other conditions frequently come with a "rollercoaster" of emotions, feelings of hysteria, and pain.

  • Track 5-1Physiotherapy mental health care should be improved
  • Track 5-2To arrange particular [physiotherapy] care for various
  • Track 5-3To ensure that individuals with mental health issues have access to primary [physiotherapy] care
  • Track 5-4Physiotherapy mental health care should be improved
  • Track 5-5To arrange particular [physiotherapy] care for various
  • Track 5-6To ensure that individuals with mental health issues have access to primary [physiotherapy] care

The objective is to train nursing and healthcare professionals so they can participate fully in prevention, treatment, nursing, and rehabilitation at all levels of health and social care. Their knowledge is based on research on social and health services as well as protection and rehabilitation of individual, family, community, and public health.

  • Track 6-1Discreet Arthritis
  • Track 6-2Inflammation in the joints Virus-Related Arthritis
  • Track 6-3Virus-Related Arthritis
  • Track 6-4Physiotherapy assistants support patients, whether they are children or adults, in managing their physical discomfort and regaining or improving their mobility. They perform their duties under the direction of physiotherapists in a variety of settings, in

People with mobility and performance issues that result from issues with the body's nerve and neuromuscular system are treated with neurological physiotherapy. These diseases frequently manifest as loss of function, diminished feeling, uncontrollable spasms and tremors, impaired balance and coordination, and muscle weakness. Acute neurological diseases that require emergency care, such as a stroke, spinal cord injury, or traumatic brain damage, frequently present to hospitals. Physiotherapy treatment while you're in the hospital could be requested by your doctor, depending on your symptoms and health.

Typical neurological ailments include:

  • Track 7-1Disorders of the functional nervous system
  • Track 7-2TIA, CVA, or stroke
  • Track 7-3Traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries
  • Track 7-4A number of sclerosis
  • Track 7-5Disorders of the functional nervous system
  • Track 7-6TIA, CVA, or stroke
  • Track 7-7Traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries
  • Track 7-8A number of sclerosis

You will be evaluated by a licensed physiotherapist for a preoperative assessment and preoperative treatment/intervention plan prior to your scheduled surgery (Hip, Knee, Ankle). The goal of this appointment is to collect baseline data on your pain, functional abilities, strength, range of motion in each knee, and breathing pattern. This baseline data will include your pain status and intensity.

Preoperative care enables quick recovery from all orthopedic procedures.

Post-Operative Physical Therapy Following surgery, physiotherapy sessions are frequently given to assist reduce stiffness and pain.

Exercise and Sports At all ages and skill levels, physiotherapists are involved in the prevention and treatment of injuries that result from participation in sport and exercise. These knowledgeable physiotherapists offer advice on safe exercise and sport participation that is supported by research.

Players have a clear but incomplete comprehension of the sports physiotherapist's job description. They perceive the sports physiotherapist as having a special focus on injuries.

  • Track 9-1Treatment of injuries
  • Track 9-2Injury avoidance
  • Track 9-3Rehabilitation
  • Track 9-4Improvements in performance
  • Track 9-5Treatment of injuries
  • Track 9-6Injury avoidance
  • Track 9-7Rehabilitation
  • Track 9-8Improvements in performance

A practice area known as palliative care deals with rapidly progressing and fatal diseases such cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, motor neuron disease, and multiple sclerosis. Physiotherapy can be helpful in each of these conditions.Palliative care helps patients with life-limiting illnesses, as well as their families, by relieving pain and managing painful and incapacitating symptoms.

Palliative care is used in oncology when a cure is either unlikely or impossible. Palliative care has a holistic focus and is defined as the active, multidisciplinary care of the whole individual, taking into account their bodily, social, psychological, and spiritual needs. It also includes the grieving process.The role of the physiotherapist in palliative oncology is vast, starting with early rehabilitation and extending as a team member through hospice care. Physiotherapists serve important preventative, educational, and supportive roles in addition to offering independent and complementary treatments for pain and physical infirmity.

Although they can be extremely joyful experiences, pregnancy and labor can be taxing on the body. Simple exercises and the development of healthy habits can help you cope with many of your body's changes. Future injuries and issues can also be lessened with its assistance.

Your body changes throughout pregnancy, and your muscles, particularly those in your belly and pelvic floor, stretch. Additionally, ligaments sag. Ligaments provide crucial support for your joints by joining bones together. Simple workouts are frequently recommended to help you develop these muscles to help take care of your body throughout pregnancy and to recover after childbirth.

  • Track 11-1Exercises for the abdomen
  • Track 11-2Genital floor
  • Track 11-3Rear care

It can be challenging to actually know what to expect when beginning treatment because physiotherapy is positioned as an extremely multifaceted science. Through a series of treatments that are specifically tailored to each patient's needs, physiotherapy aids in improving a patient's mobility and physical potential. A physiotherapist will probably combine several workouts and methods, such as...

  • Track 12-1Exercises for Range of Motion (ROM)
  • Track 12-2Therapeutic ultrasound and kinesiotaping
  • Track 12-3Heat Therapy and Cryotherapy
  • Track 12-4Electrotherapy
  • Track 12-5Mobilization of Soft Tissue
  • Track 12-6Exercises for Range of Motion (ROM)
  • Track 12-7Therapeutic ultrasound and kinesiotaping
  • Track 12-8Heat Therapy and Cryotherapy
  • Track 12-9Electrotherapy
  • Track 12-10Mobilization of Soft Tissue
  • Track 12-11Therapeutic ultrasound and kinesiotaping

The goal of physical therapy, commonly referred to as physiotherapy, is to improve movement and potential in people with reduced physical functioning. Physical therapists are the name given to experts in the subject. People who receive physiotherapy frequently have worse quality of life due to physical impairments or functional limits brought on by illness or injury. Back pain sufferers, older people with arthritis or balance issues, wounded athletes, children with developmental disabilities, and people who have suffered from serious burns, strokes, or spinal cord injuries are among those who frequently require physiotherapy. People who lack a limb are trained how to use prosthetic replacements.

Physical therapists (PTs) and other clinicians frequently come into touch with patients, putting them at risk of spreading infectious infections. It is crucial that physiotherapists and other healthcare professionals are aware of COVID-19, know how to stop its spread, and know how to get part in workforce planning. They must use their professional judgment to choose when, when, and how to deliver care while keeping in mind that sometimes this is not the best setting for everyone involved. At the same time, it is important to take into account that our line of work is vital to the wellbeing of our community and that care disruptions will have a substantial negative impact on the health of some members of our communities.

Key points to remember:

  • Track 14-1Reduce exposure in your environment
  • Track 14-2Participate in workforce planning
  • Track 14-3Get educated; all employees should receive training

Sports medicine medical professionals receive specialized training to restore function to injured patients so they can resume their normal activities as soon as possible. They are experts at shielding physically active people from disease and harm.

A medicine in and of itself, sports medicine is not. The majority of medical professionals are board-certified in family practice, general medicine, or another field. Some doctors who practice medicine also have surgical training; often, they are orthopedic surgeons.

Other specialists who are not medical professionals may accompany a medicine healthcare practitioner to give care:

  • Track 15-1Physical therapists: They aid in injury recovery and readjustment
  • Track 15-2 Nutritionists: They could aid in weight increase or loss. To assist people in enhancing their physical performance, they might offer food recommendations.
  • Track 15-3Physical therapists: They aid in injury recovery and readjustment.
  • Track 15-4Nutritionists: They could aid in weight increase or loss. To assist people in enhancing their physical performance, they might offer food recommendations.

Obesity is characterized by an excessive buildup of adipose tissue in the body as a result of eating more than is necessary for energy. The BMI should be used to categorize obesity, and if your BMI is over 30 kg/m, you are considered obese. As experts in exercise, physiotherapists share the global concern over the obesity epidemic, which is affecting both adults and children.

In order to prevent and treat obesity, there are two key therapies.

The latter strategy has received significant support from physical therapists. Exercise as a method of lowering obesity (i.e., reducing fat mass) and its associated advantages might be discussed by physiotherapists. In many cases, being fit is linked to better clinical results, such as a decreased risk of metabolic disease, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer's disease, inflammation, and many other diseases.

  • Track 16-1Optimal dietary needs
  • Track 16-2Increased physical activity and exercise
  • Track 16-3Optimal dietary needs
  • Track 16-4Increased physical activity and exercise

Since the era of its inception, physiotherapy has greatly advanced. It used to be a local rehabilitation program with just two major areas of focus: electrotherapy and exercise therapy. Over time, there have been numerous other areas of interest in the profession of physiotherapy.

Different areas of the physiotherapy industry that have grown in prominence throughout time include;

  • Track 17-1Effects of weightlessness on our body systems based on movement
  • Track 17-2 Ergonomics
  • Track 17-3Physical therapy for athletes and exercise rehabilitation
  • Track 17-4Effects of weightlessness on our body systems based on movement
  • Track 17-5Ergonomics
  • Track 17-6Physical therapy for athletes and exercise rehabilitation

Low Back Pain Treatment In this crucial period of your life, Medicare, a specialist in musculoskeletal problems, may collaborate with you to help you maximize function and get pain relief.

For women, incontinence is a problem. 15% of adults and 26% of women between the ages of 30 and 59 experience the effects of incontinence. 15 to 25 million Americans currently experience incontinence.

Osteoarthritis and low back pain, which are both manageable and frequent among overweight and arthritis-affected knee joints, primarily affect people in their forties, making them a common dysfunction for all women in this age group.

60% to 70% of girls experience pelvic disorders connected to pregnancy during their gestation. Palliative sedation and consequently pubic syphilis define the pelvis (the joint within the front of the pelvis). Up to 40% of pregnant ladies who experienced back discomfort continue to have it after giving birth.

  • Track 18-1Pain in Knee Joints
  • Track 18-2 Excess weight
  • Track 18-3 Arthritis
  • Track 18-4Osteoarthritis

Yoga has a significant influence on traditional physical treatment. Yoga helps with physical, mental, and spiritual wellness by including breathing techniques, meditation, and self-reflection. Because it can be adjusted to match any age, condition, and physical ability, its popularity has grown over time.

According to recent research, yoga may help heal many muscles simultaneously when used in conjunction with traditional physical therapy, which could hasten recovery time, improve muscle movement, and sharpen mental focus. As we learn more about the benefits of those two seemingly unrelated facets of health, we begin to recognize how much more the combination of the two extends beyond increasing strength and flexibility.

  • Track 19-1Vinyasa Yoga
  • Track 19-2Power Yoga
  • Track 19-3Bikram Yoga
  • Track 19-4Iyengar Yoga
  • Track 19-5Yin Yoga
  • Track 19-6Ashtanga Yoga
  • Track 19-7Hatha Yoga
  • Track 19-8Vinyasa Yoga
  • Track 19-9Restorative Yoga
  • Track 19-10Power Yoga
  • Track 19-11Bikram Yoga
  • Track 19-12Iyengar Yoga
  • Track 19-13 Yin Yoga
  • Track 19-14 Ashtanga Yoga
  • Track 19-15Hatha Yoga
  • Track 19-16Restorative Yoga