Physiotherapy is multi-dimensional and can treat a tremendous variety of conditions. Primary focus of this treatment is on the restoration and rehabilitation of the circulatory and musculo skeletal systems; it can, however be used to treat conditions as diverse as sports injuries, arthritis and respiratory problems.
Back ache is the most common muscular pain, which affects a high percentage of people. Physiotherapy can reduce pain, ease stiffness, and encourage blood flow to the muscles.
Aches and pains are common, when following a frantic and physically demanding period of exertion. Sports players often have physiotherapy treatment to ease aches and stiffness as well as increase flexibility. In case of injury physiotherapy can facilitate the healing and rehabilitation process.
Aged people are more likely to develop arthritis which affects the joints and can reduce mobility. Physiotherapy helps to ease the joints stiffness, increase blood flow to the muscles and enhance the range of physical movement. Physiotherapy also helps in building strength. The exercises are often gentle for aged people who are usually more fragile.
Cystic fibrosis, a condition that primarily affects the lungs and digestive system can be helped by physiotherapy. Often physiotherapists tells to perform exercises which help to clear the chest and ease breathing. Physiotherapy can also control pain and improve posture which will usually make it easier to breathe. Patients suffering from other conditions including asthma, pneumonia and lung cancer may also benefit from physiotherapy.
Recovery and rehabilitation both the processes are instrumental to the well being of a patient especially in the case of a serious accident or a complex medical problem.
Cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programmes are carried out by physiotherapists to improve circulation, build muscle strength and restore normal bodily functions. In cases where a person has experienced a serious accident it may be necessary to learn how to walk, sit up, move and turn over again which will require long period of intensive physiotherapy.
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