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PHYSIOTHERAPY & MANUAL THERAPY

PHYSIOTHERAPY & MANUAL THERAPY

What is Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is generally referred to as the treatment of injuries, and to restore the normal functionality and mobility of affected body parts.  The physical therapy mainly deals with spine-related problems along with neck, shoulder, leg, and back pains. It covers sprains, strains and other soft tissue injuries that occurred by falling, twisting, sudden movement or trauma. The objective of physiotherapy is to prevent injury and to ensure the fitness and health of patients in a good state.

The physiotherapists are experts in the treatment and diagnosis of muscle and joint problems. Our team of physical therapists carefully examine the patient’s problems and help them by exercises, therapy, consultation, and medication (If needed). We ensure to maintain the health of people of all age groups, and aid to relieve pain and prevent from injury. We use advanced physical therapy techniques to achieve successful outcomes.

The importance of physiotherapy is not limited to a certain extent, however, there are various exercises to ensure the well-being of patients. We use advanced physical therapy techniques to achieve successful outcomes in a short span of time.

We use the following techniques:

  • Joint manipulation & mobilization
  • Muscle stretching and massage
  • Soft Tissue Techniques
  • Physiotherapy Instrument Mobilisation (PIM)

Manual Therapy

Our physiotherapists use manual physical therapy to treat various injuries including the spine injury. We aim to restore the functionality of the affected body parts as soon as possible. Therefore we use the best manual therapy practices.  The core idea of this therapy is to deliver physical therapy by means of hands without any device or machine. While applying manual therapy we put gentle pressure on affected areas such as muscle tissues and joints. The objective of manual therapy is to reduce the pain which is caused by muscle tension or joint dysfunction.