Physical therapy & Rehabilitation is the division of medicine that focuses on re- establishing complete functionality and overall health of patients after an injury. We aim to improve the overall functioning of a person through various non-surgical resources like, therapies such as exercise and manipulation, which plays a vital role in the healing and recovery process.
The department is equipped with the most advanced technology for the accurate treatment of injuries or degenerative issues. Once the nature of the problem is identified we will design individualised treatment plans that run the full gamut of manual therapy, exercises and the use of electro physical modalities to ensure you achieve full recovery as quickly as possible.
In addition to clinical practice, other aspects of physical therapist practice include research, education, consultation, and health administration. Physical therapy is provided as a primary care treatment or alongside, or in conjunction with, other medical services. In some jurisdictions, such as the United Kingdom, physical therapists have the authority to prescribe medication.
How many types of exercises are there in physiotherapy? Although each patient’s physiotherapy program is unique and tailored to the nature of their physical issues, there are three types of physiotherapy exercises commonly included in rehabilitation programs.
- SINGLE-LEG SQUATS. -Begin by standing upright on one leg.
- BRIDGE WITH BALL. -Lie down on your back with knees bent and a ball or pillow between them.
- SINGLE-LEG BRIDGE.
- DOUBLE KNEE TO CHEST.
- KNEE FULL EXTENSION EXERCISE.