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What do physiotherapists do?

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Physiotherapists are highly trained health professionals who provide treatment for people suffering from physical problems arising from injury, disease, illness and ageing. Many people may be of the opinion that physiotherapists mainly work with back and sports related injuries, but they would be very mistaken

The prime activities of any physiotherapist is get your body moving to the best of your functional capacity,eleminating pain. Using a mix of hands-on treatments like manual therapies to stretch stiff joints & muscles to therapeutic massages to loosen tight muscles to using machines and equipment to address pain related issues. Physiotherapists assists not only to diagnose the main reason behind the pain but also work towards complete elimination of pain from your body system so that you can lead a normal, healthy and pain free life.


Access and analyze your mobility, strength and endurance relative to the effect of illness, disability, injury and inactivity.
Develop a specific treatment plan based on their assessment and your goals to restore movement and reduce limitations, including pain.
Prescribe and demonstrate specific therapeutic exercises, monitor your progress over time, and adjust your treatment according to the needs and preferences.
Prepare you for independence with advice on how to manage the condition, including education on complications and prevention of a recurring problem. 
Physiotherapists treat a broad range of conditions that affect the musculoskeletal, circulatory, respiratory and nervous systems.
Physiotherapists are committed to improving their techniques through clinical trial research. Actively researching and measuring treatment techniques allow physiotherapists to validate their approach and continually enhance the quality of clinical care. 
In addition, practicing physiotherapists actively continue their education to keep up to date on the latest treatments and technologies. Because you have specific needs, you can refer to recognized experts. 
From incontinence management to neurological rehabilitation to the management of respiratory disorders to the full range of musculoskeletal conditions, you will find a physiotherapist with the required specialized knowledge and hands-on skill.