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What is Scope of practice?

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Here are some of the ways physiotherapy can help through therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, electrical modalities and a range of techniques.  
Treat and manage neck and back pain and other joint injuries
Address physical challenges associated with pain, arthritis, repetitive strain injury, (such as tennis elbow), etc. 
Treat sports injuries and provide advice on prevention and recurrence 
Provide post surgical rehabilitation including joint replacement & general surgery conditions , Post  Fracture stiffness 
Maximize mobility with neurological disorders such as stroke, and spinal cord injury .
Treat children with paediatric conditions such as developmental delay, fractures and cardio respiratory conditions  
Assist in the management of incontinence.
Provide pre- and post-natal care and other women’s health conditions.
Help manage the physical complications of cancer and its treatment  
Treat and manage respiratory and cardiac conditions and provide cardiac rehabilitation following a heart attack or cardiac surgery.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE:-
Amputees.
Arthritis
Breast Health;- Lymphatic Drainage
Cardio-Respiratory
Chronic Pain
Diabetes
Ergonomics
Gerontology
Home Visits
Hydrotherapy
Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS)
Incontinence
Industrial Health *Functional Capacity Evaluation
Functional Capacity Evaluation Work Conditioning  Joint Replacement Rehabilitation
Lymphatic Drainage
McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy *Certified Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy
Neurology
Orthopaedics
Orthotics Assessment/Prescription
Osteoporosis
Paediatrics
Peri-natal Care
Research
Rheumatology
Spinal Manipulation
Sports Injury
athletic injury assessment and Treatment
TMJ
Vestibular/Vertigo Disorders
Whiplash Associated Disorders
Women’s Health