Orthopaedic physiotherapy treats musculoskeletal injuries that affect the muscles, bones, ligaments, fascia and tendons. It is suitable for medical conditions such as fractures, sprains, tendinitis, bursitis, chronic medical problems and rehabilitation or recovery from orthopaedic surgery. Patients can undergo treatment with joint mobilizations, manual therapy, strength training, mobility training and other modalities.
Geriatric physiotherapy is mainly for developed help older patients who have a problem with mobility which affects their physical function. This physiotherapy helps in curing osteoporosis, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, balance disorder, hip and joint replacement, and have problem with mobility. This type of treatment helps the patient to restore mobility, reduce pain and increase physical fitness levels.
Neurological physiotherapy is applied mainly for those people who have disorders and poor neurological conditions such as brain injury, Alzheimer’s disease, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke and spinal cord injury. The treatment may aim to increase the responsiveness of the extremities, treat paralysis and reverse increase muscle strength by reducing muscle atrophy.
Cardiovascular rehabilitation can help people who are affected by some cardiopulmonary conditions and surgical procedures. The treatment can help you in increasing physical endurance and stamina.
Pediatric physical therapy aims to diagnose, treat and control conditions affecting babies, children and adolescents, including developmental delays, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, torticollis and other conditions that affect the musculoskeletal system.
Wound care therapy can help ensure that a healing wound receives adequate oxygen and blood through better circulation. Physical therapy may include the use of manual therapies, electrical stimulation, compression therapy and wound care.
Vestibular therapy aims to treat the balance problems that may result from the conditions of the inner ear. Vestibular physiotherapy involves a series of exercises and manual techniques that can help patients regain their normal balance and coordination.
Decongestive therapy can help drain fluid accumulated in patients with lymphedema and other conditions that involve fluid accumulation.
Pelvic floor rehabilitation can help treat urinary or faecal incontinence, urinary urgency and pelvic pain in men and women as a result of injury or surgery, or due to certain conditions.