Orthopaedic physiotherapy can be defined as the “backbone” from which many other physiotherapy subdisciplines are derived. In the physiotherapy service in South Kolkata, the physiotherapist work with orthopaedic physiotherapy to provide treatment in several subdisciplines such as pelvic health physiotherapy, vestibular physiotherapy, pediatric physiotherapy, arthritis care and clinical pilates. But the basis of all these specialized services is orthopaedic physiotherapy. So let us first know about orthopaedic physiotherapy.
Orthopaedic physiotherapy is a main branch of physiotherapy that focuses on to the correction of functional deficiencies or deformities of the skeletal system, especially the spine and limbs, and other associated structures, like ligaments and muscles that are attached with it.
This is where we present the word “musculoskeletal” to our discussion. Orthopaedic physiotherapists have advanced education and skills to evaluate and treat injuries and conditions that involve the skeleton (bones), muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia. Therefore, if you have a musculoskeletal problem, you can consult an orthopaedic physiotherapist in the physiotherapy service in South Kolkata.
Musculoskeletal physiotherapy is the term used to describe the field of physiotherapy, which is related to disorders of the musculoskeletal system. Musculoskeletal physiotherapy uses the basic sciences of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics as background theory in the evaluation and management of patients.
This makes sense that orthopaedic physiotherapy is the basis that physiotherapists acquire as they develop their physiotherapy practice to focus on unique areas of interest and populations.
There are often secondary limitations that affect the person’s ability to move more to burn the calories needed for weight reduction. This is commonly seen with orthopaedic problems that involve the knee or hip, which are the load joints in the body. If it hurts to put weight on the knee or hip, it would be increasingly difficult to move, which continues the cycle of a sedentary lifestyle and probably more weight gain. This is where an orthopaedic physiotherapist can intervene and help reduce pain, inflammation and joint restrictions, which facilitates movement and weight loss through exercise.
For the child and his development, orthopaedic physiotherapy is crucial to guarantee how the body develops, moves and learns to adapt to the demands of growth and sports. That simple sprained ankle needs practical treatment and positive education and exercises to get back on track so that it does not prevent other optimal parts of the body from doing their job, now and as the child grows.
Moreover, when it comes to pelvic health physiotherapy, a full orthopaedic exam is relevant to the situation. There may be postural deficits or suboptimal pelvic positioning that are affecting the ability of the pelvic organs and muscles to function properly. In the physiotherapy service in South Kolkata orthopaedic physiotherapist have skills to address these deficits that will have a positive impact on the pelvic floor.