Physio therapy

Introduction :

Physiotherapy is a specialist mechanic for the human body. A physiotherapist is a university trained medical professional who uses natural physical approaches to promote, maintain and restore your well-being so that you can perform and enjoy your chosen sport, work or everyday activities.

A physiotherapist's trainied includes a thorough study of the human body, particularly the muscle and joint system. It involves studying anatomy, neuroanatomy, physiology, psychology, medical conditions, musculoskeletal conditions, exercise prescription and electrotherapy. Physiotherapy is a science-based methodology that is constantly evolving as new research discovers better ways to treat your body. Your physiotherapist will use their expert knowledge of the human body and highly specialised skills to help restore your aching, stiff and dysfunctional muscles and joints back to health.

Physiotherapists are highly skilled in Sports, Musculoskeletal, Ergonomics and Spinal Injury Rehabilitation. Physical therapy is the service provided only by, or under the direction and supervision of, a physical therapist. It includes examination/assessment, evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis/plan, intervention/treatment and re-examination.

Examination / Assessment :

The examination of individuals or groups with actual or potential impairments, activity limitations, participation restrictions or abilities/disabilities by history-taking, screening and the use of specific tests and measures

The evaluation of the results of the examination and/or the environment through analysis and synthesis within a process of clinical reasoning to determine the facilitators and barriers to optimal human functioning -

Diagnosis and prognosis arise from the examination and evaluation and represent the outcome of the process of clinical reasoning and the incorporation of additional information from other professionals as needed. This may be expressed in terms of movement dysfunction or may encompass categories of impairments, activity limitations, participatory restrictions, environmental influences or abilities/disabilities.

Prognosis (including plan of care and intervention/treatment) begins with determining the need for intervention/treatment and normally leads to the development of a plan, including measurable outcome goals negotiated in collaboration with the patient/client, family or caregiver. Alternatively it may lead to referral to another agency or health professional in cases that are inappropriate for physical therapy.

Pain Free Zone :

Pain Free Zone provides comprehensive physiotherapy assessment and treatment to the patients of all ages and the conditions which can be treated through physiotherapy. Pain free zone helps them to improve their functional activity and independency. Physiotherapy can help manage pain, improve your walking, movement and balance and enable you to regain your strength and independence following illness, injury, surgery or a fall.