Physiotherapy assessment includes, taking detailed history about you, medical history, your complaint, and understanding your work and lifestyle history.
Understanding your complaint, then planning a detailed objective assessment which entails, assessment of your joints, muscles, nerves and functional activities.
On completion of assessment, depending on the assessment findings, a detailed plan for rehabilitation will be mapped out.
Rehabilitation includes varied array of physiotherapy treatments, exercises and return to your sports or function plan, education about the condition and a plan to be able to return to your pre condition state
Joints assessed and treated include:
UPPER BODY – Shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand
LOWER BODY-Hip, Knee, Ankle and Foot
SPINE - Neck, Upper back , Lower back pain & Pelvis
Joint and soft tissue manipulation is proven to be effective
To improve the stiffness in the joints
Tightness of the muscles
Tightness in the tissues
This also increases the blood supply to the areas, in turn causing pain relief. Although these treatments can increase pain initially, the benefits are seen within two days of the treatment. This results in improvement of symptoms. In combination with exercises this can improve the movements and pain.
Conditions we treat:
Orthopedic and rheumatological chronic pain
Joint problems and arthritis
Low back pain
Knee and shoulder conditions
Muscle aches and pains
Post surgical rehabilitation
Neck pain and headaches
Sports related injuries, including traumatic and overuse injuries
Work related injuries – repetitive strain