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  • Soft tissue release

    Soft tissue release

    Soft tissue release (STR) is a hands-on manual therapy technique used to assess and treat the tissue of the body. The soft tissues of the body (muscle, tendon, fascia and ligaments) are prone to acute and chronic injury, which leads to swelling, adhesions and fibrosis (scarring) of the tissue. This type of injury often results in pain, […]

  • Post covid rehabilitation

    Post covid rehabilitation

    After severe COVID-19 disease, many patients will experience a variety of problems with normal functioning and will require rehabilitation services to overcome these problems. The principles of and evidence on rehabilitation will allow an effective response. These include a simple screening process; use of a multidisciplinary expert team; four evidence-based classes of intervention (exercise, practice, […]

  • Cardio pulmonary physiotherapy

    Cardio pulmonary physiotherapy

    When someone talks about the rehabilitation of cardiopulmonary conditions, the specialists which come forward are the cardiopulmonary physical therapist. Cardiopulmonary physiotherapy is an area of physiotherapy that specializes in the prevention, rehabilitation, and restoration of patients with diseases of lungs and heart. The patient having cardiopulmonary diseases suffer from breathlessness, increased sputum production, a decrease in gas […]

  • Pediatric physiotherapy

    Pediatric physiotherapy

    Pediatric physiotherapy is effective in the management of perinatal conditions, conditions diagnosed in early childhood, and injuries sustained throughout childhood and the transition to adult care. Pediatric physiotherapy improves physical function and quality of life.1,2 Its long-term benefits are significant and include reducing disability and the need for surgery or other more costly invasive interventions […]

  • Sports physiotherapy

    Sports physiotherapy

    Sports physiotherapy is a branch of physical therapy that is geared towards both athletes and casual players who have suffered an injury or ongoing problem. Sports physiotherapy is a specialized form of physiotherapy which is designed to help with injuries or conditions occurred during sports activities. The modalities include hands-on treatment and rehabilitation. Whether you’re […]

  • Geriatric physiotherapy

    Geriatric physiotherapy

    Geriatric physical therapy covers a wide area of problems concerning the elderly. There are many conditions that affect people as they grow older and include but are not limited to the following: arthritis, osteoporosis, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, hip and joint replacement, balance disorders incontinence, etc. Geriatric physical therapists specialize in providing therapy for such conditions […]

  • Neurological physiotherapy

    Neurological physiotherapy

    What is neurological physiotherapy? Neurological physiotherapy involves rehabilitation of people with neurological conditions. Neurological conditions are problems with the brain, spinal cord or peripheral nerves. People with neurological conditions may have difficulties with their physical functions including mobility, muscle strength, range of movement and balance. Above: Gross motor skill exercises supervised by a specilaist neurological physiotherapist Neurological physiotherapy is a type […]

  • Orthopedic physiotherapy

    Orthopedic physiotherapy

    Home | FAQ | Physiotherapy | What is Orthopaedic Physiotherapy? What is Orthopaedic Physiotherapy? 22/06/2020 05:50:00 Rate this article 2.50 Font size:   Orthopaedic Physiotherapy primarily focus on orthopedics and treatment conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system, which are composed of joints, muscles, bones, ligaments, and tendons.It diagnoses, manage, and cure the disorders of the musculoskeletal system and recuperate patients after the orthopaedic […]