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Physiotherapy & Modalities

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What are Treatment Modalities

A modality is a method, tool, or type of treatment used by a clinician. Physiotherapists at pt. Health are highly trained in the field to treat specific conditions with the most relevant and up-to-date clinical practices. pt Health physiotherapists have advanced clinical knowledge and experience in a wide range of physiotherapy treatment modalities to help you recover, feel better, and get pain-free.

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy helps to restore mobility and normalcy in a patient’s life after he/she is affected by an injury, disease or disability. Components of a physiotherapy session include manual therapy, advising and educating the patient. Physiotherapy can help a patient of any age to manage further pain and prevent subsequent injuries or diseases. In a nutshell, physiotherapy helps a patient improve and maximize his/her physical strength, functioning and general well-being while taking care of the underlying issues.

What is the difference between physiotherapy and physical therapy?

Physiotherapy vs physical therapy:

The physiotherapy community has been divided into three different titles that are physiotherapy, physical therapy, and kinesiotherapy. Physical therapy and physiotherapy both are the professions which are concerned with maintaining the function and maximizing the physical support of the body.

Physical therapy includes the manual treatment of soft tissues that is tendons, ligaments, muscles, and fascia. Where physiotherapy includes the treatment of a person suffering from pain, injury or disability. The manual therapy includes manipulation, mobilization and myofascial release.

How is physiotherapy done

Most often, surgeons replace the hip joint, knee joint, or shoulder joint. Providers call these procedures hip arthroplasty, total knee arthroplasty, and shoulder arthroplasty.

Who needs physiotherapy?

Persons suffering from following conditions can approach for physiotherapy:

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