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18 April 2022
What is Physiotherapy?
A physiotherapist is a practitioner of physical therapy that treats injury, illness, or deformity by using techniques other than drugs and surgery. therapies provides advice, guidance, exercise, and manual therapy to people with disabilities, injury or illness.
The key feature of physiotherapy lies in its holistic approach to well-being and treatment. This focuses on the entire person and their general health.
Physiotherapy helps individuals remain independent and as active as possible in society.
Common Physiotherapy Techniques
A majority of physiotherapy's techniques involve hands-on manipulations that mobilize, manipulate and massage the body. This helps relieve pain and stiffness, improve blood circulation, and promote movement and relaxation. Some of these techniques include:
Massage to stimulate the soft tissues in the body
Stretching, myofascial relaxation and other soft tissue techniques are some examples.
Joint mobilization is a form of manipulation that uses the glide of the joint for motion, control, and function.
The handcrafted instrument used in physiotherapy instrument mobilisation (PIM).
Minimal Energy Techniques (METs) are a form of energy that uses the muscle's internal energy to relax it through reciprocal and autogenic inhibition. It also helps lengthen and reduce muscle tension
Osteopathy, acupuncture, and kinesiology
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