All you want to know about physical therapy!by Pooja Chauhan Freelance Professional
Do you feel pain and want physical therapy? Here is some information about physiotherapy to help you understand the steps of the treatment you need, as well as choosing a good and qualified therapist.
Physical therapy (physiotherapy) is a therapeutic profession related to human functioning, movement and increasing motor capacity. Physical therapy uses different methods to improve, maintain and restore physical, psychological and social balance, taking into account the varied changes in the health status of the person being treated. It is very important on our health.
Natural therapy is based on science and is interested in expanding, implementing, evaluating and reviewing evidence that supports this approach, its laws and methods of treatment. Physical therapy depends on clinical professional experience and patient status analysis.
A person who specializes in physical therapy can work in a various places such as orthopedic clinics, intensive care units, pediatrics, psychotherapy, post stroke rehabilitation, occupational health, human factors, muscle and skeletal treatment in hospitals, especially in the treatment of the elderly and so on.
Physiotherapy is a science based on the medical fields that see in the movement as an essential element for the health and well-being of the patient. The professional person treated by physiotherapy seeks to identify and exploit the maximum of motor capacity to improve patient health, prevention and rehabilitation of future problems.
Physiotherapists believe that it is very important to improve factors in psychology, behavior and society that affect patients. They try to get patients back to full functionality as much as possible to help them be as independent as possible.
Physiotherapists treat a variety of physical problems, especially those related to nerves, muscles, skeletal, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems. Physiotherapists can work alone, with other colleagues or with other healthcare professionals in multidisciplinary teams.
Examples of fields of physiotherapy include:
Outpatient treatment (traffic accidents and sports injuries),
Intensive care units, women's health units (such as post-surgical treatment of women's reproductive system),
Treatment of the elderly (maintenance of mobility and independence, Rehabilitation after falling, treatment of Parkinson's disease, etc) ,
Neurosurgery (recovery of movements of the body after stroke and other cases),
Trauma treatment, treatment of mental patients (strengthening self-confidence in patients through exercise)
Difficulties in Learning, occupational health (studying work habits and physical problems),
Private sector, education, sports clinics and counseling for voluntary organizations.
According to the survey, nine out of ten patients acknowledge an improvement in symptoms after physiotherapy. Choosing a therapist for physical therapy is not easy. You must find an honest therapist, a listener who understands your problems and goals.
Since physiotherapy often involves a great cost, you definitely want to choose the person who gives you the best result, and honest with you about the number of sessions you need and the length of the physiotherapy. Some therapists specialize in physical therapy for certain problems, such as treating women after pregnancy, pain, and so on.
Physical Therapy Departments
Physiotherapy is divided into specialties:
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