Orthopedic Physiotherapy is a specialized field that focuses on the injuries related to Bones, Ligaments, Tendons, Spinal discs, and Muscles. It does wonders in treating patients suffering from Musculoskeletal disorders at any age, whether a child, adult, or elderly. It includes a proper assessment of the conditions and rules out the exact cause of the problem and helps in managing them with proper Basic and Advance techniques.
Our expert team of Physiotherapists not only treat all minor injuries that require short-term physiotherapies such as Simple Muscle strains, small fractures, or acute pains, but also all major injuries that require long term physiotherapies such as Rheumatoid arthritis, Severe disability, and excruciating pain conditions.
Some of the Orthopedic conditions treated by our Physiotherapists are:
➤ Ligament Strain
➤ Postural Problems
➤ Joint pains
➤ Low backaches
➤ Surgical Rehabilitation
➤ Spinal problems
➤ Fibromyalgia etc
How our Orthopedic Physiotherapists’ (OP) works?
➤ OP works by Assessing their patients and examining them with the help of different clinical exams and investigations in order to make treatment plans.
➤ They help in treating patients suffering from different musculoskeletal problems with the help of various techniques and modalities.
➤ Various exercises are supervised by the therapist include:
‣ Strengthening exercises
‣ Balancing exercises
‣ Mobility exercises
‣ Flexibility exercises
‣ Gait training exercises
‣ Manual techniques like Mobilization and Manipulations etc are done by the therapists that have shown to provide amazing results to the patients.
➤ OP plans the exercise programs according to the patient’s ability and conditions in order to help them get back to their normal daily functioning.
➤ They work on: Reducing pain, Increasing Strength and Flexibility, Maintaining correct Posture, Promoting the Healing process, Teaching proper Balance exercises, etc.
➤ They help you to get back to your normal activity pain-free and makes you stronger and independent in every way.
➤ Home exercise programs are designed by the therapists to help their patients return to their original healthy independent state.
What our Clients have to say
Frequently Asked Questions
An orthopaedic physiotherapist is specialized in assessing and giving an appropriate diagnosis based on which the patient is treated. It includes conditions and injuries that are related to muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons, and connective tissues.
The ergonomically designed mattresses and chairs are useful in the maintenance of good posture, however, there may be various reasons for neck and back pain. A thorough evaluation of the symptoms is done by a musculoskeletal physiotherapist for appropriate management of the symptoms.
In manual therapy-specific skilled hands-on techniques are used by a physiotherapist to diagnose and treat soft tissues and joint structures to modulate pain and increase range of motion.
Our Orthopedic physiotherapists use advance skills to assess and treat injuries and conditions that involve the skeleton (bones), muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia.
Manual therapy techniques are intended to improve tissue extensibility; increase range of motion; induce relaxation; mobilize or manipulate soft tissue and joints; modulate pain; and reduce soft tissue swelling, inflammation, etc.
In manual therapy, our practitioners use their hands to put pressure on muscle tissue and manipulate joints in an attempt to decrease back pain caused by muscle spasm, muscle tension, and joint dysfunction.
Some of the benefits are :
‣ Orthopaedic Physiotherapist eliminates surgery and prevents future complications.
‣ It improves body posture and helps restore normal mobility.
‣ It strengthens the muscles and promotes the overall well-being of physical health.
‣ It ensures a speedy recovery and helps to resume back to a healthy state.