Musculoskeletal Injury Physiotherapy
Range Of Motion Exercise Treatment
Post Surgery Rehabilitation
Sensory Integration Therapy
Treatment Of Meniscus Injury
Neuro Physiotherapy Treatment
Computerised Traction Procedure
Column Traumatology Procedure
Treatment of Mckinzie Treatment For Spine
Rf Neurotomy Procedure
Manual Therapy Treatment
Treatment Of Lumbago
Custom Splinting Bracing Procedure
Achilles Tendon Rupture Treatment
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When a person's function or mobility is affected by pain, ageing, injury, disease, disability or long periods of inactivity, the physiotherapist is the health professional qualified to complete a full medical check up of the patient.
This check up focuses on the person as a whole, that is, the physiotherapist will consider not only the physical but also the psychological, emotional and social wellbeing of each patient with the view to reaching a diagnosis and developing the most appropriate treatment plan.
Thanks to their in-depth anatomical and physiological knowledge of the body and movement, the physiotherapist promotes wellbeing, mobility and independence in people of all ages.
The techniques used in physiotherapy today have evolved since the time of hippocrates' massages. Each area of physiotherapy intervention has its own specialised techniques and is based on scientific evidence. In today's complex world, there are even physiotherapists specialised in just one area, and within that area, in some specific diseases (parkinson's, stroke, traumatic knee injuries, incontinence, etc.).
At best doctors we are committed to the health of everybody and believe that the movement of the body is essential for your health and well-being. For this reason, we know how important physiotherapy is to maintain and restore your health. Do not hesitate to contact a physiotherapist if you feel your mobility may be affected.