What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy aids in restoring movement when affected through injury, illness or disability as well as reducing risk of injury or illness. This treatment involves massage, infrared treatment and ultrasounds.
What is it used to treat?
Physiotherapy is helpful for anyone of all ages with a range of health issues such as bones, joints and soft tissue which links with back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain and sports injuries. Also, issues with movement resulting from strokes or multiple sclerosis which relate to the brain or nervous system, or heart circulation which aids in rehabilitation after heart attacks, as well as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or cystic fibrosis which is in relation to lungs and breathing issues. These are just a few examples of what physiotherapy helps with.
Individuals are likely to experience pain during and after the treatment or the pain may even increase after treatment during recovering. Swelling may also occur if muscles, ligaments or tendons are challenged in order to strengthen them.