Physiotherapy is an important part of rehabilitation. It can help you regain movement and function after an injury or illness or amputation. Physiotherapy can also help reduce pain and improve quality of life. If you’ve had an amputation it is important to start physiotherapy as soon as possible after the surgery. Physiotherapy can help you learn how to use your new limb and adapt to your new body.
Physiotherapy can also help reduce pain and improve quality of life. It can help you manage any residual limb pain you may have. Physiotherapy can also help improve your mental health by reducing anxiety and depression.
Physiotherapy can be used to treat a wide range of conditions, including:
-musculoskeletal conditions such as arthritis, back pain, and sports injuries
-neurological conditions such as stroke and Parkinson’s disease
-respiratory conditions such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
-cardiovascular conditions such as heart failure and chronic heart diseases
Physiotherapy can also help prevent injuries by strengthening muscles and improving flexibility. It can also help people stay active and independent as they age.
If you are considering physiotherapy, it is important to find a qualified practitioner. In most cases, physiotherapy is covered by health insurance.