Physiotherapy is used to gauge, maintain, and rehabilitate physical function. Physiotherapy is an important area of health care that can be used solely or in conjunction with other kinds of medical management. If you have any type of injury or disease, physiotherapy can prove useful in diagnosing the issue in your body and can be used to treat the condition. PhysioActive can help you manage and treat a variety of ailments, some of which just might surprise you.
Ailments We Can Help You With
PhysioActive physiotherapists can help you with:
- Geriatric problems
- Neck and back pain
- Amputee rehabilitation
- Asthma management
- Occupational injuries
- Stroke rehabilitation
- Chronic airway disease
- Neurological conditions
You might be wondering how physiotherapy can help you manage your asthma. A physiotherapist can help you learn how to relax your breathing patterns and therefore manage some of your asthma symptoms. Physiotherapists can also teach you how to control any shortness of breath, coughing, excess mucus, and wheezing that might occur as a result of your asthma. A trained physiotherapist can show you daily exercises you can do, to help control your asthma and become more active in your day-to-day life. Some important steps you can take to help treat your asthma are: to find out what your triggers are, familiarize yourself with the types of medicines you have to take, and always have a current action plan for your asthma.
Physiotherapy and Incontinence
Incontinence is most often caused by weak pelvic floor muscles, muscles that a physiotherapist can help you strengthen. Research has proven that physiotherapy is a more effective and more affordable treatment for this condition, than some common incontinence drugs. Our physiotherapists can help you learn the proper way to use your pelvic floor muscles, teach you exercises that strengthen your pelvic floor muscles, advise you on what foods to eat and liquids to drink, and suggest any changes that might increase your quality of life.
Physiotherapy and Amputee Rehabilitation
If you’ve lost a limb, a physiotherapist can treat any phantom pain that you might experience where your limb used to be. A trained physiotherapist can also help you get used to using a prosthetic limb. The truth about prosthetics is that you can have one for several years and still not get completely accustomed to using it, which is why it’s so essential that you turn to a physiotherapist during your rehabilitation. Physiotherapists can help you learn to properly balance yourself, which is critical after losing a limb.
As you can see, physiotherapy is a powerful and highly effective type of health care. Allow us to show you which physiotherapy techniques are the most helpful to treat your specific ailment.