What We Do
Sciatica, a pain caused by compression of the sciatic nerve, finds relief in gentle stretches, heat or ice therapy, and over-the-counter pain relievers. Rest, coupled with targeted exercises, eases discomfort. In persistent cases, medical consultation may recommend physical therapy or medications for effective sciatica treatment.
Rotator cuff injuries, common in shoulder pain, benefit from a blend of rest, ice, and gentle exercises. Physical therapy enhances strength and flexibility, aiding recovery. In severe cases, medical intervention may include anti-inflammatory medications or, in rare instances, surgical repair. Early care ensures optimal healing for rotator cuff injuries.
Back and neck pain physiotherapy employs exercises to strengthen muscles, improve posture, and reduce discomfort. Manual therapy addresses joint stiffness. Heat and cold applications alleviate pain and inflammation. Traction may be used for spinal decompression. Tailored to individual needs, these interventions provide effective relief, enhancing mobility and overall well-being.
Physiotherapy for ankle, knee, and hip injuries employs targeted exercises to rebuild strength and flexibility. Manual therapy addresses joint mobility, while balance training enhances stability. Cold and heat therapy manage inflammation and pain. Customized care ensures effective recovery, allowing individuals to regain function and resume normal activities with confidence.
Physiotherapy for shoulder, elbow, and wrist injuries involves exercises to strengthen and restore mobility. Manual therapy addresses joint stiffness, while stretching improves flexibility. Cold and heat therapy manage pain and inflammation. Tailored care promotes healing, allowing individuals to regain function and alleviate discomfort in these upper extremity joints.
Sports injuries find relief in the R.I.C.E. method—Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. Prompt application minimizes swelling and aids healing. Rehabilitation through targeted exercises, guided by physiotherapists, rebuilds strength. Prevention strategies, like proper warm-ups, reduce recurrence. Personalized care accelerates recovery, getting athletes back to peak performance.
Running injuries, like shin splints or runner’s knee, respond well to the P.R.I.C.E. approach—Protection, Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation. Tailored exercises and gradual return to running prevent relapses. Proper footwear and form adjustments minimize risks. With timely care, runners can swiftly recover and hit the pavement again.
Frozen shoulder discomfort eases with patience and gentle exercises, promoting mobility. Heat applications and pain relief aid recovery. Physical therapy ensures gradual improvement. In persistent cases, medical interventions may include injections or, rarely, surgery. Consistent care allows individuals to thaw the stiffness, restoring full range of motion.
Physiotherapy treatments include therapeutic exercises, manual therapy, and ultrasound for pain relief. Electrical stimulation aids muscle contraction and healing. Joint mobilization enhances flexibility. Heat and cold therapy manage inflammation. Traction provides spinal decompression. These diverse approaches cater to varied conditions, promoting recovery and improving physical well-being.