We know how bodies work, down to every muscle, tendon, and sinew. Our in-depth knowledge allows us to get down to the very core of your injury to create an informed and effective treatment plan from the bottom up. Our focus is always to restore mobility and strength and alleviate pain. But we don’t stop just at treatment.
Education is a fundamental pillar of our care system. We go out of our way to educate you on your body to ensure that you have the tools to prevent further injury. As much as we love seeing our patients, it is always our hope that once you leave our office, you won’t need to come back any time soon. More importantly, we educate ourselves so that we can provide the most recent, up to the minute techniques.
Our therapists are skilled in addressing a variety of conditions including (but not limited to) the following:
Your Top 3 FAQ’s about Physiotherapy
Physical therapists work with patients to conduct various examinations while attempting to see situations objectively. We attempt to provide them the tools they need to sort of fix themselves. We don’t want them to be required to return frequently. At the end, our goal is to help people reach a position where they can take care of themselves, exercise at home or in a gym, and carry on with their life.
I believe that everyone will, in some way, experience some sort of progress. That is, if the patient is making the best effort possible, and, of course, the therapy team is making every effort possible. However, despite your best efforts, not everyone experiences a material improvement. Physical therapists may have such discussion with patients, especially after significant occurrences like a stroke, brain injury, or spinal cord injury.
There is always a component of patient education to assist individuals in learning what
they are doing on a regular basis that may be causing their issue. The physical therapist might need to refresh the patient’s memory on suitable lifting or movement techniques. In a typical physical therapy session, the therapist uses hands-on methods like joint mobilisation for a stiff joint or soft-tissue treatment for releasing tight muscles. Manual manipulation is a technique used by certain physical therapists to increase joint, connective tissue, or skeletal muscle mobility.