Physiotherapy Treatment Techniques :
If you or your family member has been injured in an auto collision or any other catastrophe, then you may potentially need physiotherapy. Physiotherapy helps accident victims to regain flexibility, strength, balance, range of motion, and overall fitness.
- Hands-on Physiotherapy Techniques: These include joint mobilization, joint manipulation, muscle stretching, physiotherapy instrument mobilization, massage, soft tissue techniques, minimal energy techniques, neuro-dynamics, etc.
- Taping: This refers to strapping and taping techniques to prevent and protect injuries.
- Acupuncture and Dry Needling: This is done for pain relief and muscle function.
- Physiotherapy Exercises: These are used to reduce pain, strengthen your muscles, and improve your function. Essential components, such as Pilates, yoga, and exercise are incorporated to provide the best results.
- Real-Time Ultrasound Physiotherapy: In this, you can watch your muscles contract on a screen in real-time as you correctly do exercises.
Physiotherapy Process :
- Preliminary Assessment: At CHC, physiotherapy starts with an initial assessment by a licensed physiotherapist asking detailed questions about the injury.
- Treatment Plan: Our therapist will then design a treatment plan that includes ice or heat application, manual therapy, laser therapy, electrical stimulation, exercises, and more.
- Treatment Period: Based on the severity of your injuries, consistency in physical therapy sessions, and frequency of exercises at home, the length of total treatment is fixed. The period could range from a few weeks to months or even longer depending on the severity of your injury.
At Central Healthcare Center, our expert physiotherapists have extensive experience and knowledge of the latest evidence-based best practices, do a skilled assessment and accurate diagnosis of injuries, and use exercise protocols to assist recovery.
If you have sustained an injury and experiencing pain or any other symptoms, then you should seek immediate medical advice from our personal injury physiotherapist.