More than 75% of sprains and strains in younger athletes can be prevented by simply assessing joint and muscle strength and development and creating a program that will allow for proper training training prior to their season
Did you know physiotherapy can be used to manage the physical complications of cancer and its treatments, maximize mobility with neurological disorders such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, as well as cardiac and respiratory conditions?
Did you know that stress incontinence can effect more than 20% of women over 40? Physiotherapy can be used in the management and treatment of the disorder with less cost and better results than surgery alone.
Physiotherapists manage and prevent many physical problems caused by illness, disease, sport and work related injury, aging, and long periods of inactivity.
Physiotherapists are skilled in the assessment and management of a broad range of conditions that affect the musculoskeletal, circulatory, respiratory and nervous systems. Here are some of the ways physiotherapy can help:
- Address physical challenges associated with back pain, arthritis, repetitive strain injury etc.
- Attend to sports injuries and provide advice on prevention and recurrence
- Direct care for children with paediatric conditions such as developmental delay, fractures and cardiorespiratory conditions.
- Get you back on your feet after surgery
- Help you manage the physical complications of cancer and its treatment
- Manage incontinence
- Maximize your mobility if you have a neurological disorder such as stroke, spinal cord injury or Parkinson’s disease
- Oversee rehabilitation in your home after you have been ill or injured
- Provide pre- and post-natal care and attend to other women’s health conditions
- Treat neck and back pain and other joint injuries
- Work with you to treat and manage respiratory and cardiac conditions