Department of Physiotherapy

What is Physiotherapy?

It is the field of medicine which helps in the restoration of movement and function of the body part which has been affected by injury, illness or disability. They do so through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice.

What Are The Doctors Of Physiotherapy Called?

The doctors who specialize in the effective use of physiotherapy for the restoration of bodily function are known as physiotherapists.

When Is It A Good Time To See A Physiotherapist?

The common instances where you want require to book an appointment with a physiotherapist include:

  1. You are injured while playing
  2. You live with chronic pain
  3. During and after pregnancy
  4. During and after surgery
  5. To prevent chest complications
  6. To prevent thrombosis
  7. To prevent pressure sores
  8. To prevent muscle wasting and joint mobility
  9. You have a chronic condition or neurological disease

What Do The Doctors Of Physiotherapy Treat?

  1. Ankle Sprain
  2. Ankylosing Spondylitis
  3. Arthritis
  4. Avulsion Fracture
  5. Back Pain
  6. Bells Palsy Treatment
  7. Broken Wrist
  8. Bunion (Hallux Valgus)
  9. Bursitis
  10. Calf Muscle Injury
  11. Cartilage Damage
  12. Cerebral Palsy
  13. Club Foot
  14. CRPS
  15. Chondramalacia Patella
  16. Dancing Injuries
  17. Co-Ordination Disorder
  18. Diabetes
  19. Disc disorders of the back
  20. Dislocated Shoulder
  21. Elbow Pain
  22. Ergonomics
  23. Facial Palsy
  24. Fallen Arches
  25. Fibromyalgia
  26. Foot Drop
  27. Foot Pain
  28. Footballer’s Ankle
  29. Fractures
  30. Frozen Shoulder
  31. Gait Dysfunction & Abnormalities
  32. Golfers Elbow
  33. Groin Strain
  34. Haglund’s Deformity
  35. Hamstring Injury
  36. Headaches
  37. Heart Disease
  38. Heel Pain
  39. Heel Spur
  40. Heel Stress Fracture
  41. Hip Pain /Perthes Disease
  42. Incontinence
  43. Insoles
  44. Irish Dancing Injuries
  45. Irish Dancing Test
  46. Joint Stiffness
  47. Juvenile Arthritis
  48. Knee Pain
  49. Knee Pain/Osgood Schlatters
  50. Ligament Sprains
  51. Limp
  52. Lower Back Pain
  53. Lymphoedema
  54. Meniscal Injuries
  55. Mental Health
  56. Men’s Incontinence
  57. Metatarsal Pain
  58. Morton’s Neuroma
  59. Multiple Sclerosis
  60. Muscle Imbalance
  61. Muscle Tears, Strains, Pulls
  62. Musculo-Skeletal Conditions
  63. Musculoskeletal/ Children
  64. Neck Pain
  65. Neck Stiffness
  66. Nerve Pain & Injury
  67. Neurological Conditions
  68. Numbness
  69. Orthotic Prescription
  70. Osteoporosis
  71. Paediatric Learning Disability
  72. Paediatric Physical Disabilities
  73. Patellar Tendinopathy (Jumper’s Knee)
  74. Pins and Needles
  75. Plantar Fasciitis
  76. Post-Operative Rehabilitation
  77. Post-Pregnancy Problems
  78. Posterior Heel Pain
  79. Pulled Calf
  80. Pulled Hamstring
  81. Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)
  82. Repetitive Strain Injuries
  83. Respiratory Conditions in Children
  84. Rotator Cuff Injuries
  85. Runners Knee
  86. Ruptured Disc
  87. Sacroiliac Joint Problems
  88. Scar Tissue
  89. Sciatica
  90. Scoliosis & Children
  91. Shin Splints
  92. Shoulder Dislocation
  93. Shoulder Pain
  94. Shoulder Separation
  95. Soft Tissue Injuries
  96. Spinal Pain
  97. Spondylosis
  98. Sports Injuries
  99. Sports Podiatry
  100. Sprained Ankle
  101. Sprained Thumb
  102. Stiff Neck
  103. Strokes
  104. Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
  105. Tendinopathy (Tendonitis)
  106. Tennis Elbow
  107. Tension Headaches
  108. Thigh Strain
  109. Thumb Sprain
  110. Whiplash
  111. Wrist Fracture

 

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