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The Physiotherapy Centre at Vivekananda hospital provides a personalised physical rehabilitation experience for each patient. The centre renders expert quality pre-operative and post-operative physiotherapeutic interventions to the out-patients and in-patients from all age groups with disabilities in all major disciplines of medicine including Orthopaedics, Neurology, Cardiology, Gerontology, Neurology, General surgery, Sports medicine etc..We focus on restoring strength, movement and improvement of functionality of the patient.


What exactly does a physiotherapist do?

Physiotherapists are specialists in the field of movement science. They learn how to identify the source of an injury.


When should I make an interview with a physiotherapist?


If you have an injury or persistent pain that is interfering with your daily activities, consider physiotherapy. After surgery, such as a hip replacement, or an incident such as a heart attack or stroke, your doctor may recommend you to physiotherapy.

If you plan to appropriate health insurance to help cover the expense of physiotherapy, double-check that the physiotherapist is covered on your insurance company’s website. You will negative be able to use your benefits if that insurance provider does not cover the physiotherapist, and you will have to pay the total cost of therapy.


What issues do physiotherapists help with?

Physiotherapists concentrate on prevention as well as rehabilitation. Treatment is available for injuries, diseases, and disabilities. Some instances are as follows:

  • Muscle and skeleton disorders that cause neck and back pain
  • Bone, joint, muscle, and ligament difficulties, such as arthritis and the effects of amputation
  • Lung problems, such as asthma
  • Disability caused by heart problems
  • Loss of motion owing to brain or spine injuries, or disorders such as Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis
  • Fatigue, pain, edema, stiffness, and loss of muscle strength, for example, during cancer treatment or palliative care


What should I expect when I go to physiotherapy?


Because it is all about you and your specific needs, your session will be one-of-a-kind. Here’s what occurs in general:

  • The physiotherapist learns about your medical history
  • The physiotherapist analyses and diagnoses your ailment
  • You are given a treatment plan with specific targets
  • You are given a course of exercises as well as any assistive devices that may be required



There are four types of physiotherapy to be aware of.


Physiotherapy’s advantages have been known for decades. The majority of individuals are unaware that this treatment comes in a variety of formats. Physiotherapy for geriatrics, pediatrics, and orthopedics are just a few examples. Each one focuses on a particular condition and uses a different treatment strategy.


Exercise is a component of all modalities of physiotherapy. The therapist may also recommend joint mobilization, massage, traction, taping, or TENS, depending on your needs. The goal is to improve your health and quality of life in the long run.



Let’s look at the many types of physiotherapy and their advantages:


Physical Therapy for seniors


This type of treatment appeals to older persons who are dealing with the effects of aging. Geriatric physiotherapists have the skills and knowledge necessary to treat age-related illnesses such as Alzheimer’s disease, incontinence, arthritis, and loss of motion. They create tailored routines to alleviate pain, improve mobility, and make daily tasks easier.


Physical Therapy for Sports


Physical therapists work with elite athletes regularly. A skilled therapist can aid in speedier recovery from training, injury prevention, and improved athletic performance. He can suggest stretches and strengthening exercises, massage therapy, or mobility aids to help you recuperate faster.


Sports therapists can also administer tests to determine your fitness level and pinpoint your weak spots. They can give workouts to people who have muscle imbalances, shin splints, back pain, or tendinitis, for example. This will boost your overall performance while also lowering your risk of injury.


Physiotherapy for Orthopedics


Have you had back or neck pain, fractures, muscular strains, or sprains in the past? These problems can be helped with orthopedic physiotherapy. Musculoskeletal diseases that affect your flexibility and range of motion will be diagnosed, managed, and treated by a professional therapist.


Physical Therapy for Children


This type of therapy is used to identify, prevent, and treat disorders in children and teenagers. Spina bifida, cerebral palsy, muscular illnesses, birth deformities, and developmental delays are just a few instances.


Pediatric therapists employ exercises and therapies to help children restore their strength and range of motion, improve their motor abilities, and live an everyday life.


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