Physiotherapists are experts in the structure and movement of the human body. They treat people of various ages for a variety of ailments, including sports injuries and musculoskeletal (relating to muscles and the skeleton) disorders, as well as chronic illnesses including diabetes, obesity, osteoarthritis, and stroke.
When should I see a physio?
Adults typically seek the assistance of a physiotherapist to recover from an injury sustained while at the gym, trying a new fitness routine, or dealing with a work-related issue (such as lower back pain or repetitive injuries). A physiotherapist can assist you with your rehabilitation, helping you restore strength and understanding what you can do to reduce your chances of re-injuring yourself. Getting some advise from a physiotherapist before you start going to the gym or joining a bootcamp is a terrific idea because prevention is always preferable to cure. Remember that a physiotherapist is familiar with both your workout objectives and how to bring you there safely.
A physio can help you with the following:
PREVENTION OF INJURIES
WORK ON POSTURE
ALLEVIATE GENERALISED PAIN
STRETCHING & FLEXIBILITY
HEAL FROM A COMPLICATED SURGICAL PROCEDURE
MANAGEMENT OF YOUR DISEASE.
MANAGE A PHYSICAL LIMITATION
RECEIVE REAL-TIME FEEDBACK ON MOVEMENT AND MUSCULAR USAGE
POST-PARTUM EXERCISE CONDITIONING
What should I expect at my physio appointment?
Your first appointment with one of our physios will the 45 minutes long and will go over your current condition and the areas that you would like to address. Your physio will identify the issues that you are facing and put a plan in place to rectify them.
You can expect your physio to ask you detailed questions about your pain or injury and what your goals are for treatment.
Your review appointment will be 30 minutes.
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