What are treatment techniques in Physical therapy?
Physical therapy is the primary body rehabilitation treatment. It uses physical factors including sound, light, cold, heat, electricity, force (exercise and stress), and other physical factors to treat. It is aimed at local or systemic dysfunction or disease. It uses non-drug treatment to restore the body's original physiological functions. Physical therapy is a significant part of modern and traditional medicine. Our physical therapists Winnipeg are here to help you. You can visit our website to get services in Winnipeg. Physical therapy can be divided into two categories. One is functional training and manual therapy as the primary means, also known as exercise therapy or exercise therapy. The other is based on various physical factors (sound, light, cold, heat, electricity, Magnetic, water, etc.) as the main means, also known as physical therapy.
Common treatment techniques
1. Exercise therapy
Exercise therapy plays an extremely important role in the recovery and reconstruction functions, and gradually becomes the main body of physical therapy. Including joint movement techniques, joint loosening techniques, muscle stretching techniques, improving muscle strength, and endurance techniques.
- balance and coordination training techniques
- walking training
- traction techniques
- neurophysiological treatment techniques
- enhancing cardiopulmonary function techniques
2. Physical factor therapy
Physical factor therapy uses the physical energy of natural or artificial physical factors and is used in the human body through physiological regulators such as nerves, body fluids, and endocrine to achieve methods for preventing and treating diseases. Common methods include acoustic therapy (therapeutic ultrasound with a frequency of 45KHz to 3MHz), phototherapy (infrared phototherapy, ultraviolet phototherapy, low-energy laser stimulation), hydrotherapy (contrast bath, vortex bath, hydrotherapy, etc.), electrotherapy (DC electrotherapy, Low-frequency electrotherapy, intermediate frequency electrotherapy, high-frequency electrotherapy or diathermy therapy), cold therapy (ice pack, ice massage, etc.), heat therapy (hot pack, wax therapy, diathermy therapy, etc.), stress therapy, etc.
3. Manual treatment
Including Western joint loosening techniques and traditional manual treatment (also known as massage).
Our physiotherapists are good at using a variety of nursing therapies to help customers recover. Professional services include manual therapy, women's health, acupuncture treatment, sports injury treatment, occupational health and safety, preventive screening and treatment methods, and shock wave treatment. (2)
- Various pain, Result of traffic accident injury, work injury, rehabilitation after various operations
- Insomnia, headache, migraine, facial paralysis, trigeminal neuralgia, bone spurs
- Cervical spondylosis, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica, low back pain, arthritis, hand, and foot paralysis
- Result of stroke
- Myopia, hyperopia, and amblyopia in children and adolescents
- Obesity, hypertension, diabetes, cough
- Chronic gastroenteritis, anorexia in children, constipation
- Breast hyperplasia, irregular menstruation, uterine fibroids, dysmenorrhea
- Itchy skin, skin allergies, psoriasis
- Allergic rhinitis, measles seeking
- Some tumors
Cerebrovascular disease, cerebral degenerative disease, brain trauma, spinal cord disease, spinal cord injury, peripheral nerve disease, or injury caused by limb dysfunction.
1. Bone and muscular system diseases
Arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, soft tissue injuries, fractures, amputations, neck, shoulder, waist, and leg pain, scoliosis, and sports injuries.
2. Cardiopulmonary dysfunction
Before and after thoracic, abdominal, and cardiac surgery, chronic obstructive respiratory disease, pleurisy, pneumonia, and bronchiectasis.