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A physiotherapist is a primary healthcare provider who uses kinesiology (biomechanics), electrotherapy, exercise therapy, and manual therapy to help patients maintain, regain, and improve their functional mobility and strength.

Physiotherapists can help patients suffering from injuries and disabilities such as neck pain, knee pain, back pain, and ligament problems.

Physiotherapists can treat both acute and chronic conditions at home. Physiotherapy can help people with paralysis, Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and stroke.

In today's world, knee, back, and joint problems are becoming more common. It's best to see if a particular pain disappears after a certain amount of time or occurs after a specific movement. You can use our home physiotherapy service to get a proper diagnosis.

Physiotherapy can help with various ailments, including cardiovascular, neurological, neuromusculoskeletal, and respiratory problems.

  • Neuromusculoskeletal issues: Back pain, knee pain, arthritis, sports injuries, and whiplash-related disorders are among the conditions covered.
  • Paralysis: Regular physiotherapy sessions will help the paralyzed patient's muscle tone improve, allowing them to move around.
  • Parkinson's disease: Parkinson's disease is a neurological condition that can be fatal. With the help of physiotherapy, the patient can reclaim mobility and function.
  • Post heart attack: Physiotherapy can help lower blood pressure and heart rate both at rest and during exercise after a heart attack.
  • Back pain: Sedentary habits, poor posture, and frequent travel can all contribute to back pain. You no longer need to put up with the discomfort or limitations. Allow a trained physiotherapist to relieve your pain in the comfort of your own home.
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: When used as part of a multidisciplinary recovery programme, physiotherapy can benefit patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
  • Asthma: Respiratory muscle training, which can help with asthma symptoms and improve a person's breathing and physical abilities, is something that physiotherapy can help with.
  • Respiratory: COPD, asthma, and cystic fibrosis are all conditions that physiotherapy is commonly used to treat.
  • Post Surgical rehab: If you've recently had major surgery, at-home physiotherapy can help you return to routine faster. With our professional in-home physiotherapy treatment, you can regain your mobility.

Our physiotherapists provide care to patients in the privacy of their own homes. They evaluate, diagnose, and develop a treatment plan that is unique to the patient's needs. Physiotherapy sessions can last up to an hour, depending on how severe the problem is. Our experts assist with basic and advanced mobility exercises to improve the patient's mobility.

Physiotherapy has been shown to aid patients in regaining their health and improving their physical ability, function, and mobility over time. To improve your experience, our physiotherapists will come to you and perform physiotherapy at your home.

Receiving physiotherapy at home has several advantages.

  • Provides Personalized service
  • Convenience
  • Cost-effective
  • Mobility is unaffected.
  • Increases the speed of the healing process
  • Improved time management
  • Supervision and support from family members

With our dependable home physiotherapy services, you can forget about your physiotherapy treatment worries and hassles.

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