A physiotherapist is a primary healthcare provider who helps patients maintain, regain, and improve their functional mobility and strength through kinesiology (biomechanics), electrotherapy, exercise therapy, and manual therapy.
Patients with injuries and disabilities such as neck pain, knee pain, back pain, and ligament problems can benefit from physiotherapy.
Physiotherapists can treat patients at home, which allows them to treat both acute and chronic problems. Paralysis, Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and stroke can all benefit from physiotherapy.
Knee, back, and joint problems have become commonplace, whether as a blessing or a curse of modern life. It's best to see if a particular pain goes away after a certain amount of time and returns after a specific movement. To get a proper diagnosis, you can use our at-home physiotherapy service.
Physiotherapy can treat various medical conditions, including cardiovascular, neurological, neuromusculoskeletal, and respiratory problems.
Patients are treated in the comfort of their own homes by our physiotherapists. They assess, diagnose, and create a treatment plan tailored to the patient's specific needs. Depending on the severity of the problem, physiotherapy sessions can last up to an hour. To improve the patient's mobility, our experts help with both basic and advanced mobility exercises.
Over time, physiotherapy has been shown to help patients regain their health and improve their physical ability, function, and movement. Our physiotherapists will come to you and perform physiotherapy at your home in order to improve your experience.
Receiving physiotherapy at home has several benefits.
You can forget about your physiotherapy treatment worries and hassles with our dependable home physiotherapy services.