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Physiotherapy is a healthcare support service, which assists the medical service in dealing with different aspects of treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of disorders utilizing exercise and electrotherapy procedures. It begins with an assessment of the patient’s condition including medical history and physical examination. Physiotherapist helps people of all ages who have physical problems caused by illness, accident or ageing. We relieve pain, rehabilitate muscle alignment and increase mobility in order to promote health and well-being. We educate the patients in proper body alignment as postures and work habits. Patients education is a key to success of the physiotherapists. Our physiotherapist is trained to treat symptoms of injury and disease by physical means, heat and pressure.
When doctors recommend a patient for physiotherapy, the therapist evaluates the patient and plans a line of treatment. In DMDSC we use a combination of two or modalities lasting for 45 minutes to one hour, for 5 – 7sessions.
If you require treatment for more than one area, have a complex musculoskeletal history, or would simply like more time with your physio please make an extended consultation.
In-patients/Out Patient Services:
- Computerized Interferential therapy (IFT)
- Computerized Ultrasound therapy (US)
- Computerized Intermittent pelvic traction (IPT)
- Computerized Intermittent cervical traction (ICT)
- Wax therapy
- Shortwave diathermy
- Joint mobilization exercises
- Neuromuscular re-education exercises
- Strengthening exercises
- Chest physiotherapy
- Gait training
- Stroke rehabilitation
- Vertigo exercises
- Stump exercises
Here are some examples of the conditions we treat:
- Frozen Shoulder
- Back and Neck Pain
- Arm and Hand pain / RSI
- Sciatica and trapped nerves
- Neck and shoulder problems
- Achilles Tendonitis
- Golfer’s & Tennis Elbow
- Ligament Sprains
Although we are focused on bringing you back to full recovery we also aim to provide pain relief immediately and during your treatment.
In order to effect rapid recovery we advise you how to interpret the pain you experience and how much or how little activity you can do with that level of pain and injury. Mobilizing joints can be important in some cases, but in others full rest might be advised.