Physiotherapy is the science of restoring movement and function when someone is affected by injury and illness. Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education, and advice.
If you are looking to improve the quality of your life in a non-invasive way, then watch Dr. Nazish Anwar explain the importance of physiotherapy and its treatment in Pakistan. She is an accomplished physiotherapist at bee well hospital. Currently, she is the head of the department of Islamabad Federal College of Doctors, Physiotherapy program.
Q1. What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is basically an allied healthcare branch in which we improve the quality of life of the patient by enhancing their mobility and function. Patients with sciatica pain, frozen shoulder can seek a physiotherapist’s services.
Physiotherapy has a lot of scope in various specialities such as; cardiomuscular, neuromuscular, orthopaedic. Even in skin disorders and wound care management of both adults and children. Similarly, we also deal indoor patients and out-patients.
Q.2. What is the Importance of physiotherapy in treatment?
Physiotherapy takes time in healing and improvement. It may take as little as 2 to 3 days or as long as 3 to 4 weeks. We try to impair any affected sites, like muscle damage or blocked nerves.
Q.3. What are the common medical procedures that require Physiotherapy?
In my physiotherapy profession, the most common medical conditions that require physiotherapy include neck pain, sciatica pain, frozen shoulder. Conditions also include sports injuries and patients of cerebral palsy. We also receive patients of neurological conditions and burn patients.
Q.4. How is physiotherapy beneficial for a normal person?
Even if a healthy person comes to us, we advise them to do strengthening exercises and toning exercises if they have weak muscles.
Q.5. How does one cope with physiotherapy treatment?
If you are taking about the importance of physiotherapy treatment, then make sure that you follow the doctor’s precautions. For example, we advise the patient to not use hard and high pillows and maintain a proper neck position. My point is that treatment is just as important as the preventative measures and care advised by the doctor.
If you want to learn more about the treatment of physiotherapy, then watch the full interview. You should also consult a physiotherapist if you have any chronic or acute pain issues.
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