Physiotherapy Definition :
The Delhi Council for the Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy Act, 1997 (Delhi Act No.7 of 1997).
“Physiotherapy” means physiotherapeutic system of medicine which includes examination, treatment, advice and instructions to any person preparatory to or for the purpose of or in connection with movement dysfunction, bodily malfunction, physical disorder, disability, healing and pain from trauma and disease, physical and mental conditions using physical agents including exercise, mobilization, manipulation, mechanical and electrotherapy, activity and devices for diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
Maharashtra State Council for Occupational & Physiotherapy Act, 2002(Mah.II of 2004)
“Physiotherapy” means a branch of modern medical science, which includes examination, assessment, interpretation, physical diagnosis, planning and execution of treatment and advice to any person for the purpose of preventing, correcting, alleviating and limiting dysfunction, acute and chronic bodily malfunction including life saving measures via chest Physiotherapy in the intensive care units, curing physical disorders or disability promoting physical fitness, facilitating healing and pain relief and treatment of physical and psycho-somatic disorders through modulating physiological and physical response using physical agent, activities and devices using exercises, mobilization, manipulations, therapeutic ultra-sound, electrical and thermal agents and electrotherapy for diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
WHAT IS PHYSIOTHERAPY
Physiotherapy is a vital part in Medical Science, that means treatment by Physical Means. It is also a vital part in Hemophilia. After any kind of bleeding like Muscles or Joints it is essential. The main component of this treatment are- Heat, Ultra Sound Therapy (UST), Infra Ray Radiation (IRR), Hydrotherapy, Electrical Energy, Mechanical Energy, Ice Therapy, Trauscutaneous Never Simulator (TENS) etc. .
::. A physiotherapist (or physical therapist) can teach the person with hemophilia special exercises to make his muscles and joints stronger.
.::. A physiotherapist can give advice and treatment to help the person with hemophilia gain full recovery from a bleed.
:: When did a hemophiliac needs Physiotherapy
>> After Muscles / Joint bleed.
>> For natural joint movement.
>> For protection the Muscles / Joints
>> For relief of Severe Pain
Types Of Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy is an effective form of treatment for a wide range of conditions. It can also help to speed recovery after many different types of surgery. Physiotherapists are trained in a range of specialist areas such as children’s health (paediatrics), sports medicine or women’s health.
Generally, the three different types of physiotherapy include:
Musculoskeletal – to treat muscles, bones and joints (also called orthopaedic physiotherapy). Common conditions treated include back pain, sprains, strains, arthritis, bursitis, workplace and sports injuries, problems with posture, incontinence and reduced mobility. Rehabilitation after surgery is also offered.
Cardiothoracic – to treat disorders of the cardio-respiratory system including asthma, emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Rehabilitation after thoracic surgery can also be offered.
Neurological – to treat disorders of the nervous system including acquired head injuries, stroke, spinal cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis. Rehabilitation after brain surgery can also be offered.
A Holistic Approach
A physiotherapist works to improve your mobility and health and to reduce the risk of injuries. In many cases, an injury is caused by a range of factors working together. For example, persistent back pain may be triggered by a combination of poor posture, being overweight, repetitive work-related activities and incorrect technique when playing sport.
The physiotherapist aims to treat the back pain, but also to address the factors that contribute to the cause. This approach aims to lessen the risk of the injury happening again.
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